Russell Sharman, Associate Professor, Anthropology and Archaeology, Brooklyn College is a CUNY Baccalaureate faculty mentor and a writer, filmmaker and anthropologist. He received his PhD in cultural anthropology from Oxford University in 1999 and is the author of two books, THE TENANTS OF EAST HARLEM and NIGHTSHIFT NYC (with his wife, Cheryl Harris Sharman). He [...]
“The CUNY Baccalaureate students I’ve worked with are brilliant, and I’m glad for the opportunity to get to know them,” says Professor Vilna Bashi Treitler, Sociology, Baruch and CUNY Graduate Center.
Dr. George Irish, Director of the Caribbean Research Center in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies at Medgar Evers College is a new CUNY Baccalaureate faculty mentor. Among his numerous publications are several recent works: Libro de Datos (Factbook) – Municipalidades de Bluefields y Laguna de Perlas, Nicaragua, Caribbean Diaspora Press Inc, NY, 2011 Libro de [...]
Dr. David B. Smith is the Chair of the Entertainment Technology Department at NYC College of Technology, where he is a Full Professor specializing in sound and music technology. He is recognized as one of the world leaders in the development of live performance computer instrument systems and is presently a CUNY Baccalaureate mentor for [...]
UN Press Release Note No. 6305, May 2, 2011 United Nations Headquarters to Host Panel Discussion on ‘Getting the Facts Right’, 4 May A panel discussion on “Getting the Facts Right”, to be held at United Nations Headquarters on Wednesday, 4 May, will seek to draw lessons from the recent past from the perspective of [...]
We are please to report that Rosalind Petchesky, Professor of Political Science at Hunter College and a CUNY Baccalaureate faculty mentor will be delivering a lecture later this month (March) at New College, University of Toronto in Canada, sponsored by the Women and Gender Studies (WGS) and Equity Studies Programs; and a keynote lecture at a conference [...]
Poised for its 50th Anniversary next year, the CUNY Graduate Center is adding to its already renowned faculty 12 senior-level professors who will help set the tone for the institution’s next era as a national leader in doctoral and graduate-level education. “At a time in which other universities have frozen or slowed their hiring, we [...]
Prof. William Solecki’s research focuses on urban environmental change and urban spatial development. He is the Director of the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities and has served on several U.S. National Research Council Committees including the Special Committee on Problems in the Environment (SCOPE). He currently is a member of the International Geographical Union (IGU) [...]
Professor Peter J. Marcotullio is a Distinguished Lecturer in the Hunter College Departments of Geography and Urban Affairs and Planning, as well in the CUNY Macaulay Honors College. He is also Senior Fellow at the CUNY Institute for Sustainable Cities and Adjunct Associate Professor at Columbia University Department of Urban Planning. Prior to returning to New [...]
Professor John Waldman, Biology, Queens College. Professor John Waldman, works on the ecology and evolution of anadromous fishes, historical ecology, and urban waterways; he is an expert on the environment and management of New York’s harbor. Before joining Queens College, he worked for 20 years at the Hudson River Foundation for Science and Environmental Research. [...]
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