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2014

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Study Unveils New Half-Light Half-Matter Quantum Particles

Prospects of developing computing and communication technologies based on quantum properties of light and matter may have taken a major step forward thanks to research by City College of New York physicists led by Dr. Vinod Menon. Read More »

CCNY Design Program Spawns Afro-Caribbean Superhero

As a child in his native Trinidad, Lenn Hypolite’s young mind was immersed in comic books. He grew up dreaming of creating his own Afro-Caribbean superhero. Read More »

CCNY Black Engineers Sweep Awards at NSBE Regionals

The City College of New York’s student chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers took first place in three categories in addition to scooping the best “Trailblazer Chapter Award” at the NSBE Region 1 Read More »

“Presidential Conversations” Series Continues in 2015

The “Presidential Conversations: Activism, Scholarship, and Engagement,” series at The City College of New York continues in 2015. Read More »

Senior Stephanie Petit-Homme Named Gilman Scholar

Stephanie Petit-Homme, a City College of New York senior with dreams of making a difference globally as a human rights lawyer, has been awarded a 2014 Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for study abroad. The political science and French double major will spend the spring semester at Université Paris VIII in France. Read More »

CCNY Psychologist Links Burnout and Depression

Research by City College of New York psychology ProfessorIrvin Schonfeld in the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership suggests a strong connection between burnout and depression.   Read More »

CCNY Study Brings Novel “Thync” Device Close to Fruition

To test a revolutionary device that has been the buzz of the scientific world in recent weeks, the startup Thync turned to City College of New York biomedical engineering ProfessorMarom Bikson. Read More »

Honors Student Rwanda-Bound to Study Genocide Aftermath

Twenty years after the genocide there claimed more than 800,000 lives, Suprita Datta, a City College of New York undergraduate travels to Rwanda December 26 to study how post-conflict societies develop.  Read More »

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