News and Events

Fall Recruitment 2015

Recruitment for the fall 2015 semester has begun. The following are dates a CASE staff member will be available to give information and answer your questions about our programs. Fnd us at the Brooklyn College table at the respective fair and bring your questions. Check back with us often to see if new schools will be added.

  • Hostos Community College Fair, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Hostos Community College, Bronx, NY
  • Bronx Community College Fair, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bronx Community College, Bronx, NY 

Internship at the Mayor's Community Affairs Unit

February 5, 2015

The mayor's Community Affairs Unit (CAU) is a direct link between the Office of the Mayor and the communities of New York City. The CAU plays an important role in city government by working directly with neighborhood organizations and various agencies within the city and state. The CAU helps to carry out the mayor's initiatives and interpret the community needs. It also connects community boards, civic associations, government offices and corporate entities. The CAU is offering a variety of full- and part-time internships for students. Students will gain experience in government and community organizing while working on a variety of mayoral initiatives. These are invaluable experiences for students who want to assist real New Yorkers address their needs. If you are interested, please read the attached PDF.

Please note: Brooklyn College students can also apply to the Magner Career Center for stipends that can cover unpaid internships.

Summer Research Database

January 15, 2015

The Summer Research Database has been updated. You can spend your summer in a world-class lab doing cutting edge research. Many of these summer research programs are paid. If you are considering going to graduate school or medical school, then this is a wonderful opportunity to increase your skills.


December 23, 2014

This past November, 16 CASE students, juniors and seniors from the MARC and RISE programs, attended the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in San Antonio. These students represented some of the brightest students at Brooklyn College studying science and engaged in innovative research both here on campus and while visiting other universities during the summer.

ABRCMS is the largest research conference of its kind. Our students attend every year, and we have had a good track record of bringing back winning posters. This year was no different: Two of our MARC students won at ABRCMS. Chemisry major Diandra Smith won in the neuroscience division for her work during the summer with Dr. Damien Pearse at the University of Miami on spinal cord injury. Diandra currently works in Professor Lesley Davenport's lab at Brooklyn College. Psychology major Nadrienne Pinnock won in the Social and Behavioral Science division, for her work with Dr. Augustine Osman's lab at the University of Texas in San Antonio, where she worked on shame related responses. Nadrienne works in Assistant Professor Elizabeth Chua's lab at Brooklyn College.

We want to say congratulations to our winners Diandra and Nadrienne, and also to say that we are very proud of all of our students who attended ABRCMS. These students worked hard not just maintaining their good grades but also conducting research in faculty labs on our campus during the school year and also giving up their summer to travel to other universities to conduct research.