News

August 6, 2014 Over $11 Million Awarded to Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay

Over $11 Million Awarded to Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay

Brooklyn College is the lead institution at SRI@JB, a future leader in global environmental research.

Over $11 Million Awarded to Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay
July 9, 2014 Miguel Macías Documents Cultural Shifts in His Native Spain

Miguel Macías Documents Cultural Shifts in His Native Spain

Documentary series takes a look at impact of the country’s economic crisis on its citizens.

Miguel Macías Documents Cultural Shifts in His Native Spain
May 12, 2014 Professor Peter Lipke Elected Fellow by the American Academy of Microbiology
April 30, 2014 Professor Marjorie Welish Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Professor Marjorie Welish Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Distinguished Lecturer will get to finish work she started years ago on her Fulbright Fellowship. 

Professor Marjorie Welish Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship
Feb. 25, 2014 Political Science Professor Wins NAACP Image Award for Book on Rosa Parks
Jan. 15, 2014 History Professor Studies Ancient Graffiti in Israel

History Professor Studies Ancient Graffiti in Israel

Professor Karen B. Stern's research helps historians paint a more complete picture of the ancient world.

History Professor Studies Ancient Graffiti in Israel
Jan. 15, 2014 Theater History Professor Wins Award for Book on Spectacular
Dec. 30, 2013 Christman's Lens

Christman's Lens

Award-winning Brooklyn College faculty filmmaker documents the tenuous relationship between human beings and their environment.

Christman's Lens
Dec. 20, 2013 Shirley Chisholm's Trials and Triumphs Captured in New Biography

Shirley Chisholm's Trials and Triumphs Captured in New Biography

Brooklyn College Professor Barbara Winslow's new book examines life of pioneering politician.

Shirley Chisholm's Trials and Triumphs Captured in New Biography
Dec. 2, 2013 History Professor’s Book Aims to Shatter Stereotypes of Vietnam Veterans

History Professor’s Book Aims to Shatter Stereotypes of Vietnam Veterans

For his latest book, Professor Phillip F. Napoli spent nearly a decade speaking with Vietnam veterans in an effort to paint a more complete picture of those who served.

History Professor’s Book Aims to Shatter Stereotypes of Vietnam Veterans
Sept. 24, 2013 Holding Destruction at Bay

Holding Destruction at Bay

Brooklyn College scientists, with other experts, to lead a new institute dedicated to revitalizing Jamaica Bay.

Holding Destruction at Bay
Sept. 20, 2013 Battling Cancer One Metal at a Time

Battling Cancer One Metal at a Time

Brooklyn College chemistry professor receives a second NIH grant to study gold compounds in the fight against the disease.

Battling Cancer One Metal at a Time
Feb. 15, 2013 Where Math Meets Social Advocacy

Where Math Meets Social Advocacy

Mathematics Professor Sandra Kingan wanted to help her students better engage with society and speak up on issues that matter to them—using mathematics.

Where Math Meets Social Advocacy
Oct. 16, 2012 Making It in a Strange Land

Making It in a Strange Land

What monk parakeets have to teach us about adaptation.

Making It in a Strange Land
Oct. 1, 2012 Digging Up the Past

Digging Up the Past

STAR students discover what it takes to uncover a part of Brooklyn's history.

Digging Up the Past
July 23, 2012 Sociology Professor Testifies Before U.N. Committee

Sociology Professor Testifies Before U.N. Committee

United Nations invites Gertrud Lenzer to Geneva for children's rights task force.

Sociology Professor Testifies Before U.N. Committee
April 6, 2012 Health of Jamaica Bay Wetlands Is Focus of Brooklyn College Symposium

Health of Jamaica Bay Wetlands Is Focus of Brooklyn College Symposium

Dozens of scientists from Brooklyn College and beyond discuss restoring the Jamaica Bay watershed.

Health of Jamaica Bay Wetlands Is Focus of Brooklyn College Symposium
March 23, 2012 Stacey Brenner-Moyer Wins Early Career Grant

Stacey Brenner-Moyer Wins Early Career Grant

A National Science Foundation grant of $450,000 will further Professor Brenner-Moyer’s research into organo-catalysis, a new field of chemistry.

Stacey Brenner-Moyer Wins Early Career Grant
March 12, 2012 Doug Boyer Wins $50,000 Grant to Create a Database of Bones

Doug Boyer Wins $50,000 Grant to Create a Database of Bones

The assistant professor of archaeology and anthropology is one of the first recipients of a new CUNY grant for junior faculty members.

Doug Boyer Wins $50,000 Grant to Create a Database of Bones
March 1, 2012 Following the Ghost of Napoleon Bonaparte

Following the Ghost of Napoleon Bonaparte

Anthony Mancini, director of the journalism program, travels around the world while writing his latest book about the French military leader.

Following the Ghost of Napoleon Bonaparte
Feb. 24, 2012

Cleaning India's Holiest — And Most Polluted — River

Professor of Film Vinit Parmar's new documentary explores the pollution of India's most sacred river.

Cleaning India's Holiest — And Most Polluted — River
Feb. 16, 2012 Finding Hope in Urban Farming

Finding Hope in Urban Farming

Junior Eric Carlsen reimagines our foodways — in the most unlikely places — to better feed the nation.

Finding Hope in Urban Farming
Nov. 21, 2011 A Matter of Taste

A Matter of Taste

Bitter or sweet? More than just a preference on our palate, they can dramatically alter our moral judgments.

A Matter of Taste

Back To Top