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2014

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Five CCNY Students, Alum, Awarded U.S. Geological Survey Internships

Elizama Pons-Montalvo, a geology major at The City College of New York, is working this summer at the U.S. Geological Survey(USGS) Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center in Woods Hole, Mass. Read More »

CCNY Hosts American Advertising Federation AdCamp for Second Year

AdCamp, an exclusive program established by the American Advertising Federation (AAF) to introduce high school students of diverse backgrounds to advertising and communications professions, returns to The City Read More »

City College Campaign Tops $500 Million

A year ahead of its target date, The Campaign for The City College of New York has raised more than half a billion dollars, President Lisa S. Coico announced Tuesday night. Read More »

Americas Film Festival of New York Debut ‘Huge Success’

Inaugural season for City College CWE cultural project draws 600 participants for four days of screenings, panels and events Close to 600 people attended the inaugural Americas Film Festival of New York (TAFFNY). The four-day festival, June 2 – 5, presented feature-length and short films from 10 countries in the Western Hemisphere plus panels and other events. The event was a cultural project of The City College of New York’s Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education (CWE). Read More »

Unmet Dental Care Needs Prevalent Among Older Adults

Nearly half needing to see a dentist don’t go due to financial, transportation or support network issues, study led by Sophie Davis professor finds Read More »

Lance Brown’s Urban Design Book Revised, Re-Released

Spitzer School professor and co-author see design as tool to manage demographic, economic and climatic changes Read More »

National Jazz Museum Honors CCNY, President Coico

City College of New York President Lisa S. Read More »

Colin Powell School Marks Psychology Dept.’s 75th Anniversary

June 5 symposium explores how social messages impact understanding of ourselves and others Read More »

Rajan Menon Named Carnegie Council Global Ethics Scholar

Joins network of academicians from 15 countries on six continents supported by a platform of interactive multimedia resources Read More »

New Courses at City College in Bengali Gain Popularity

Bengali is spoken by more than a quarter billion people mainly in Bangladesh and the West Bengal region of India. At The City College of New York, not only is it the fourth most popular native language among students – behind English, Spanish and Chinese – but; undergraduates can now take a year of Bengali to fulfill their language requirement. Read More »

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