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CCNY-based CUNY DSI fights gentrification in NYC

The latest study by the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute at The City College of New York on the effects of gentrification proposes new public policies to stop the displacement of Dominicans and other working class groups in Washington Heights and Inwood.  Read More »
Writing professor Salar Abdoh is included in MoMA retrospective of his brother's theatre work

CCNY English Professor Abdoh included in MoMA PS1 retrospective

The Museum of Modern Art’s PS1 location in Queens is host to a major retrospective of the work of the late Iranian-American theatre director/playwright Reza Abdoh, and includes the work of his brother, City College of New York writing professor Salar Abdoh. Read More »
Irina Carlota (Lotti) Silber

More accolades for CCNY authors, Irina Silber & Hidetaka Hirota

Anthropologist Irina Carlota (Lotti) Silber of The City College of New York’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership is the El Salvador-based UCA Editores’ “Author of the Month." The accolade is for the recent publication of the Spanish-language edition of her award-winning book “Ev Read More »
Grove School’s Dean Barabino receives presidential award for STEM mentors

Grove School’s Dean Barabino receives presidential award for STEM mentors

The City College of New York’s Gilda Barabino, dean and Berg professor at the Grove School of Engineering, is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring. The award, presented by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy with the National Science Foundation, recognizes excellence in STEM teaching and mentoring. Read More »
Hao Su

Exoskeleton designed by CCNY & partners vies for $4M mobility challenge prize

Buoyed by a $50,000 prize victory in the first round, a City College of New York-led team is forging ahead in its development of an Iron Man-like smart exoskeleton to overcome lower-limb paralysis in the $4 million Mobility Unlimited Challenge. Read More »
CUNY Service Corps-PR students 2018

CCNY CUNY Service Corp students travel to Puerto Rico for relief effort

Twenty-eight students from The City College of New York are journeying to Puerto Rico this summer as part of the CUNY Service Corps-Puerto Rico initiative. The initiative is in partnership with Governor Andrew Cuomo’s the NY Stands with Puerto Rico Recovery and Rebuilding Effort. Read More »
Elizabeth Biddinger

DOE Early Career Award for Elizabeth Biddinger’s CCNY biomass research

Elizabeth J. Biddinger, assistant professor of chemical engineering in The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering, is one of 84 recipients nationwide of U.S. Department of Energy Early Career Awards announced today. She’ll receive $750,000 over five years for her research in the emerging field of biomass electroreduction. Read More »
Gino Del Ferraro Influential Nodes Research

Rare in-vivo study by CCNY-led team shows weak brain nodes have strong influence on memory network

Our ability to learn, remember, problem solve, and speak are all cognitive functions related to different parts of our brain. If researchers can identify how those brain parts communicate and exchange information with each other, clinicians and surgeons can better understand how diseases like Alzheimer’s and brain cancer affect those cognitive functions. Read More »
CCNY Journalism Students Love City New York Times

CCNY students get a lesson in love and journalism from the New York Times

On a rainy Saturday in May, ten journalism students from the City College of New York fanned out across the five boroughs – from Clinton Hill to Riker’s Island, Bronx Center to the Flatiron – and beyond. Their mission: to help create Love City, a special issue of The New York Times Magazine dedicated to love in New York City. Read More »

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