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CCNY-Schomburg partnership a boon for undergraduate researchers

For decades, City College of New York student researchers have trekked down Hamilton Heights to the famed Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture on 135th St. and Malcolm X Blvd. in search of knowledge.  Now it’s about to get better for students of global black history. A new collaboration between City College and the Schomburg, a research division of The New York Public Library, will help undergraduates hone their   research skills and enrich their access to this treasure trove of more than 11 million items. Read More »
A Christmas Carol in Harlem 2018

“A Christmas Carol in Harlem” at CCNY, Nov. 27-Dec. 8

The Classical Theatre of Harlem and the City College Center for the Arts present “A Christmas Carol in Harlem,” a reimagining of the Charles Dickens’ classic in present day Harlem. The performance—Tuesday, Nov. 27-Dec. 8–takes place in The City College of New York’s Aaron Davis Hall. Read More »
Catherine Seavitt Nordenson, associate professor of landscape architecture, is honored.

Catherine Seavitt Nordenson is honored by fellow landscape architects

Associate Professor Catherine Seavitt Nordenson was honored at the ASLA New York Chapter President’s Dinner in New York City on November 8 as one of three women groundbreakers who have transformed the landscape architecture profession. Read More »
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Grove School duo wins Thornton Tomasetti engineering scholarships

Grove School of Engineering seniors Abraham “Avi” Rubel and Xinbin Xu are the recipients of scholarships from international engineering firm Thornton Tomasetti. The awards were established by the Manhattan-based company in memory of former executives and City College of New York alumni Lee Petrella ’80, and Daniel A. Cuoco ’67. Read More »
Marlene Camacho Rivera, a Herbert W. Nickens Faculty Fellowship recipient

Marlene Camacho-Rivera is a Herbert W. Nickens Faculty Fellowship recipient

Marlene Camacho-Rivera, assistant professor, CUNY School of Medicine at The City College of New York, focuses her research on improving chronic disease self-management in the areas of asthma and cancer within urban minority communities. As a Herbert W. Read More »
Evelyn Buckstein Scholarship recipient Will Fisher

Music major Will Fisher wins Evelyn Buckstein Scholarship

Music major Will Fisher of The City College of New York has played guitar since he was eight-years-old. With dreams of working in the music industry, Fisher chose to enroll in CCNY’s Sonic Arts Center Music and Audio Technology Program to develop his producing and composing skills. As the recipient of the Evelyn Buckstein Scholarship, Fisher will continue to pursue his passion graduating with the Class of 2019. Read More »
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New CCNY Mellon Mays Fellows embark on doctoral path

Fiorella Garrido-Lecca spent part of the summer in her native Peru researching gender-based violence and how women resist it. At UCLA, her fellow City College of New York sociology major in the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, Abraham Arriaga, explored the phenomenon of pet ownership by a subgroup of the homeless population. Read More »
Mini-Medical School to discuss flu prevention

CUNY School of Medicine hosts Mini-Medical School on flu prevention

The CUNY School of Medicine (CSOM) will host its tenth Mini-Medical School on Wednesday, Nov. 14, to discuss how to stay healthy during the flu season. Read More »
MLK50: Let Freedom Ring

CCNY presents MLK50: “Let Freedom Ring,” Nov. 13

The City College of New York’s Division of Humanities and the Arts presents MLK50: Let Freedom Ring. The event, Tuesday, Nov. 13, 7:30 – 9 p.m. in the Marian Anderson Theatre of CCNY’s Aaron Davis Hall, commemorates the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination in April 1968. Read More »
Why No Bhine (Why No Goodbye) cover rendering (art by Bashar Ericsoossi)

Pamela Laskin wins international fiction prize

Pamela Laskin, a lecturer in the English Department at The City College of New York, is one of two winners of Leapfrog Fiction's International Contest for 2018 for her book, Why No Bhine (Why No Goodbye), a young adult novel in verse. The story is told from the point of view of a fourteen-year-old boy who has been left behind in Myanmar when his mother and three of his siblings escaped to Malaysia. Read More »

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