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November 12, 2020Mental Health in the Age of COVID: “You Are Not Alone”

As services have gone virtual, the BMCC Counseling Center continues to provide strong support for students, faculty and staff.

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November 4, 2020Students Engage in Innovative Career Planning and Job Search in the Time of COVID

BMCC Center for Career Development guides students to build search strategies and skills for the virtual workplace.

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October 27, 2020BMCC Partners With Hunter College to Enhance Academic Support for Asian American and Pacific Islander Students

$2 million cooperative grant from U.S. Department of Education enables BMCC to join Hunter College AANAPISI Project (HCAP).

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August 27, 2020“Welcome to Fall 2020” Webinars Mark a Semester Like No Other

Interim President Karrin E. Wilks and Incoming President Anthony E. Munroe frame the direction BMCC is heading.

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August 19, 2020“ID: Formations of the Self” Opens September 16 at Shirley Fiterman Art Center

Artwork will be viewed through large street-front windows on Barclay Street, Park Place and West Broadway.

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June 18, 2020The Activism and Journey of Communications Major Twinkle Paul

Having earned an HSE and now working on an associate degree, she raises funds to help transwomen survive.

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June 12, 2020Honors Convocation Recognizes Outstanding Scholars in the Class of 2020

Top academic achievers across many disciplines and majors are celebrated in annual event.

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June 12, 2020BMCC Virtual Fundraiser Raises More Than $636K, Donations Still Being Accepted

Funds support students who — despite a pandemic and abrupt switch to distance learning — continue to thrive.

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June 10, 2020BMCC Staffer Helps Stop Food Insecurity in a Neighborhood Hard Hit by Covid

Brianna T. Codner, a Media Center audio technician, volunteers with a community fridge in Harlem.

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May 29, 2020BMCC Honors Class of 2020 With Virtual Celebration

The COVID-19 pandemic did not prevent BMCC from celebrating the achievements of its 2020 graduates.

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May 21, 2020BMCC Names Aspiring Filmmaker and Social Justice Advocate Ana Maldonado as Valedictorian

Moving to the New York area in 2016, her first goal was to learn English.

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May 19, 2020BMCC’s National Society of Leadership and Success Chapter Receives Distinguished Chapter Award

One of six awardees nationwide, the BMCC NSLS chapter inducted over 100 members this spring.

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May 14, 2020Professors Recreate Classroom Dynamics to Enhance Distance Learning

Once community is created in a virtual setting, students are better able to connect with course content.

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May 14, 20202020 Digital Student Art Show Highlights Resiliency and Talent

Shirley Fiterman Art Center presents student painting, sculpture, drawing, photography and digital design.

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May 14, 20202020 Annual Research Symposium Provides Virtual Showcase for Aspiring Researchers

More than 50 BMCC students present their research posters, culminating their close work with faculty scientists.

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May 6, 2020We Are all in This Together: State of the College Shares Challenges and Highlights

Despite the pandemic and hurdles of distance learning, BMCC advances equity and student success.

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May 4, 2020Future Finance Professional Lewis Welt Finds Opportunity and Acceptance at BMCC

Working with a financial startup in Fiji, he became committed to supporting individuals less well versed in finance.

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May 4, 2020BMCC Respiratory Therapy Students Graduate Early to Help COVID-19 Patients

Graduates prepared to work in hospitals where three to five more patients are being treated with ventilators.

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April 29, 2020BMCC Hosts Self-Care Community Zoom Session

More than 100 faculty and staff attend; many share their experience teaching and working in a pandemic.

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April 28, 2020BMCC Expands Services to Justice-Involved Students Through Second Chance Pell Program

Funding will enable BMCC to provide HSE and associate degree courses at Otisville Correctional Facility.

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