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City Tech Chapter of National Society of Collegiate Scholars Inducts 191 Students

One-hundred-ninety-one students were inducted into the City Tech chapter of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) on October 24, 2013. Dr. Sandie Han, Department of Mathematics, was keynote speaker at the ceremony. Earlier this year, Dr. Han received the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics Instruction. » Read More

Professor Emeritus Jesse McCarroll Named Recipient of NABSE Lifetime Achievement Award

Professor Emeritus of Music Jesse McCarroll has been named recipient of the National Alliance of Black School Educators’ (NABSE) 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award. The award is bestowed upon individuals in recognition of their outstanding lifetime efforts and achievements on behalf of the African American and larger communities. The award will be presented on November 15 at the NABSE Awards Celebration in Detroit, Michigan. » Read More

Black Solidarity Day Celebration on November 4 to Feature Talk by Award-winning Writer and Lecturer Farai Chideya

Hosted by the Department of African American Studies, the 2013 Black Solidarity Day celebration at New York City College of Technology on November 4, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., in the Atrium Amphitheater, 300 Jay Street (at Tillary), Downtown Brooklyn, will feature a talk by award-winning author, journalist, professor and lecturer Farai Chideya, who will address the Black Solidarity Day theme, "Understanding Trayvon Martin in the Age of the Obamas." » Read More

City Tech Joins in Mourning Passing of World-Acclaimed Alumnus

The New York City College of Technology community was saddened to learn of the passing of alumnus and internationally acclaimed artist Stephen Antonakos, 86, in August 2013. Mr. Antonakos was a 1949 graduate of the New York State Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences, the name City Tech carried until 1953. Mr. Antonakos began his career as a commercial illustrator, who went on to make illumination an essential component of his work. » Read More

Sixth Edition of 'City Tech Writer' Celebrated at President's Reception

City Tech Provost Bonne August sang the praises of forty-one newly published student authors at a reception on May 5, 2011, hosted by President Russell K. Hotzler. The event marked the publication of the sixth edition of City Tech Writer.
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In Two New Books, Professor Shepard Shows Activism Can Be Fun

Changing the world can be fun, according to Benjamin Shepard, assistant professor of human services at City Tech. His two recently published books explore the use of play as a valuable component of social movements and political activism, from the local to the national level.
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City Tech Wins $900K in Grants for Two Early College High School Partnerships

City Tech — in partnership with two Brooklyn high schools — was awarded two of just 16 state-wide "Smart Scholars Early College High Schools (ECHS)" grants funded by Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Each of the two grants was for $450,000, the largest amount awarded, and covers a three-year period.
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Professor Garfinkle's New Book Looks to Great Leaders to Model Success for Children at Risk for Depression

Great leaders exhibit courage, vision and charisma that make them role models. City Tech's Martin Garfinkle is more interested in a lesser-known trait common to several — clinical depression — to show how their personal struggles could be used to help children at risk for this condition.
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City Tech Professor Mushabac Named 2011 Scholar on Campus

Writer, historian and playwright Jane Mushabac, City Tech's 2011 Scholar on Campus, performed and discussed her Sephardic short story "Pasha: Ruminations of David Aroughetti" on Monday, April 11.
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NASPAAM Honors Dr. McCarroll with Lifetime Achievement Award

The National Association for the Study and Performance of African-American Music (NASPAAM) has honored City Tech Professor Emeritus Jesse McCarroll with its Lifetime Achievement Award.
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