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Reinvent Infrastructure Systems: Professor Hillary Brown

Her new book, ‘Next Generation Infrastructure,’ advocates system-level thinking and holistic approach to replacing aging public works Read More »

First Four President’s Community Scholars Graduate May 30

The first four City College of New York President's Community Scholars will graduate May 30 as members of CCNY's Class of 2014. City College President Lisa S. Read More »

City College 168th Commencement 9 am Friday, May 30

Actress Lillias White, ’78, retail executive Millard Drexler and transportation official Henry Perahia, ’71BME,  ’73MME, to receive honorary degrees The City College of New York's 168th Commencement Exercises take place 9 a.m., Friday, May 30, on the City College campus at135th Street at Convent Avenue, Manhattan.  The College will confer honorary degrees at commencement on: Read More »

11 Teams Win $115K in City College Entrepreneurship Contests

$50,000 Kaylie Prize to GesTone for muscle tone assessment technology Read More »

Mercedes Sosa Biopic Opens TAFFNY Film Festival

Four-day festival, June 2 – 5, led by CCNY’s Division of Interdisciplinary Studies, shares culture, language and stories of the Americas through film Read More »

Latif Jiji Receives CCNY President’s Award for Excellence

50-year member of engineering faculty leads honorees at 2014 faculty recognition ceremony Read More »

CCNY President Salutes College’s S.T.A.R. Performers

City College President Lisa S. Coico presented S.T.A.R. awards (Service, Teamwork, Action and Results) to six administrators, one posthumously, May 7 at the annual President's Staff Appreciation and Service Awards ceremony.  Read More »

7 Grove School Students Win NIST Summer Fellowships

Seven students from The City College of New York's Grove School of Engineering have won 2014 NIST-SURF fellowships for summer research with the  Read More »

$50,000 Kaylie Prize Promotes New Technology Start-ups

The Kaylie Prize for Hardware presents the next generation of technology start-ups. Five City College start-ups are competing for a $50,000 grand prize and a $5,000 audience prize, wi Read More »

Isolating the Circuits that Control Voluntary Movement

Sophie Davis Professor John Martin and colleagues use genetically altered mice to demonstrate role of corticospinal tract Extraordinarily complex networks of circuits that transmit signals from the brain to the spinal cord control voluntary movements. Researchers have been challenged to identify the controlling circuits, but they lacked the tools needed to dissect, at the neural level, the way the brain produces voluntary movements. Read More »

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