BMCC News

Featured Story: Finding the Right Path

Alumna Alexa Pomales goes from student teacher to assistant director at Rockefeller University’s Child and Family Center.

    • May 15, 2013

      The Movement of a Scholar

      Tabitha Rinko-Gay, a former dancer with the New York City Ballet, is the 2013 Valedictorian.
    • May 14, 2013

      The Amazing Life of Worms

      Science Professor Jun Liang Rice and her student Tasmia Hoque research pond worms’ response to stress, unlocking secrets to human longevity.
    • May 7, 2013

      A Mystery Unscrambled

      BMCC science professors Lalitha Jayant and Christine Prian lead students in research involving sea urchin eggs.
    • May 3, 2013

      Celebrating Our Fiftieth

      BMCC marks its 50th anniversary with a lavish party at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE Euronext), and an unprecedented total in funds raised.

    • May 2, 2013

      Thanks All Around

      A special luncheon honored Pat White of The New York Community Trust, which helped implement the Freshman Learning Academy.
    • April 23, 2013

      Sustainability: Citywide, CUNYwide and in the Classroom

      BMCC’s recent Technology Day focused on sustainability, from CUNY’s solar energy team, to BMCC classroom technologies.
    • April 18, 2013

      Performing on a Global Stage

      A renowned South African actor share stories and insights with BMCC students.
    • April 16, 2013

      Certified Medical Assistants Start Here.

      BMCC’s Center for Continuing Education adds medical assistant training to its certification programs.
    • April 15, 2013

      President Pérez Meets Lola and Leo

      President Pérez reads to students at the Early Childhood Center.
    • April 12, 2013

      CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein to Step Down This Summer

      Dr. Goldstein stated: “Serving this exceptional university alongside so many extraordinary colleagues has been the greatest privilege of my professional life."
    • April 11, 2013

      Get To Work

      This semester’s annual Career Fair encouraged students to utilize resume sites like LinkedIn.

    • April 11, 2013

      'Birds Float'

      A scarcity of bird fossils prompts an honor’s project for science major Ellen Gales.
    • April 4, 2013

      VITA's Volunteers

      BMCC accounting students volunteer their time and taxation services at the Food Bank for New York City.
    • April 1, 2013

      Making It New

      Instructor Jaime Weida teaches BMCC’s first Queer Literature course, English 346.
    • March 28, 2013

      Die Free, A Family’s Legacy

      NY1 news anchor Cheryl Wills shares the story of discovering her ancestor, a former slave who fought in the Civil War.
    • March 27, 2013

      FAFSA Fun

      Using a Hollywood theme, the Office of Financial Aid made the FAFSA process an interactive, enjoyable experience for students.
    • March 22, 2013

      Megan and the Mayans

      Professor Megan O’Neil, and her fellow Mayan art researchers, were honored with an Alfred H. Barr award from the College Art Association.
    • March 21, 2013

      The Importance of Wondering

      Professor Matthew Ally leads students in an interdisciplinary exploration of the nature of consciousness.

    • March 18, 2013

      On the Line

      BMCC students employed at CUNY 311 enjoy a flexible schedule, the proximity to campus—and helping other New Yorkers.
    • March 14, 2013

      Star Performers

      Professors Ford and McKernan are named Kavli Scholars.

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