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Professor Charles McGill wins $25,000 Painters & Sculptors grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation, and makes politically charged art from dismantled golf bags.
BMCC was one of three CUNY community colleges chosen to receive the PRIME project funds from the Teagle Foundation.
BMCC Professor Lisa Rose is conducting research that explores the obstacles faced by students who have criminal backgrounds.
Tomer Zilkha is chef-proprietor of Patisserie Florentine in New Jersey.
BMCC Criminal Justice Major Kenneth Coar was named NJCAA Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for November 16-22, 2015.
KANOPY database includes feature films, documentaries and educational videos.
Together, BMCC and Per Scholas provide training in computer network technology, as well as employment coaching.
A heartfelt tribute and celebration of the music of Laura Nyro, one of the greatest pop songwriters of the 20th century.
A reception in the Shirley Fiterman Art Center celebrates student veterans and supporters of the college.
Herbert Rosenfield, founding member of the BMCC Foundation Board of Directors, has made an impact at BMCC for more than 30 years.
Six BMCC students were named 2015 CUNYAC men's soccer All-Stars.
Solving the Mystery of Neutrinos
BMCC Professor Chiaki Yanagisawa is part of the neutrino research team led by Takaaki Kajita, co-winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize for Physics.
BMCC is one of 13 minority institutions nationwide to receive part of the DOE's total $3 million in funds allocated through the Minority Science and Engineering Improvement program.
Pacode has started in each of the 11 games he played for the Panthers this season.
BMCC celebrated Italian Heritage month with live music, special lectures and food.
The Legacy of Giving
The College launches the BMCC Legacy Society, and honors its members who have made a provision for the College in their estate plans.
Ten BMCC students enter transfer program to continue their STEM studies at NYU.
Season begins with The Berenstain Bears LIVE! in Family Matters, The Musical.
BMCC Kicks off LGBTQ Pride Month
A month of panels, movies, workshops and other events begins with a luncheon and talk by activist Reina Gossett.
BMCC Honors 4.0 Achievers
BMCC recognizes more than 200 students who earn perfect 4.0 GPA.