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Kicking Your Career in Gear

October 8, 2013 Most college students juggle work with school, and CUNY students are certainly no exception. As the semester progresses, and the holiday season eases upon us all, local companies are hiring more than ever to get through the holiday rush. And, let’s face it—for BMCC students, earning a little extra money this...

Stars Shine for BMCC

September 30, 2013 A remarkable line-up of talent—internationally renowned songstress Roberta Flack; iconic singer/songwriter Art Garfunkel; jazz trumpeter Lew Soloff of Blood, Sweat and Tears fame, and sensational pianist/songwriter Peter Cincotti—came together in support of BMCC recently, their cameo performances emceed by jazz musician and popular sidekick to David Letterman, Paul Shaffer, who also...

From GED to MD

BMCC alumni Nigel Knox August 14, 2013 “She went back to America; I went back to England”—that’s the start of an inspiring alumni story, one with cinematic potential. Here’s the opening shot: A 16-year-old boy—he recently dropped out of high school—is working on a construction site outside London. Fast forward, and a fetching young...

Just the Facts

Stephen Dougherty, Assistant Dean, Director of Admissions and Student Affairs, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, Addressing BMCC students. July 17, 2013 Liberal Arts major Diva Green wanted to enroll in a specific course at BMCC so badly, she recalls, “I stalked the class online for days until there was an opening, and I immediately...

Appreciation for Art

June 20, 2013 BMCC’s newest building, The Miles and Shirley Fiterman Hall, located at 245 Greenwich Street in Tribeca, houses classes, lounges, a spiral staircase, and now, a spacious art center. On Tuesday, June 16, The Shirley Fiterman Art Center—named in honor of building donor Shirley Fiterman, a lifelong art enthusiast—celebrated its very first...

Adding Coal to the Fire

June 20, 2013 Chaweon (CHA-wun) Koo, one of the five student winners of this year’s English Department Faculty Writing Awards, admits that when she was growing up, her genre of choice, science fiction, “wasn’t cool like it is now.”She was reading "both Sweet Valley High, and science fiction for kids," she says, and was interested in...

CUNY Needs Your Support during City Budget Negotiations

June 10, 2013 TO: The BMCC CommunityFROM: Antonio Pérez, President, BMCCDATE: June 09, 2013RE: CUNY needs your support during City Budget NegotiationsThe City University of New York needs our help in reminding the New York City Council that vital citywide programs benefiting the entire CUNY community were eliminated in the Mayor’s Executive Budget, and these funds...

BMCC Instructor Wins Literacy Recognition Award

BMCC Instructor Lester Lambert receives the Literacy Recognition Award. May 23, 2013 Lester Lambert, one of seven citywide awardees of the Literacy Recognition Award, has taught at BMCC’s Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development since 2003, and worked in adult literacy for over 20 years. Having grown up in Brooklyn, he started his...

Sustainability: Citywide, CUNYwide and in the Classroom

Tria Case, University Director of Sustainability for The City University of New York April 23, 2013 Tria Case, University Director of Sustainability for The City University of New York, was the plenary speaker in BMCC’s recent conference, Sustainability and Technology: New Directions in Teaching and Learning. BMCC Associate Dean of Academic Affairs Michael Gillespie...

‘Birds Float’

April 11, 2013 As any biologist will tell you, “Birds float.” “They’re designed to be light, so they can fly,” says science professor and paleontologist David Krauss. The downside to buoyancy, though—at least from a paleontologist’s point of view—is that birds are less likely to sink to the bottom of a body of water...