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BMCC Receives NEH Award of Almost $100,000 for Asian American Studies Project

April 14, 2016 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) just received a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) award of $99,998 to fund a year-long project, “Building Asian American Studies across the Community College Classroom.” The Project Director is Soniya Munshi, BMCC Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Social Sciences and Human...

Professor Sarah Haviland Selected for International Exhibit

Black Kite Bench by Professor Sarah Haviland June 22, 2015 BMCC art professor Sarah Haviland exhibited her environmental sculpture on the grounds of the National Museum of Marine Science & Technology (NMMST) in Keelung, Taiwan, from May 14 to June 7, 2015. Haviland was one of nine artists chosen from more than 200 applications...

The Height of Fashion

February 27, 2014 Ron Wallace will be the first to tell you that he wasn’t born with a pencil in his hand. “Growing up, I couldn’t draw much, but I was good with computer graphics programs like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop,” he says. But by the time he was in eighth grade, he knew...

Making Math More Meaningful

July 22, 2014 Mathematics, says BMCC math professor Nkechi Madonna Agwu, is all around us—in our homes, classrooms and communities, and even in our apparel. A case in point: the colorfully patterned African head tie she is wearing. Last semester, a student in Agwu’s Discrete Mathematics class created a highly complex cryptographic, much like...

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...

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...

A Doll’s House Times Two

April 21, 2014 Diane Dowling had a dilemma. As a professor in BMCC's theatre program, she had long wanted to direct a production of Henrik Ibsen’s groundbreaking drama, A Doll’s House. But its relatively small cast of characters meant that only a handful of students would have an opportunity to appear on a stage.Then...

Start Here, Transfer Anywhere

June 10, 2016 In June 2016, Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) conferred associate degrees to the largest graduating class in the college’s history — more than 4,200 students. Seventy-five percent of those graduates will transfer to a four-year college or university, with about half staying in the CUNY system. The rest will transfer...

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...

BMCC Kicks off LGBTQ Pride Month

October 1, 2015 Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) kicked off LGBTQ Pride Month Tuesday, October 6 with a luncheon and opening address by activist, writer and filmmaker Reina Gossett. The event was sponsored by the LGBTQ Pride Month Committee, the BMCC Association and the BMCC Auxiliary Enterprise. It was held in Richard Harris...