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Stars in His Eyes

BMCC Professor Saavik Ford and student Arial Diaz April 18, 2014 When Arial Diaz was stationed in North Carolina with the Marines a few years ago, he’d sometimes spend his free time lying on the beach at night, gazing up at the stars.“I really missed my family and friends back in New York,” he...

BMCC Partners with CDI to Help High School Graduates Enter College

Summer 2015 graduates of BMCC Continuing Ed / CDI Medical Assistant Specialist training program. September 29, 2015 Thanks to funding through NYC Small Business Services (SBS), and the NYC Mayor's Office, a new partnership has been formed between BMCC’s Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development and the non-profit career-readiness organization, Comprehensive Development, Inc....

Giving Back: BMCC Community Donates Canned Goods, Coats and Toys

Toys collected through the Veterans Resource Center December 21, 2016 This holiday season, BMCC students, faculty and staff donated their time to collecting canned goods, coats and toys to benefit New Yorkers in need. Out in Two Students Donate Canned Goods Students in the BMCC Out in Two program make a commitment not only to...

The Rewards of Helping Others

June 22, 2015 BMCC Nursing Chair Jacqueline Nichols received the Caribbean American Healthcare Award on June 25 at the Grand Prospect Hall in Brooklyn. The award is presented annually by Caribbean Life, an online news organization for and about the Caribbean community in New York City. The event’s 34 honorees include doctors, nurses, administrators and...

Associate in Science (A.S.) Degree in Music Program Starts Fall 2017

July 13, 2017 In Fall 2017, BMCC students who envision a career teaching music or performing can enroll in the College’s new Associate in Science (A.S.) program in Music, with specializations in Music Studies and Music Performance that articulate to the Bachelor of Science in Music program at Lehman College, as well as a...

Jill Strauss

Jill Strauss, PhD, teaches Conflict Resolution and Communications in the Speech, Communications and Theater Arts Department at Borough of Manhattan Community College (CUNY). Her research involves Restorative Practices and the visual interpretation of narrative and difficult histories. She completed her PhD at Ulster University in Northern Ireland in 2010, where she designed an innovative fieldwork...

BMCC Opens New Fitness Center

March 17, 2016 A large crowd of Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) students, faculty and staff gathered at the new BMCC Fitness Center to cut a ribbon and officially open the state-of-the-art facility on Wednesday, March 16. Vice President of Student Affairs Marva Craig summed up the facility’s mission by saying, “This is...

Saluting Women

The Students in Service to Women Recognition Award, sponsored by the Women's Resource Center Council, is presented to nine recipients. April 8, 2015 The first annual Students in Service to Women Recognition Award was presented to each of nine recipients March 30 in Richard Harris Terrace, on the main campus of Borough of Manhattan...

BMCC Hosts Policing Gender Event

September 29, 2015 Students packed a large Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) classroom on Monday, September 28 for a panel discussion titled Gender & Policing; Policing Gender. The CUNY Justice Academy at John Jay College/CUNY and the Criminal Justice program at BMCC organized the event. The two-and-a-half-hour panel discussion centered on a growing...

Second Steinway Soiree Benefit Celebrates BMCC’s New Music Major

October 26, 2017 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) President Antonio Pérez and the BMCC Foundation Board hosted the College’s Second Steinway Soiree Benefit on October 25 in the Shirley Fiterman Art Center, 245 Greenwich Street in lower Manhattan. The Soiree opened with an Hors d’Oeuvres and Cocktail Reception amid the Center’s current exhibit,...