Dually funded grant allowed Cheryl J. Fish to teach and conduct research on Environmental Justice and North American Studies.
Mildred Espinoza-Salgado hadn't settled on a career track when she enrolled in BMCC a decade ago. But since her brother was working as a TV cameraman, she thought she might follow his lead and go into the media.
BMCC’s respiratory therapy team dominates at annual academic competition.
BMCC’s multimedia programming courses have something for virtually everyone.
The lead author of a new paper that presents unprecedented observational confirmation of how some of the largest black holes consume matter.
Roger Foster to publish new book on Philosopher, Theodor Adorno. Foster says philosophy is more about asking questions than finding answers.
More than 500 students, with resumes in hand, packed Richard Harris Terrace to meet representatives from over 60 companies.
As BMCC’s director of student activities, Harry Mars is an unabashed cheerleader for co-curricular involvement.
The Office of Human Resources sponsored a special luncheon thanking the college’s Civil Service/Classified Staff and honoring five with twenty or more years of service. They were Wendell Readous, Isabel Reina Planas, Rosa Hughley, Jose Carrasquillo, and Mary Cheatham.
May 14, 2007 An Employee Recognition luncheon on May 15th honors five BMCC staffers representing nearly a century-and-a-half of service to the collegeWendell Readous was doing roofing work on a downtown Manhattan office building in the early 1980s when he noticed a large, open lot on Chambers Street. “I didn’t realize I’d be spending...