Pearson Education, a leading education company, will give Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) a major gift of $200,000 for scholarships. The first round of scholarships will be awarded in April 2002.
BMCC’sInstitute for Business Trends Analysis Finds that
Job Openings Will Exceed Demand through 2008
The restaurant industry is enduring its worse skilled labor crisis in 30 years, according to a report to be released at the end of the this month by the Institute for Business Trends Analysis of the Borough of Manhattan Community...
Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) and Cisco Systems, Inc., the world leader in networking for the Internet, are partnering in a program to bring more residents of upper Manhattan into the information economy.
Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC) has awarded scholarships of $2,500 each per year to seven Chinese American students. The New York City Hall Lions Club Chinese American Scholarship is funded by money raised from that organization's annual gala dinner and fashion show.
Need to buy a textbook? Got a headache or need a shave? Believe it or not, the remedy for nearly everything is in the campus bookstore.
The connection between carnival barkers and Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales may seem tenuous to most people. But Joe Ugoretz sees a multitude of similarities between the two, and his research has earned him a $30,000 award from the National Endowment for the Humanities, one of only five given for faculty study at traditionally black colleges...
A college laboratory might be the last place where you would expect to find a high school student on a Friday after school. But if you dropped by a lab at Borough of Manhattan Community College from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the end of the school week, you'd find plenty of them.
BMCC is holding open houses at the Adam Clayton Powell Office Building on October 22, November 5 and 19, to introduce the Harlem community to its spring semester education programs at Theresa Towers.
BMCCªs Department of Mathematics has been awarded a $280,000 grant from the Department of Education for an innovative program that uses state-of-the-art technology to teach a higher level of analytic skills. A second grant of $470,000 was awarded for a collaborative program aimed at increasing the number of minority students in mathematics.