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April 29, 2021Three Faculty Researchers Named 2021 Andrew W. Mellon/ACLS Fellows for Groundbreaking Humanities Research

Professors Sophie Maríñez, Ángeles Donoso Macaya and Marci Littlefield are among 28 faculty selected nationwide.

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April 22, 2021Professor Nkechi Agwu One of 64 Notable Mathematicians Featured by Association for Women in Mathematics

National association honors Dr. Agwu for her dedication to ethnomathematics and student success.

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April 14, 2021New Academic Department, Ethnic and Race Studies, Empowers Students to be Change Agents in a Multi-Ethnic Society

Students take part in interdisciplinary courses and earn an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree in Ethnic Studies.

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April 7, 2021Three BMCC Students Selected as FEA Study Abroad Scholars

Psychology major Amanda Amezquita, Nursing major Dominique Talley and Criminal Justice major Kimberly Vega among 91 scholars.

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April 7, 202132nd Annual Asian Heritage Month Will “Enlighten, Engage and Entertain”

Film screenings, a poetry contest and dumpling-making competition are among events presented through April 30.

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March 18, 2021Town Hall Webinars Provide Updates and Invite Feedback on Fall 2021 Campus Re-Opening Plan

Two virtual events; one for faculty and staff, and one for students, reviewed safety measures such as UV technology to sanitize surfaces.

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March 10, 2021BMCC Alumna and Documentary Filmmaker Carla Franchesca Robles Highlights “Voices of the Unheard”

Founder of the production company Rayoelú Films, she tells the stories of immigrants seeking a better life in NYC.

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BMCC Alumnus Jamel Holmes

February 17, 2021Aspiring Principal and Alumnus Jamel Holmes Goes Above and Beyond for His Students

Jamel Holmes teaches sixth grade in the Bronx high school where he himself graduated in 2008.

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February 10, 2021Does Valentine’s Day Plus Social Distancing Equal Loneliness?

Director of Counseling Neda Hajizadeh and Psychology Professor David Caicedo provide insight on holiday loneliness during the pandemic.

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BMCC Alumnus Samuel Adedeji

February 5, 2021Internship Launches Career in Hospital Management for Alumnus Samuel Adédèjì

As a teenager, Samuel Adédèjì (Science, ’10) lived with his family near Bellevue Hospital and dreamed of working there.

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BMCC alumnus Kwame Amin

February 2, 2021Alumnus Kwame Amin Looks to Change the Healthcare System

Soon to complete his MBA in Strategic Healthcare Management, Amin plans to focus on healthcare disparities.

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January 27, 20212021 Afrikan Heritage Month Events Awaken and Inspire

From February 3 through 24, speakers, workshops and performances highlight issues and celebrate Afrikan diaspora.

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January 27, 2021CPA and Professor Joel Barker Highlights Changes for 2020 Tax Season

While 2020 was marked by struggle, filing taxes will have a few perks set in motion by the CARES Act.

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January 26, 2021BMCC Wins NASPA Virtual Innovation Award

In addition to recognition for exemplar services to students, BMCC awarded $50,000.

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January 14, 2021BMCC Partners With NBCUniversal News Group to Launch NBCU Academy

Academy offers on-campus training and education to universities and community colleges across the country.

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BMCC nurses at their pinning ceremony

January 7, 2021Virtual Pinning Ceremony Honors BMCC Nursing Program Graduates

Video of ceremony includes pinning as well as traditional lighting of Nursing Lamps.

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BMCC President Anthony E.Munroe

December 23, 2020Message from the President: Transformative $30 Million Gift to BMCC Update

There is tremendous gratitude, pride, and enthusiasm around the college in light of our receipt of a $30 million unrestricted gift from philanthropist and author MacKenzie Scott.

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December 17, 2020NEH Awards $150K for Interdisciplinary Course Modules Focused on Poverty

Project will enable students to make critical connections across many courses, about issues faced by people lacking basic resources.

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December 15, 2020BMCC Receives Transformative Gift of $30 Million from Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott

Gift will help establish the President’s Fund for Excellence and Innovation.

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BMCC Professor of Social Sciences Komora

December 14, 2020BMCC Celebrates Faculty Pedagogy with Distinguished Teaching Awards

The 2020 winners are Professors Cara O'Connor, Kimora, Joel Barker and Jae Ki Lee.

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