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BMCC Students Do The Robot

BMCC students learning how to build a winning robot. March 12, 2015 Sitting on the back of a plain brown table at the back of a BMCC lab sits an 8” x 12” plastic board covered by a cluster of wires. At first glance, the odd looking object looks like a stripped down two...

From BMCC to the Rubin

BMCC Professor Michelle Wang (bottom right) and her students. February 21, 2014 Two years ago, Business Management Professor Michelle Wang came up with an innovative approach to career planning—one that would link the seemingly disparate worlds of business and Himalayan arts. “My hope was to help business students develop a strong sense of humanity...

Onward, Upward!

Right, Second row from bottom: BMCC student Carmen Miranda climbs Mount Kilimanjaro. April 8, 2014 BMCC students face many challenges, but few can say they faced the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania.In fact so far, there’s just one: Human Services major Carmen Miranda, who hiked Africa’s tallest mountain with the same perseverance...

BMCC Early Childhood Center Receives Accreditation Through NYSAEYC

May 18, 2016 The BMCC Early Childhood Center, located at 199 Chambers Street, recently received accreditation from the New York State Association for the Education of Young Children (NYSAEYC). “CUNY recognizes the importance of accreditation and it often makes the difference between getting funded and not funded,” says Cecilia Scott-Croff, the Center’s Executive Director....

MEOC Honored by NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch as Education Game Changer

December 21, 2016 The Manhattan Educational Opportunity Center (MEOC) was recognized as an Education Game Changer by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Mid-Manhattan Branch during the NAACP’s annual holiday party on December 21. In 2016, both the Harlem-based MEOC and NAACP Mid-Manhattan Branch celebrated their 50th anniversaries. Established in...

Walk With Me: Raising Awareness About Domestic Violence

October 27, 2016 On October 27, as part of National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the BMCC Women’s Resource Center sponsored the 12th Annual Walk With Me: Domestic Violence Silent Procession at 199 Chambers Street. The walk began with a gathering of faculty, students and staff in Richard Harris Terrace, and a presentation in which...

Tribeca Film Festival Debuts the ReActor at BMCC

March 29, 2016 The Tribeca Film Festival debuted the ReActor, the world’s first computerized acting judge, just outside Theatre One on the Borough of Manhattan Community College (BMCC/CUNY) campus at 199 Chambers St. on Tuesday March 29. Through the magic of voice and facial recognition technology combined with motion sensors, the ReActor recorded and...

Moving Forward

CIS alumni Christian Meyers August 4, 2014 “Developing a relationship is key to building a career,” says BMCC alumni Christian Meyers, and he credits his achievements at BMCC to the supportive relationships he formed with staff, faculty and fellow students while he earned his associate degree in computer information systems. Now he’s working days...

BMCC Launches Public Health Major

March 15, 2017 “There is a great need for public health professionals, and a need for a more diverse range of health professionals,” says Lesley Rennis, Chair of the BMCC Health Education Department. Starting Fall 2017, that need will be met through an Associate of Science (A.S.) in Public Health degree offered through the...