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CCNY’s Grove School joins $100m NSF-funded wireless revolution

The City College of New York’s Grove School of Engineering is a partner in a $100 million National Science Foundation-funded wireless revolution designed to push mobile technology to the limits. In addition to faster downloads, it could pave the way for surgeons operating remotely on patients, cars that rarely crash, and events that can be vividly experienced from thousands of miles away. Read More »
Amelia Smyth 2018 Watson Fellow

Colin Powell School double major Amelia Smyth wins Watson fellowship

Amelia J. Smyth, a sophomore in The City College of New York’s Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership, is a 2018 Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship winner. Created in 1999, the program provides outstanding undergraduates from 12 New York City colleges with three years of personal, professional and cultural immersions in the United States and abroad. It is supported by the Thomas J. Watson Foundation. Read More »
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Another accolade for CCNY’s Model UN team

Representing Norway in an unprecedented 10 simulated UN committees, The City College of New York’s 12-member delegation earned an Honorable Mention at the 2018 National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference in Manhattan. More than 5,000 university students from some 215 schools around the world participated in the competition, discussing current global issues in a real world context. Read More »
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CCNY’s Grove School hosts Discover Engineering Apr 11

On April 11, more than 60 female high school students from the NYC metro area will attend Discover Engineering, an event hosted by the Grove School of Engineering at the City College of New York. Attendees will be immersed in the world of engineering and the exciting possibilities it offers as a career. Read More »
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New CCNY titles tackle transportation, psychotherapy, “TrumpMania” and more

Books on decision making in transportation investment, mentalization in psychotherapy, “TrumpMania” and the art and craft of PR are some of the new publications by City College of New York faculty and staff. Read More »
Shawn Rickenbacker is director of J. Max Bond Center

Shawn L. Rickenbacker is Director of J. Max Bond Center for Urban Futures

Shawn L. Rickenbacker has been named director of the J. Max Bond Center for Urban Futures, The City College of New York’s research and design center focused on Cities. Rickenbacker’s appointment was announced by City College President Vince Boudreau and Gordon Gebert, Acting Dean, The Bernard and Anne Spitzer School of Architecture. The Bond Center honors the legacy of J. Read More »
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Scholar-activist Vince Boudreau takes the helm at City College

Dignitaries set for Presidential Investiture ceremony, March 29 Read More »
CWE Spain-N.American Historic Links Conference

Global experts at CCNY conference study historic Spain-N. America links

For the fourth consecutive year, more than 100 hundred scholars and researchers from 50 universities around the world, meet at The City College of New York’s Division of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Center for Worker Education to discuss the historical ties between North America and Spain, April 11-13. Read More »
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U.S. News ranks six CCNY graduate programs among the nation’s best

Six master’s programs at The City College of New York are listed among the top in the nation in U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools 2019” rankings released today.   Fine arts, offered by City College’s Division of Humanities and the Arts, ranks in the top 60 nationwide in the survey of more than 2,012 programs by the newspaper.   Read More »
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Tatyana Kleyn’s “Still Living Undocumented” premieres at CCNY, March 20

Continuing her advocacy for undocumented youths, City College of New York education professor Tatyana Kleyn presents her latest co-production, "Still Living Undocumented: Five Years Later." It premieres March 20 at a special screening, 6 – 7:30 p.m. at City College’s Aaron Davis Hall, that includes a panel discussion. Liz Robbins, the New York Times Metro immigration reporter, will moderate the discussion on the documentary produced and directed by Kleyn and shot by independent filmmaker Ben Donnellon. Read More »

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