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Saluting Women

The Students in Service to Women Recognition Award, sponsored by the Women's Resource Center Council, is presented to nine recipients. April 8, 2015 The first annual Students in Service to Women Recognition Award was presented to each of nine recipients March 30 in Richard Harris Terrace, on the main campus of Borough of Manhattan...

BMCC Students Do The Robot

BMCC students learning how to build a winning robot. March 12, 2015 Sitting on the back of a plain brown table at the back of a BMCC lab sits an 8” x 12” plastic board covered by a cluster of wires. At first glance, the odd looking object looks like a stripped down two...

Random Research

BMCC math professor David Allen and his team create an algorithm to generate randomness, and push the limits of encryption. February 27, 2015 “It’s pretty hard to generate sequences of numbers that have any degree of randomness,” says BMCC math professor David Allen. “They’re expensive to create, and very hard to maintain.” This begs...

Changing Careers Mid-Life

Nancy Waltzer and Clinton Gadson training for Medical Assistant Specialist certification. January 20, 2015 Nancy Waltzer earned a bachelor’s degree in education at SUNY Stonybrook, then a paralegal degree at Adelphi University. Well educated and good at what she does, she nonetheless found herself unemployed at midlife, and looking for a new career. “I...

BMCC Exploring Affordable Textbook Alternatives

December 12, 2014 A recent highly interactive forum at Borough of Manhattan Community College’s Hudson Room highlighted an ongoing campus-wide conversation about the impact high-priced textbooks have on student learning. It also helped participants understand more affordable alternatives such as Open Educational Resources, or OER. OER are learning materials that are available at no...

Seeing the Light

BMCC Alumni Pierre Bouz November 24, 2014 The youngest of ten children, Pierre Bouzi grew up in Jacmel, Haiti. After graduating from high school, he moved to the Bronx, New York, to live with his sister. “Creole is my first language, French is my second language and English my third,” he says. “I came...

A Veteran-Friendly College

BMCC Veterans Service Specialist, Wilfred Cotto with his staff. October 16, 2014 There are some 4,500 senior and community colleges in the U.S., and while many offer a high-quality education, only a fraction are geared to the specific needs of student veterans. Within that small elite, BMCC is ranked among the best of the...

76 Recruiters—No Waiting

October 1, 2014 Searching for a job can be a tough job in itself—especially for students with heavy course loads, outside responsibilities and not a lot of free time. For them, BMCC’s twice-yearly Career Fair is a godsend: It makes looking for a job easy. Resumes in hand, more than 600 students in business...

Making an Impact

BMCC's new Kaplan scholar, Chadrick Frederick August 27, 2014 “There are only two colleges on St. Lucia, and one is a medical college,” says accounting major Chadrick Frederick, explaining why he left his Caribbean home and enrolled at BMCC. “I used to go to New York City for vacations and to visit family,” he...

Are We Safe? Depends on Who You Ask.

Left to right: Michele Andre, Atheena Fraser and Gabrielle Giordano June 23, 2014 Recently, a group of BMCC students conducted on-the-street interviews as part of their research project, “Fear of Crime and Drugs in my Neighborhood” led by Professor Yolanda Martin, Coordinator of the BMCC Criminal Justice program. Administering a survey to people in...