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David A. Caicedo

David A. Caicedo received his Ph.D. in Social-Personality Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center, an M.A. in General Psychology (Pre-Clinical Concentration) from Adelphi University, and a B.A. in Psychology from St. John’s University. Prof. Caicedo’s research centers on the Latino/a experience in the U.S., including Latino/a demographic patterns in the Tri-State area. His dissertation work focused on the psycholinguistics of...

Free Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training: January 2019 classes

The BMCC Public Safety Department will be offering a series of a one-day training courses on Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation/ Automated External Defibrillation and First Aid on the following dates in September. All classes will take place in room F-207, 245 Greenwich St, Fiterman Hall. Please email publicsafetytraining@bmcc.cuny.edu with your choice of which day you would like...

Rochelle Rives

I specialize in transatlantic modernist literature and have further research and teaching interests in visual culture, aesthetics, history of science, postcolonial literature, contemporary transnational literature, and critical theory. My book, Modernist Impersonalities: Affect, Authority, and the Subject (Palgrave 2012), examines the topic of "impersonality" in modernist literature as a response to the pervasive power of...

Jill Richardson

Jill Toliver Richardson is Associate Professor of English at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and at The CUNY Graduate Center where she teaches in the M.A. Program in Liberal Studies. Her book, The Afro-Latin@ Experience in Contemporary American Literature and Culture: Engaging Blackness, the result of a Woodrow Wilson Career Enhancement Fellowship, was...

Michael J. McGee, PhD

I am passionate about helping students to improve their lives. As they learn how to manage their health -- physical, mental, emotional, and sexual -- they are able to do better in school, in their relationships, and in their work. And I learn something new from them every semester.

Dr. Serine Ndiaye

Dr. Ndiaye has research interest in student attitudes, developmental mathematics and mathematical literacy. Dr. Ndiaye is graduated from Teachers College, Columbia University with a Doctor Degree in Mathematics Education (February 2019) and a Master of Arts in Mathematics Education (October 2014). Dr. Ndiaye joined BMCC in 2014 and is currently an Assistant Professor in the...

Cheryl J. Fish

Professor Cheryl J. Fish teaches English 100.5 as well as English 320, an elective that considers environmental justice and sustainability issues in literature, film and eco-media. She has been visiting professor in women’s studies and liberal studies at the CUNY Graduate Center, a lecturer in American Studies at Mount Holyoke College, a Fulbright Professor at...