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2014

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City College Students Celebrate MLK Day Through Service

Approximately 40 City College of New York students will gather Monday, January 20, to give back to the community for CityServ's Annual Martin Luther King Day of Service. This year, CityServ has collaborated with FoodBank NYC to create a "Winter Wonderland." Read More »

CCNY Team Models Sudden Thickening of Complex Fluids

Levich Institute simulation of discontinuous shear thickening could lead to improved processing of materials in suspension Read More »

Two CCNY History Students Identify Original Revolution Document

Letter drafted by Robert R. Livingston was part of ‘last-ditch effort’ by Continental Congress to reconcile with Great Britain Read More »

2 CCNY Biomedical Engineers Receive Entrepreneurial Training

Postdoc Zeynep Dereli-Korkut and senior Tanjin Panna selected for ELabNYC bio and health technology mentoring program Read More »

CCNY Black Engineers Chapter, Members Earn Accolades

Wins for best chapter in region, finishes in second for retention at national conference; three members receive individual honors The City College of New York's student chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) celebrated its 30th anniversary on a high note; it was named best chapter at the NSBE Region 1 conference, held November 23 in Hauppauge, N.Y. The recognition follows taking second place for retention programs at the NSBE national convention, held last March in Indianapolis. Read More »

Debra Auguste Chosen for Presidential Early Career Award

Biomedical engineering professor is one of 102 researchers to receive United States’ highest award for early-stage science and engineering professionals Read More »

CCNY Hosts International Cryptography Conference, January 13 - 15

More than 350 experts from academia and private industry from nine countries will participate in the third Real World Cryptography Workshop, January 13 – 15 at The City College Read More »

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