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Professor Pilar Newton plays around with a Pixar prop - a bright yellow ball

What I did this summer: the Pixar Story Summit

Summer is ending. But the fun continues for Pilar Newton, an Adjunct Professor who teaches 2D animation in Electronic Design and Multimedia. Newton was one of two City College faculty members who got to spend a few days in her happy place – Pixar Animation Studios. And now she gets to bring what she learned into the classroom. Read More »
The 2018 4th Biennial Latina Researchers Conference "Collective Actions Towards Healing and Change" from August 23-25 at John Jay College. Alumnus Kevin Uribe, a BS/MS program in Biology major, is presenting his research at the conference.

Latina Researchers Network increases pipeline for future scholars

The City College of New York’s Kaliris Y. Salas-Ramirez, assistant medical professor of the Sophie Davis Program of Biomedical Sciences at the CUNY School of Medicine, is helping bring together undergraduate and senior researchers interested in enhancing the voice of Latinos for the 2018 Biennial Latina Researchers Network Conference, August 23-25. This year’s conference is titled “Collective Actions Towards Healing and Change” and will be held at John Jay College. Read More »
Percy Sutton 5k Walk and Run 2017

CCNY participates in historic Harlem’s Percy Sutton 5K run and walk

The City College of New York, in conjunction with the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce, Harlem Week 2018 and the New York Road Runners (NYRR), are gearing up for the annual Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run and the Harlem Health Walk on Saturday, August 25. CCNY President Vince Boudreau along with students, faculty, staff and alumni will run and walk through historic Harlem in recognition of the community. Read More »
Undergrads at a variety of colleges who were student fellows in the B3 Research Experience for Undergraduates program at CCNY

A rare chance for undergrads to “do” science instead of just study it: B3 REU

This summer, ten pre-med and science majors (four of them from The City College of New York) got out of the lecture hall and into the lab to get hands-on with science. Read More »
Princeton Review Best Colleges August 2018

CCNY makes Princeton Review’s Best Colleges list for seventh year

For the seventh consecutive year, The City College of New York is listed among the top institutions in the nation by The Princeton Review®.  CCNY features in the Review’s 2019 “The Best 384 Colleges” guide (Penguin Random House / Princeton Review Books, $24.99, Aug. 7, 2018) available today. Read More »
Tuskegee Airman Esteban Hotesse

CCNY-based CUNY DSI, Adriano Espaillat, celebrate Tuskegee Airman Esteban Hotesse

Coming after the remains of a City College of New York student turned Tuskegee Airman lost in 1944 were finally discovered in Europe, CCNY pays homage to another deceased member of World War II’s famed squadron. On August 23, CCNY’s CUNY Dominican Studies Institute and U.S. Rep. Read More »
Professor Mitchell B. Schaffler

$3.2M NIH grant for Grove School’s Mitchell Schaffler

Distinguished Professor Mitchell B. Schaffler, chair and Wallace H. Coulter Professor of Biomedical Engineering at The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering, is awarded a five-year, $3.2 million grant from the National Institute of Arthritis, Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, which is part of the National Institutes of Health. Read More »
ICUC 10 organized by CCNY NOAA CREST

City College hosts largest urban climate conference

The City College of New York is host to the 10th International Conference on Urban Climate (ICUC10). This is the premier meeting on the field urban climate and weather, and it marks the first time in its 30-years of history that will be held in U.S. when it comes to CCNY’s campus August 6 through 10.    Read More »
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Grove School’s Gilda Barabino earns second national award this summer

The National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers presents its 2018 Dr. Joseph N. Cannon Award for Excellence in Chemical Engineering to Gilda A. Barabino, dean of The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering this fall. The award recognizes her excellent achievements in chemical engineering. Read More »
Robert Messinger

$450K grant to CCNY’s Robert Messinger to avert Fukushima-style nuclear disaster

The likelihood of a Fukushima-type nuclear meltdown in the United States could soon be radically reduced, thanks to a new nuclear safety program in development at The City College of New York by chemical engineer Robert J. Messinger. He’s the recipient of a $449,998 Faculty Development Grant from the U.S. Read More »


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