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The Students in Service to Women Recognition Award, sponsored by the Women’s Resource Center Council, is presented to nine recipients.
BMCC’s Out-in-Two program honors the Spring 2015 cohort and thanks the Meringoff Family Foundation and Derfner Foundation for new support.
BMCC President tells audience college is at critical juncture in its 50-year history.
The Seventh Annual St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon raises funds for the BMCC Student Emergency Fund.
The Late Child Arrives
BMCC alumni James Romberger and Marguerite Van Cook release a new graphic novel: The Late Child and Other Animals.
BMCC's Winning Season
Men's basketball champs bring new distinction to BMCC athletic program
Emilio Gonzalez takes part in scientific research as part of the LSAMP program.
English Professor Jami Carlacio leads her students on a research project for African American Heritage Month.
BMCC Students Do The Robot
BMCC students learning how to build a winning robot.
A Forum on Inequality
BMCC’s first Inequality Forum presented a faculty panel discussion and keynote speaker Dr. Richard Benjamin, author of Whitopia: An Improbable Journey to the Heart of White America.
BMCC program is unique in higher education because a portion of the fellow’s recommendation gets embedded in the strategic planning at the college.
BMCC math professor David Allen and his team create an algorithm to generate randomness, and push the limits of encryption.
Faculty Artists Share Their Vision
BMCC’s talented faculty artists showcase recent work in a new exhibit, At This Moment, in the Shirley Fiterman Art Center.
There’s no doubt the dynamic BMCC/CUNY Fitterman Arts Center is establishing itself as a destination spot for visitors and a resource for students.
BMCCC Mens Basketball team heading to Region XV Quarterfinals on Feburary 27 at Suffolk County Community College
Professor Michael McGee explains why sex education impacts on student academic success and healthier relationships.
At leaast one quarter of CUNY community college funding comes from the state. And, it’s the state that sets many of the rules and procedures schools such as BMCC must follow.
Making Struggle Productive
A new math class at BMCC blends algebra and quantitative literacy, with promising results.
BMCC Encourages Cycling to School
BMCC encourages students, faculty and staff to ride a bike to school with ample bike parking infrastructure.
Changing Careers Mid-Life
BMCC students train for Medical Assistant Specialist certification, as part of an AARP initiative.