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City College undergrads star at national biomed research conference

Six students from The City College of New York were winners at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Phoenix, Arizona. The undergraduates from the Division of Science, the CUNY Medical School at CCNY, the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership and the Grove School of Engineering excelled in both poster and oral presentations. Read More »

Veterans Day Ceremony

MEDIA ADVISORY     WHAT:City College of New York (CCNY), considered a top ten military friendly school, will acknowledge the men and women of the college community who have served WHO:Christopher Gorman, Director of Veteran AffairsDr. Vincent Boudreau, Interim President, CCNYStudent, Faculty and Staff Veterans  WHERE:The City College of New YorkNAC Plaza (outdoors)Convent Avenue and 138th Street Read More »
Chem-E-Car 2017 finals team

CCNY’s “Sulfurious” bags international Chem-E-Car award

Team CCNY, comprising undergraduates from The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering, is the 2017 AIChE Chem-E-Car finals’ Spirit of Competition Award winner for the third year running. In addition, “Sulfurious,” the CCNY entry, placed 11th out of 41 domestic and international qualifiers in the competition in Minneapolis.   Read More »
Mini-Medical School Diet Health Activity

Large crowd expected at next CCNY Mini-Medical School session

The Harlem community spoke and the CUNY School of Medicine at The City College of New York listened. Community members were asked if they’d like free health information sessions on topics of their choosing and the answer was a resounding YES! Thus the Mini-Medical school was born. Read More »
CCNY's 2017 Stanford Innovation Fellows

Stanford selects CCNY quartet for global fellowship program

There’s no question that generations of university students want to change the world, starting with where they are. But how? Four undergraduates from The City College of New York are among 229 students from 10 countries named 2017 University Innovation Fellows by Stanford University’s Hasso Plattner Institute of Design. The program empowers students to become agents of change at their schools. Read More »
Dr. Patricia Broderick Medical Professor Inventor of THE BRODERICK PROBE

Patricia Broderick aka “the dynamite stick” on CUTV News Radio

They call Patricia Broderick the “dynamite stick” because nothing stops her. She is the first person to marry the brain with sensors and has invented, patented and trademarked a revolutionary technology, THE BRODERICK PROBE® that some medical doctors say will change the face of science and medicine. Read More »
Bill Ritter

WABC-TV anchors, seven distinguished alumni, receive CCNY honors

 Eyewitness News co-anchors Bill Ritter and Sade Baderinwa are this year’s John H. Finley Award recipients. The award is given out by the Alumni Association of The City College of New York for exemplary and dedicated service to the City of New York. Read More »
Jeff Morris_Rosemarie Wesson_Grove School_faculty

Grove School’s Jeffrey Morris, Rosemarie Wesson earn AIChE honors

Jeffrey Morris, Professor of Chemical Engineering in The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering is the AIChE 2017 Shell Thomas Baron Award recipient. He received the award today at the organization’s annual meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he delivered the award’s eponymous lecture. His talk was entitled: “Exploring Complex Colloidal Dispersions by Simulation.” Read More »
NSF Puerto Rico Grant

NSF RAPID grant boosts CCNY’s Caribbean storm study

Even before Hurricanes Irma and Maria ravaged the Caribbean recently, experts at The City College of New York were gaining insight into how storms develop and intensify in the region. A $174,895 grant from the National Science Foundation promises to boost this research.The one-year funding to a team of NOAA CREST researchers in the Grove School of Engineering is entitled “RAPID: Impacts of Post-Hurricane Land-Atmosphere Interactions on Convective and Precipitation Processes in the Caribbean Region.” Read More »
Ariel Miara, doctoral candidate and research associate at the Environmental Sciences Initiative

CCNY study reveals power supply might not be as vulnerable to climate change as we thought

Here’s a bit of surprising news. A closer look at how climate change could impact our power supply shows that America’s infrastructure might be more adaptable than scientists anticipated. Read More »

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