The diversity of our students in our graduate program in sociology is second only to the research of our expert faculty.
Brooklyn College honors and supports our student veterans.
Brooklyn as classroom to study urban sustainability.
International students come to Brooklyn College to enhance their academic experience.
President Michelle Anderson, Buster the Bulldog, and student government welcome our new students.
Throughout the college, faculty members who are at the forefront of their field invite their students to be an active part of their research projects.
Our award-winning faculty members are nationally recognized leaders in their fields.
Our students provide hands-on support for a wide variety of projects throughout New York.
From our on-campus swimming pool to tennis courts to the Fitness Center, it's easy for our students to stay in good shape.
About 40 students and recent graduates were hired at KPMG and Ernst & Young in 2015.
Students who successfully complete our Coordinated B.A.-M.D. Program automatically continue their medical education at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, one of the nation's leading urban medical centers.
Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Sylvan Fox was a member of the Class of 1951.
The movie "Serpico" is based on the biography of Frank Serpico '36, an NYPD officer who testified against police corruption in 1971.
Maynard Solomon '50 was a co-founder of Vanguard Records.
In 2016, Assistant Professor William Esber of the Department of Psychology was awarded $249,000 from the National Institutes of Health to research how the brain processes changes in stimulus salience.
The Brooklyn College Conservatory Choir performed at the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Conservatory of Music students can enroll in an internship whereby they perform for ailing and recovering patients in New York Methodist Hospital.
In 2015, our faculty received more than $4.7 million in grants and awards for new and ongoing research.
Pianist and pops conductor Peter Nero '56 has won two Grammy Awards out of a dozen nominations.
Young Jean Lee '05 M.F.A. won an Obie Award in 2007.
One of every 20 Brooklyn residents with a college degree graduated from Brooklyn College.
Our Diana Rogovin Davidow Speech Language Hearing Center sponsors a chapter of the National Stuttering Association.
Mystery writer Stanley Ellin '36 won three Edgar Allen Poe Awards.
Sandra Feldman '60 served as president of the American Federation of Teachers for seven years.
In only three years of existence, the women’s soccer team has captured the City University of New York Athletic Conference Championship twice.
Carol Steinberg '76 is president of the Alzheimer's Foundation of America.
Assistant Professor of Music Arturo O'Farrill won the 2015 Grammy Award for Best Latin Jazz Album.
Brooklyn College students have won the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship in 2015, 2007 and 1992.
Thom Calandra '79 was the founding editor of CBS MarketWatch.com.
The author is the first American to win Britain’s most prestigious literary award.
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