President Michelle Anderson thanks advocacy group for disabled students, local officials, and the NYC Department of Transportation, among others, for efforts to make campus and surrounding areas safer.
The film, which follows an investment banker (played by Anne Gunn of Breaking Bad) in the rough-and-tumble world of Wall Street finance, has been praised as "bracing, witty, and suspenseful," by The New York Times.
The website and app provides resources to assist social workers, child protective staff, law enforcement, and medical professionals in better intervening when children with disabilities might be victims of violence and abuse.
The award-winning M.F.A. in Directing student—a member of the Barry R. Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema at Steiner Studios' inaugural class—benefits from expert support and state-of-the-art tools that enable him to make significant strides as a filmmaker.
Shirley Chisholm Project Director Zinga Fraser discusses the legacy and continued relevance of the political icon on the heels of the recognition by President Obama and in light of one of the most diverse presidential campaigns in recent memory.
Med-school-bound Aakaash Varma conducted interviews in his ancestral village, and neighboring communities, to learn more about the 1947 split of these two nations, as well as the details of his own family's experiences.
Eric Walrond: A Life in the Harlem Renaissance and the Transatlantic Caribbean, by Prof. James Davis and Becoming Julia de Burgos: The Making of a Puerto Rican Icon, by Prof. Venessa Pérez-Rosario shed new light on the late authors.
The former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration division chief will lead the institute in initiatives related to environmental protection and coastal ecosystems in the NYC region and beyond.
In a company visit this summer arranged through the Magner Career Center, DKNY executive Mark Weber '72 shared with students how he moved from the field of psychology to a top-tier job in the fashion industry.
For more than three decades the Puppetry in Practice Center has trained educators how to use puppet shows to engage students in a variety of subjects, while participating in creative activity and learning new skills.
the Brooklyn College Foundation’s Rosen Fellowship program to prestigious
Guggenheims and Fulbrights, our students and faculty are honored and supported
for their creative, scientific, and academic endeavors.
The reigning two-time City University of New York Athletic Conference Player of the Year, Yuliya Orkis, reached the semifinals at the 2013 USTA/ITA Division III Women's Northeast Regional Championships.
Four faculty members honored with $25,000 Tow Professorships to support cutting-edge research, ranging from the expansion of the canon of Italian literature to the creation of art with a unique focus on social justice and the human condition.
Andy Goldberg ’13 M.F.A. managed to turn his bold idea about staging "Macbeth" as a one-actor play into reality and is now co-directing the production with Tony Award winning director John Tiffany. Starring Alan Cumming, the play is now showing at the Barrymore Theater on Broadway through July 14.
A former Shirley Chisholm Scholar and political science major, Soribel Feliz has interned at the U.S. State Department and the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. Now she doing her master's to become a U.S. diplomat.