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SEMAA Closing Ceremony
The York College SEMAA site strategically operates in Queens, the most diverse county in the nation, and has served over 10,000 urban minorities for more than 10 years as not only the sole SEMAA site in New York state but in the entire Northeast region.
Electrochemical Basis Steel and Aluminum Protection
Fisher Scientific/NIH-MARC: Natural Sciences Research Seminar Series @ York College
"It Tore Through The Rock and The Mountains": Earthquakes, Faults and People in Hispaniola
The Caribbean Plate is moving eastward with respect to much larger North and South American plates.
Jamaica for Sale: a documentary about tourism, the environment and unsustainable development
A viewing and discussion of the ground-breaking documentary, Jamaica for Sale, by Esther Figueroa and Diana McCaulay.
Maternal Mortality: A Human Rights Issue
SHORT and SAVORY
York's first film festival, SHORT AND SAVORY: A ( mini) FESTIVAL OF SHORT FILMS BY WOMEN DIRECTORS will feature four films by outside filmmakers and two films by York students. A roundtable discussion by the filmmakers will follow.
Men Host CCNY; Women Visit Staten Island in Quarterfinals of CUNYAC Basketball Playoffs
The pairings have been announced for the upcoming CUNY Athletic Conference basketball championships. The men's basketball team, the top seed in the playoffs, will host #8 CCNY on Saturday at 3:00 p.m., while the women, the fifth seed, will visit fourth-seeded Staten Island on Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
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Grant-Writing Seminar
Biology professors Shao-ying Hua and Margaret MacNeil; and Social Sciences professor Beth Rosenthal will discuss grant writing lessons learned in their recently-completed Grant Writing Assistance Program.
Announcement Undergraduate Research Director
Dear Colleagues: Last fall we began work on a new undergraduate research program to foster and strengthen undergraduate research throughout the college as a key aspect of enhancing student retention and graduation and enabling students to be more competitive for graduate schools and the workforce. As part of that pursuit I recently appointed as Director of Undergraduate Research Dr. Rishi Nath from the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science in the School of Arts and Sciences, whom I’m pleased to introduce.
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Domestic Violence Workshop
Agent for Change: Domestic Violence Workshop.