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Stephen Meringoff Receives Presidential Medal

Stephen Meringoff June 3, 2015 In the morning ceremony of this year's commencement ceremonies held in The Theater at Madison Square Garden, BMCC President Antonio Pérez presented this year’s Presidential Medal to Stephen J. Meringoff, President of the Meringoff Family Foundation. Since 1978, Stephen Meringoff has navigated the storms of New York City’s real...

BMCC Celebrates Fiftieth Commencement

June 1, 2015 BMCC awarded over 3,500 associate degrees at morning and afternoon commencement ceremonies at The Theatre in Madison Square Garden on May 29. Senior VP and Provost of Academic Affairs Karrin Wilks served as mace-bearer, leading a procession of faculty, administrators, staff and honor students to gather on the dais. Family and...

BMCC Students Tackle Spring Job Fair

April 13, 2015 Science major Kristoff Joseph Russell was fully prepared when he made his way to the Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY career fair at the school’s gym March 18. Russell, who eventually wants a career in physical therapy had gone and met with BMCC Center for Career Development counselors a few days...

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...

BMCC Freshman Learning Academy Wins New Grant

January 7, 2015 The Borough of Manhattan Community College’s Freshman Learning Academy, or FLA, has won a $115,000 grant from The New York Community Trust, or NYCT. It’s the third grant the New York City non-profit foundation has awarded BMCC’s three-year-old Learning Academy. The latest gift will allow the intensive “hands-on approach” program to...

Making Change, One Poster at a Time

BMCC students and (center) John Jay College President Jeremy Travis and BMCC Criminal Justice Professor Yolanda Martin December 11, 2014 For the first time in its 7-year history, the First Year Student Showcase at John Jay College featured research posters by community college students. “I want to offer a special welcome to our friends...

“Today Is About You”

June 3, 2014 BMCC’s 49th Commencement Ceremony honoring over 3,200 graduates was held Friday, May 30, 2014 in The Theater at Madison Square Garden. Members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, identified by their yellow sashes, led the processional and were followed by students representing over 30 majors; a steady stream of blue...

Onward, Upward!

Right, Second row from bottom: BMCC student Carmen Miranda climbs Mount Kilimanjaro. April 8, 2014 BMCC students face many challenges, but few can say they faced the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania.In fact so far, there’s just one: Human Services major Carmen Miranda, who hiked Africa’s tallest mountain with the same perseverance...

Why Care About Obamacare?

March 20, 2014 BMCC Business major Subas Dhunten remembers what it was like not to have healthcare insurance. “I’d had no coverage since 2010, and when I got sick and wound up in the hospital, it cost me a lot of money,” he says. “It was very bad.” Dhunten’s situation has improved dramatically of...

Defying Limits

BMCC Alumni Natalia Sorokina and Nechama Gluck October 31, 2013 Alumni Natalia Sorokina and Nechama Gluck were among the first communication studies majors at BMCC, where they met and became friends.  Now, Sorokina is enrolled at Columbia University, and Gluck is at New York University (NYU)—both having earned generous merit scholarships to attend the...