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Health BlogAppreciating our Planet Earth
In honor of Earth Day April 22, 2013, an affirmation to the famed and familiar work of Psychologist Abraham Maslow who created the “Hierarchy of Needs” is proper.
Health BlogLatest Diet Craze: The Paleolithic Diet
The Caveman Diet is composed of foods that were commonly eaten during the Paleolithic era thousands of years ago.
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HVAC Shut down at the Main Campus
Lost Jazz Shrines-Bird – A World's Eye View
Student WorkshopsMay 2013 Career Development Workshops
Resume and Cover Letter Writing, The Job Search using Career Express, Interviewing: Fundamentals of Questions and Overall Preparation, and more
“The Man Who Saved CUNY”
Excel Workshops - For Faculty and Staff
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Lester Lambert, who teaches in the BMCC continuing education department, wins a prestigious, citywide award.
Tabitha Rinko-Gay, a former dancer with the New York City Ballet, is the 2013 Valedictorian.
Randol Contreras, author of The Stickup Kids, Race, Drugs, Violence and the American Dream, visited a BMCC class—via Skype.
Students in La-Dana Jenkins’ Career Planning course collected work clothes for the BMCC community and local charities.
Science Professor Jun Liang Rice and her student Tasmia Hoque research pond worms’ response to stress, unlocking secrets to human longevity.
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