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Science Club: How Do Viruses Kill (documentary) plus City Tech Transfer Talk

The BMCC Science Club presents the BBC documentary How Do Viruses Kill? Professor Fernández Romero from the Science Department will be there to answer your questions. Additionally, Diana Samaroo and Melanie Villatoro, from CityTech, will join us to talk about "NSF HSI IUSE Transfer Initiatives: Chemistry and Civil Engineering Technology at City Tech" We...

SGA presents The Power of Story Build Your Brand

Identify:- A great story - Elements for a compelling story - Your story = Media = Work = Success - The Power of Media - Traditional TV & Print - Social Media  - The Pitch!! Paul Wisenthal - Pulitzer Prize nominee and award-winning writer. Over 150 articles published in the Huffingtontpost, New York Times, USA...

Art Space at the BMCC Library

Come explore your artistic side! You can come to the art space to paint, color, and make creative buttons!For more library events you can go to: questions please email 

BMCC to Green Up

New Collaborative of State Agencies Charts Course for Energy Efficiency Projects in New York State.

Coffee, Startups and Innovation

Have you ever thought about starting your own business? Would you like to learn more about entrepreneurship?  The BMCC Small Business Entrepreneurship (BMCC Eship) program and CUNY invites you to participate in the monthly Coffee and Innovation (at 1 Million Cups or 1MCNYC) Hear challenges and successes of small business, ask questions and offer feedback to...

F-1 On-Campus Employment Workshop

In collaboration with BMCC Center for Career Development, the International Student Services Office (ISSO) is presenting a workshop covering: The basics and process of on-campus employment eligibility for F-1 international students. Overview of the services available at the Center for Career Development that will assist in obtaining on-campus employment. Current F-1 student tips & strategies. You must...

Info Session: Learning Academy’s Graduate Advantage Program

The BMCC Learning Academy Graduate Advantage Program (GAP) helps BMCC students prepare strong transfer applications and develop themselves as professionals. GAP is currently accepting applications for spring 2018 enrollment. To be eligible for GAP, students must: Have a 2.5 GPA or higher Have at least 45 credits by start of spring 2018 term Plan to...

Workin’ for a Living

BMCC’s fifth annual Entrepreneurship Student Summit focused on innovation and improvement in today’s job market.

BMCC Student Produces Musical Review About Growing up Fat

Growing up fat proved a source of inspiration for Borough of Manhattan Community College student Fred Garza, who has written a musical revue about his experiences. "Dear Fat" will be produced June 28 and 29 at the Producer’s Cub on West 44th Street.

BMCC Annual Research Symposium (BARS)

The Borough of Manhattan Community College Office of Academic Affairs and Office of Research invites you to the 2017 BMCC Annual Research Symposium (BARS). The event allows BMCC student researchers to present what they have learned through their research experiences to a larger audience.