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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...

Dressing Up and Giving Back

Professor La-Dana Jenkins (Top row, second from right) with Career Planning students. May 20, 2013 What started as a classroom project spread throughout the college. As part of their Serving Learning assignment, students in La-Dana Jenkins’ Career Planning course collected work attire from the BMCC community, which was donated to students and charities. Drop...

The Amazing Life of Worms

BMCC student Tasmia Hoque May 14, 2013 If you think you have nothing in common with worms, think again. One worm in particular, known by its scientific name “Caenorhabditis elegans” or “C. elegans,” has many biological properties in common with humans—it has DNA, develops from an embryo, and possesses a digestive and nervous system....

Thanks All Around

Pat White, Director for Children, youth and Families at The New York Community Trust and BMCC students. May 2, 2013 Thanks to one woman and a community trust, many students at BMCC receive the academic and financial support they need to succeed. Here’s the backstory: In 2008, Pat White, the Program Director for Children,...

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...

President Pérez Meets Lola and Leo

President Pérez reads to students at the Early Childhood Center. April 15, 2013 BMCC’s President Dr. Antonio Pérez recently met with a very captive audience—who happened to be sitting on the floor. BMCC’s youngest students, the pre-schoolers of the Early Childhood Center, were treated to a special visit from President Pérez, who stopped by...

‘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...

Making It New

Instructor Jaime Weida teaches BMCC’s first Queer Literature course, English 346. April 1, 2013 A “queer lit” class starts out like any other. Instructor Jaime Weida writes homework on the board—finish reading The Color Purple, by Alice Walker—along with a reminder of when the students’ midterm essay is due, and dates for spring break....

The Legacy of José Martí

Professor Carmen Leonor Martínez-López presented a conference paper through the José Martí Project of World Solidarity in Havana, Cuba March 8, 2013 In late January of this year, Professor and Deputy Chair of the BMCC business department, Carmen Leonor Martínez-López, presented a paper in The Third International Conference for World Balance. The conference was...

24/7 Emergency Preparedness

February 25, 2013 BMCC recently held a special recognition luncheon in Richard Harris Terrace to honor the college’s new emergency volunteers, including those who assisted last October during Hurricane Sandy. “I marvel at the dedication, especially of those who stayed overnight and worked 24/7 to get our campus back up and running,” said BMCC...