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Auditors Without Borders

Administrative Evaluation Bureau of Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Chika Arita and BMCC Professor Achraf Seyam. February 24, 2014 When Chika Arita arrived in New York from Tokyo recently, among the top items on her agenda was a meeting with Professor Achraf Seyman of BMCC’s Accounting Department. Arita is a section chief...

St. Patrick’s Day Fundraiser Brings Community Together

The Seventh Annual St. Patrick's Day Luncheon raises funds for the BMCC Student Emergency Fund. March 30, 2015 The Seventh Annual BMCC St. Patrick’s Day luncheon, benefitting the BMCC Student Emergency Fund, was held on March 16 in Richard Harris Terrace. It featured a traditional Irish buffet—corned beef and cabbage—as well as professional Irish...

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...

The Publisher’s Point of View

April 15, 2014 Elizabeth Butson is a recipient of the BMCC Presidential Medal and has underwritten many scholarships for BMCC students, including one in the name of her mother, Katy Halepli. She has served as President of the BMCC Foundation Board and chaired the BMCC Annual Gala, which will recognize her this year a...

CANCELLED: XXIII Modern Languages Department Colloquium: Women’s World

The BMCC Department of Modern Languages invites you to the XXIII Modern Languages Department Colloquium. The theme of this year's event is Women's World. The Colloquium will take place on March 30 and 31, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at BMCC, 199 Chambers St., Theatre II. The scheduled program is: Monday, March 30 Welcoming...

BMCC Nurtures Adult Students

September 23, 2015 Forty-two-year-old Bronx resident Christopher Long worked for several years as a computer analyst at investment bank Bear Stearns Companies, Inc. Long loved his job but he felt trapped, even fearful that if he looked for another position his secret would come out: Long had never finished high school. Forty-four-year-old Suzette Glace...

Turning the Dial on Developmental Outcomes

December 13, 2016 Community colleges must work more effectively with feeder high schools and community-based organizations to improve college readiness and reduce the need for remediation, says BMCC Provost and Senior Vice President Karrin Wilks in a December 12 commentary in Community College Daily, the journal of the the American Association of Community Colleges....

Online Textbook Program Saves Criminal Justice Majors Thousands of Dollars

November 10, 2016 Starting Spring 2017, Criminal Justice (CRJ) majors at Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) can bypass traditional textbooks in their Criminal Justice required courses and instead use Open Educational Resources (OER), or online textbooks. By Fall 2018, they will have OER options in all of their required courses, both Criminal Justice...

BMCC Professor Sophia Aidiniou Builds Organ Donor Awareness

BMCC students volunteer at organ donation awareness event April 14, 2016 BMCC Health Education Professor Sophia Aidiniou and Karen Cummings, a New York organ donor education specialist, appeared together on the CUNY Television episode, “Independent Sources: Crisis not Averted” that first aired March 29. Their segment begins at 16:20 into the episode, and examines...

MECA Students Create Blueprints for Their Dreams

MECA students present end-of-year projects May 31, 2017 Each school year at the Manhattan Early College School for Advertising (MECA), culminates with student presentations of their final project, a business or service they’ve envisioned, along with an advertising and marketing campaign. This year’s final presentations took place May 31 in the classroom of MECA...