Tony Wan, the valedictorian of York's Class of 2012, is a featured student in "Stony Brook Matters,"a publication of Stony Brook University, where he is a first-year medical student.
Nearly 30 Occupational Therapy students recently realized their dream of graduating with their BS/MS degree from York College, CUNY.
After twenty-five years of being wrongfully incarcerated, Johnny Hincapie, now 43, came to York College, CUNY to speak to the college community about his ordeal in prison and his rise through despair through family support and religious faith.
On November 8th 2015, Queens held its annual walk for Breast Cancer and members of York College, CUNY's National Society of Leadership and Success participated in the walk.
Professor Tom Moore recently took students from his Digital Photojournalism class off campus to the funeral of Detective Randolph Holder.
When I started my academic career, I knew I wanted to go to York College. I did not know though what course of study I wanted to pursue. It was in the Behavioral Sciences where my passion grew. Political Science and the Pre-Law program were the disciplines that allowed me to discover altruism.
Two York College, CUNY Aviation Management students had the summer internship of a lifetime and have returned to campus filled with gratitude.
York College Assistant Professor Tom Moore of the English Dept./Journalism Program, has spent the last few months researching and planning in-depth news stories on a crucial but largely ignored moment in the history of New York City, the Battle of Brooklyn during the Revolutionary War.
Patrick G. Gomez Menzies, a York College graduate of the Class of 2013, was recently awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Gilliam Fellowship for Advanced Study. It will help fund his doctoral studies at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. HHMI expanded the program to include a wider group of applicants to encourage more PhD students who are “committed to diversity.” Menzies will receive $43,000 per year toward his studies over the next three years.
REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in Satellite and Ground-Based Remote Sensing at NOAA-CREST_2
This project seeks to continue to provide undergraduate students an opportunity to conduct intensive, collaborative satellite and ground-based remote sensing research with faculty mentors from within the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Cooperative Remote Sensing Science and Technology Center (NOAA-CREST) consortium.
REU: Earth and Planetary Science and Astrophysics (in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History)
The AMNH Division of Physical Sciences, in collaboration with the City University of New York (CUNY), is pleased to offer summer undergraduate research opportunities in Astrophysics and Earth and Planetary Sciences.
Baruch College, City University of New York is currently recruiting students for participation in a training program funded by the National Science Foundation entitled Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU).
The Brooklyn College Neuroscience REU Program provides students the opportunity to immerse in rich and innovative mentored research experiences in clinical, cognitive and behavioral neuroscience. The 15-week program aims to engage students in: comprehensive laboratory research, scholarly didactics, research ethics training, and professional research dissemination.
REU Global Climate Research at Medgar Evers College is collaborating with the Goddard Institute for Space Studies Center for Global Climate Research
Since its founding in 1847 as the first municipally financed institution of higher education, the City College of New York (CCNY) has taken seriously its mission to educate “the children of the whole people, and to do so in an institution of the highest grade.” These words of our first president have served to guide the College in its subsequent development of high quality programs in sciences, arts, and professions.
Hunter College is one of only nine institutions of higher education in the country to offer an interdisciplinary program in quantitative biology. Students majoring in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics or Statistics can add a quantitative biology concentration to their major.
The Program for Research Initiatives in Science and Math (PRISM) at John Jay College provides an opportunity for Forensic Science students to engage in the process of scientific research while completing their degree.
NOAA-CREST aims to educate and train a diverse group of students, early career scientists, and engineers to become competent professionals in NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) related STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) sciences.
Hunter College aims to expand and develop drug abuse research. Their program is currently recruiting students and give priority to students from historically disadvantaged backgrounds.
The MARC and RISE programs are NIH (National Institutes of Health) funded programs that aim to increase the numbers of talented underrepresented minority groups in the sciences.