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Poster presentations serve as culminating showcase event for student research.
Professor K. E. Saavik Ford and engineering science major Ricardo Nunes analyze the light inside active galactic nuclei—and build understanding of black holes.
Pipeline to Success
Five BMCC graduates receive full scholarships to attend NYU through POISE, the Pipeline Opportunities for Inter-College Stem Education Program.
The Inner Fabric of Leadership
BMCC President Antonio Perez publishes “Inner Fabric of Leadership” blog in Huffington Post.
Seven new associate degree programs expand Liberal Arts options alongside STEM, Allied Health and workforce-related majors.
Michael Cruz and Kan Xue will present their summer research projects at the MathFest 2015 in Washington DC.
Advanced Degrees of Student Support
Kokou Doumassi, Lane Glisson and Ashtian Holmes guide students in different ways, and each just earned a master’s degree.
Through the Early College Initiative, a partnership with the NYC Department of Education, CUNY and others, BMCC gives high schoolers an early taste of college.
New program will provide students with the fundamentals of two- and three-dimensional animation, motion graphics and special effects.
Professor Jacqueline Nichols receives the Caribbean American Healthcare Award and conducts research to help nursing graduates find jobs.
Her environmental sculpture is exhibited at the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology in Taiwan
Returning adult student Christopher Long earns his GED and takes on the next chapter at BMCC.
Civil service employees are recognized in a special luncheon for their years of service at BMCC.
Guest speakers share inspirational stories before BMCC Women's Leadership Conference & Retreat weekend
BMCC was the only group of community college students to present research findings at Left Forum conference
BMCC and NYU Co-Sponsor Community Concerts.
Researching the Health Gap
Professor Rachel Torres examines health disparities in underserved groups, and was accepted into the mentoring program of the American Academy of Health Behavior.
A generous friend to BMCC is honored in its 50th commencement ceremony, held in Madison Square Garden.
Jay Lieberman Awarded Presidential Medal
At BMCC’s 50th Commencement, Jay Lieberman, trustee of The Derfner Foundation, receives a special honor.
Over 3,500 graduates are honored in morning and afternoon ceremonies in The Theater at Madison Square Garden