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Featured Story: BMCC Experts Address Coronavirus Vaccine Hesitancy With Historical Context and Facts

BMCC professors address concerns students, faculty and staff may still have about getting the Covid-19 vaccine.

June 10, 2021Ten BMCC Graduates Earn NYU Scholarships Through BMCC Pipeline Programs

BMCC students in POISE and GUIDE programs gain access to academic resources, mentors and scholarships at NYU.

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June 4, 2021BMCC Celebrates “Resilient and Fabulous” Class of 2021 in Virtual 56th Commencement

More than 4,600 graduates receive Associate in Arts, Associate in Science and Associate in Applied Science degrees.

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June 3, 2021At Nursing Pinning Ceremony, History-Making Alumna Sandra Lindsay Encourages Graduates to Get Coronavirus Vaccine

Lindsay is the first person in the United States to have received the coronavirus vaccine.

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June 1, 2021Alumna Sandra Lindsay, First to Receive Covid Vaccination, Is BMCC’s 2021 President’s Medal Honoree

Lindsay builds vaccine awareness in underserved communities.

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May 27, 2021Distinguished Teaching Award Winners Engage and Inspire Students Despite Pandemic

Despite the pandemic, BMCC faculty rose to the occasion and used the moment to innovate, engage and inspire students.

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May 27, 2021BMCC Graduates Take the Next Step With Select Transfer Opportunities

BMCC shows students a path to the next chapter in their academic journey.

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May 14, 2021“Interventions,” a Shirley Fiterman Art Center Exhibition in Partnership with the Battery Park City Authority, Opens June 3

Work by renowned artists Mildred Howard and Ned Smyth will be displayed both in the SFAC and nearby Battery Park.

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May 13, 2021BMCC Student Team Among 12 Finalists for AACC/NSF Community College Innovation Challenge

Team led by Professor Mohammad Azhar is developing Virtual Reality applications for autistic children.

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May 13, 2021BMCC Students Abdoul-hanane Gbadamassi and Altrim Mamuti Named 2021 Jack Kent Cooke Scholars

Students among 72 scholars nationwide and three at CUNY.

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April 29, 2021Three Faculty Researchers Named 2021 Andrew W. Mellon/ACLS Fellows for Groundbreaking Humanities Research

Professors Sophie Maríñez, Ángeles Donoso Macaya and Marci Littlefield are among 28 faculty selected nationwide.

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April 29, 2021BMCC Names Fine Arts Scholar and Photographer Fernanda Carvalho Santos as 2021 Valedictorian

Dean’s Award Recipient is SGA President and Writing and Literature major Josiah Ramesar.

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April 27, 2021BMCC Experts Address Coronavirus Vaccine Hesitancy With Historical Context and Facts

BMCC professors address concerns students, faculty and staff may still have about getting the Covid-19 vaccine.

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April 22, 2021Professor Nkechi Agwu One of 64 Notable Mathematicians Featured by Association for Women in Mathematics

National association honors Dr. Agwu for her dedication to ethnomathematics and student success.

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April 22, 2021Women’s Soccer Player Fatou Gibba Named CUNYAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year

BMCC criminal justice major who excels on the field and classroom plans to be pro-athlete and FBI agent

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April 14, 2021New Academic Department, Ethnic and Race Studies, Empowers Students to be Change Agents in a Multi-Ethnic Society

Students take part in interdisciplinary courses and earn an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree in Ethnic Studies.

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April 8, 2021BMCC Economics Graduate Lands Semester in DC Fellowship

Economics alumnus moved to NYC from Jamaica in 2015 and will intern at the Federal Reserve this summer

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April 7, 2021Three BMCC Students Selected as FEA Study Abroad Scholars

Psychology major Amanda Amezquita, Nursing major Dominique Talley and Criminal Justice major Kimberly Vega among 91 scholars.

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April 7, 202132nd Annual Asian Heritage Month Will “Enlighten, Engage and Entertain”

Film screenings, a poetry contest and dumpling-making competition are among events presented through April 30.

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March 31, 2021BMCC Panel Highlights Critical Need for Social Workers in Education and Public Service

Panelists emphasize the important role social workers play in helping individuals, families and communities reach their full potential.

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March 18, 2021Town Hall Webinars Provide Updates and Invite Feedback on Fall 2021 Campus Re-Opening Plan

Two virtual events; one for faculty and staff, and one for students, reviewed safety measures such as UV technology to sanitize surfaces.

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