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Harlem Children's Theatre Festival

Harlem Children’s Theatre Festival at CCNY on May 5

The Harlem Children’s Theatre Festival adapts three new plays from myths and fairytales on Saturday, May 5 at The City College of New York’s Aaron Davis Hall. The School of Education’s Graduate Program in Educational Theatre presents the annual festival, which takes place from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Read More »
Dr. Viral V. Acharya

The Edward I. Altman Lecture Series in Financial Economics at CCNY, April 30

President Vince Boudreau, The City College Fund & The 21st Century Foundation invite you to The Edward I. Altman Lecture Series in Financial Economics on Monday, April 30 at 1:30p.m. in Shepard Hall, Room 350. Guest speaker Dr. Viral V. Acharya’s talk is entitled “Global Spillovers: Managing Capital Flows and Forex Reserves.” Read More »
Jared Heron and Anton_Pavlov_Stanford_fellows_2018

Five CCNY undergrads Stanford-bound for research this summer

Native American relations with the government, Jane Austen’s work from a queer theoretical approach and a study of philosopher Edmund Husserl are among the research topics by the sixth cohort of City College of New York summer interns to Stanford. Five students from the Division of Humanities and the Arts are the latest participants in the eight-week CCNY-Stanford Summer Research Program that runs from mid-June to mid-August at Stanford University. Read More »
CEO Action x CCNY Event

City College joins CEO Action to advance diversity and inclusion

CCNY x CEO Action raise awareness of unconscious bias in workplace and on college campuses Read More »
Dorthe Eisele NSF Early CAREER Award

CCNY’s Dorthe Eisele wins NSF Early CAREER Award

Dorthe M. Eisele, assistant professor in The City College of New York’s Division of Science and Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is the winner of a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (NSF CAREER) Award. Read More »
CCNY Graduate Jazz Ensemble

CCNY jazz ensemble debuts on WBGO88.3 FM

Of the handful of all-jazz radio stations still around, Newark-based WBGO88.3 FM is hailed in the industry as the pre-eminent home of the genre. And for the rest of the month, WBGO showcases The City College of New York Graduate Jazz Ensemble as part of its Jazz Appreciation Month.  Under the direction of renowned saxophonist and band leader Steve Wilson, the ensemble was invited to make its debut on the famed station operated by Newark Public Radio. Read More »
Space-bound fruit fly cultures in a vented fly box

City College-bred fruit flies, parasites, in space odyssey

Hurtling around Earth, at 17,500 mph some 248 miles in space, is a small swarm of City College of New York-bred fruit flies and their parasitic wasps. The insects, from biologist Shubha Govind’s lab, are part of an experiment on the International Space Station (ISS) whose outcome could be beneficial to astronauts on exploration missions. Read More »
Sitarist Ravi Shankar performing

Concert for Ravi Shankar at CCNY, April 24

CCNY Libraries presents The Concert for Ravi Shankar on Tuesday, April 24 at 2:30 p.m at The City College of New York. The concert, to be held in Shepard Hall, Room 95, celebrates the life and work of iconic sitarist Ravi Shankar. Read More »
Forbes Best Value Colleges 2018

CCNY makes list of Forbes’ 2018 best value colleges in America

Looking for a school where your educational investment is likely to reward you with a healthy return and ensure opportunities for social mobility? Then include The City College of New York among your options, according to Forbes. It lists CCNY among America's Best Value Colleges for 2018. Read More »
Black Girls CODE

Black Girls CODE a brighter future at CCNY

This Saturday, April 21st, a new generation of innovators will visit the Grove School of Engineering at The City College of New York. Fifty girls aged 14-17 from NYC high schools will take part in a Black Girls CODE Product Design Workshop with Reaktor and learn how they could become builders and engineers of technological innovation and their own futures. Read More »


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