Sociology 200 probes the societal impact of everything from immigration reform to same-sex marriage.
BMCC helps ex-military personnel make the most of their college experience — and the transition to academic life.
It’s not just about grades, says Sussie Gyamfi.
A generous $50,000 grant for continuing education will enable more students to pursue allied health and information technology certifications.
Chancellor Goldstein provides a summary of the impact on The City University of New York, as well as some insight as to the broader implications of this agreement.
BMCC and AARP help displaced workers over 40 find their way back to employment.
BMCC’s STEP program helps a Stuyvesant High School student search for an answer.
A thought-provoking ethnic studies class, “The Black Man in Contemporary Society,” focuses on the African diaspora, and the dynamic past and present role of Black men in America.
BMCC receives NAFSA Spotlight Award in International Education.
Student Amy Cusma wins CLASP (CUNY League of Active Speech Professors) speech award.