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BMCC Celebrates Inductees and Funders of the 2015 Out in Two Scholarship Program

October 23, 2015 On October 22, BMCC President Antonio Pérez; Provost and Senior Vice President Karrin Wilks; Vice President of Student Affairs Marva Craig; Academic Dean Erwin Wong and Vice President for College Development Doris Holz recognized students who were recently inducted into the college’s Out in Two scholarship program. The induction ceremony and...

A Special Thanks to the Derfner Foundation

Jay Lieberman and the Derfner Foundation give BMCC the gift of a state-of-the-art communication skills lab. December 22, 2014 A dedication ceremony and reception celebrating the new Derfner Foundation Communication Center was held recently on BMCC’s main campus. BMCC President Antonio Pérez, Provost Karrin Wilks and others extended a special thanks to the Derfner...

Where in the World?

Professor Chin-Song Don Wei, of the Department of Computer Systems, and Professor Emily Anderson, chairperson of BMCC's Department of Social Sciences and Human Services. December 6, 2013 Virtually every aspect of human activity from agriculture to zoning is impacted and shaped by geography.  But while conventional maps depict borders, physical features and place names...

Fifteen to Finish: Why Taking 15 Credits Is a Good Idea

(Clockwise, starting upper left): Alex Guarino, Mirella Gerer, Victor Palacios, Chunyan Zhou, Tesfamichael Demeke, Shannon Kidd, Juana Encinas September 22, 2016 While 12 credits technically qualifies as full-time, students at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) are maximizing their financial aid and graduating sooner, by taking 15 credits per semester. To reach that goal,...

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...

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...

Two Cisco Networking Academy Graduates Spend Week at NBA Draft

June 29, 2016 Two graduates of the Cisco Networking Academy at the Center for Continuing Education and Workforce Development at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) spent a week working alongside Information Technology (IT) professionals to power the 2016 NBA draft at Barclay Center June 20 through June24, 2016. Cisco is the official technology...

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 Celebrates Italian Heritage

October 26, 2015 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) students, faculty and staff filled Richard Harris Terrace on Monday, October 26, for a day of live music, poetry and special lectures, all part of BMCC’s Italian Heritage Month celebration. The event’s organizer, BMCC Modern Languages Professor John T. Means said in the spirit of...

Saniye (Deniz) Gokcora

Prof. Gokcora is an Assistant Professor at Borough of Manhattan Community College. Upon receiving a Fulbright scholarship, she came to the U.S. and completed an M.A. degree in Teaching English as a Second Language and a Ph.D. degree in Second Languages and Cultures Education at the University of Minnesota. She worked as a faculty developer...