- Women's History Month Colloquium
The Women’s History Month Colloquium will explore the contributions of powerful, forward-thinking women who have navigated their way through academia, politics, the business world, and beyond.
- Careers in Aging: Health-Service Professionals
Look at Aging in New York City
- Graduate School Information Session in Psychology and related disciplines
The event will take place in the Behavioral Sciences Department's Conference Room from 3-5pm on November 20th.
- Forced Into Glory
The Truth About Abraham Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation and the Black Freedom Struggle
- Constitution Day Lecture
Every year, colleges and universities across the country are asked to create events to remember the Constitution under the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2005, Public Law 108-447 (the most recent iteration of the law on Constitution Day).
- Run for Student Government Association (SGA) 2014-2015
The deadline for the PETITION PERIOD to become candidate in election for Student Government Association (SGA)
- Bill Cosby and Frank Savage Speak at York College
Bill Cosby & Frank Savage will be discussing their new books at York College in a special Black History Month presentation in conjunction with the Greater Queens Chapter of The Links, Inc.
- NSSS: Study Of Active pharmaceuticals Ingredients (API) and it's formulation with Non-linear Optical Microscopy by Azhad Chowdhury
Natural Science Seminar Series (NSSS) provides an opportunity to foster the engagement of faculty, students and staff in the scientific enterprise and to cultivate an environment of intellectual discourse and growth by promoting interaction between scientists at every level.
- Poets and Passion A Caribbean Literary Lime
Master storyteller of the West Indies Earl Lovelace.
- Government Secrecy and News Reporting
The York College Journalism Program Enrichment Series Presents: Government Secrecy and News Reporting, know your rights!