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BMCC Introduces Children and Youth Studies Associate Degree Program

January 24, 2018 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) offers 47 associate degree programs, all designed to prepare students for rapidly growing careers and industries. The latest of these, Children and Youth Studies, is set to start in Fall 2018. “This Associate in Arts program will serve students who envision themselves becoming a child...

BMCC Delegation Meets with Elected Officials

(L-R): Kevin Zambranov, Lisibeth Payana, Jason Silva, Melissa Aponte and Douglas Israel March 2, 2017 On February 28, three Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) students — Lisibeth Payano, a senator in the Student Government Association (SGA); Jason Silva, SGA President, and Kevin Zambranov, a Liberal Arts major — took a trip to Albany...

Pass Go—Collect Your Federal Financial Aid

March 19, 2014 Doing paperwork may be no one's idea of a good time. But students who thronged to this year's Financial Aid Awareness day genuinely appeared to be having fun completing and filing financial assistance application forms. Turnout at the annual event was at record levels.“Of the 24,000 students enrolled at BMCC each semester,...

Pride Month Offers an Array of Events

Hida Viloria, author of "Born Both: An Intersex Life" and guest speaker at Pride Month luncheon. October 10, 2017 A month of workshops, film, panels and more are being offered in celebration of Pride Month at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY). The month’s events opened on October 4 with a workshop presenting scholarship opportunities of...

Seeing Stars

BMCC Student Macarthur Young (left) with BMCC Science Professor Quinn Minor (right). February 13, 2014 Both Science Professor Quinn Minor and his student Macarthur Young are fascinated by the stars.“Originally, I was into physics more than astronomy,” says Professor Minor, “and examining questions like, ‘How did the universe start?’”Then, he says, at the University...

Exploring Pedagogy to Improve Student Learning

December 14, 2016 The BMCC Teaching Academy, a professional development program, creates small learning communities of new faculty, or Teaching Fellows, who focus on pedagogy under the guidance of a Master Teacher.  The Teaching Academy communities meet regularly, observe each other teaching, videotape their own teaching and attend workshops together. On December 13, they...

Praq’s Dream

October 14, 2014 Veteran director Lee Percy was attending a film industry dinner in 2009 when he struck up a conversation with a waiter. By the end of the evening, he recalls, the waiter said, “You’re going to make a movie about my life.” He was right. The waiter was Praq Rado, who is...

BMCC Presents Fifty-Six Graduates With Nursing Degrees

May 31, 2017 Jensenia Diaz spent much of her childhood in and out of the hospital. “Each time I would go in, the one person I remembered when I went back home, was the nurse. They were often like the second parent for me during a scary time. Since then, I’ve always wanted to...

BMCC Receives Highest Number of Summer Gilman Scholarships Nationwide

BMCC Academic Study Abroad Program Manager Deborah Stengle and three of the nine BMCC Gilman winners May 27, 2015 Nine Borough of Manhattan Community College students—the largest number from any CUNY school—were selected to receive the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship to study abroad during the Summer 2015 term. BMCC also had more Gilman...

Start Here, Go to Princeton

(Left to right) BMCC students Thierno Bah and Pedro Raposo June 12, 2014 Two BMCC students, Pedro Raposo and Thierno Bah, are taking part in research projects at Princeton University this summer, thanks to a collaboration between Princeton’s School of Engineering and Applied Science and the CUNY-wide LSAMP (Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation)...