8 01, 2020

Yvette Thomas-Henry, MSA’92 Named General Manager of Four Seasons Resort, Nevis, West Indies

2020-01-14T16:17:25-05:00Categories: #myMCNY Stories, Alumni, College News, Featured Alumni, Human Services & Education, Press Room, Public Affairs and Administration, Top Stories|

Caribbean native returns home, bringing decades of diverse hospitality experience to the role! The award-winning Four Seasons Resort Nevis has named Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts Regional Vice President Yvette Thomas-Henry as its newest General [...]

6 01, 2020

Marisol Baez — A Community Advocate Whose Influence ‘Spreads Like Wildfire’

2020-01-06T12:45:07-05:00Categories: #myMCNY Stories, Alumni, College News, Featured Alumni, Human Services & Education, Press Room, Top Stories|

Marisol Baez at work - Photographed by Erica Price for The New York Times Marisol Baez, 2013 Human Services always knew she wanted to be a social worker. Today, she the Community Coordinator [...]

29 12, 2019

It’s the Relaunch of the MCNY Audrey Cohen School for Human Services Alumni Network! 

2020-01-02T15:09:06-05:00Categories: Announcement, College News, Human Services & Education, MCNY Bronx, Top Stories|

"OVER 55 YEARS OF PURPOSE! The Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education was born out of social justice and change.  Join us in reflecting on how far we have come and the ground [...]

19 12, 2019

MCNY is Where the EXPERTS Teach! MPA Professor Phil Nufrio in the PA Times

2020-01-02T12:37:54-05:00Categories: College News, Press Room, Public Affairs and Administration, Top Stories|

The Human And Financial Toll of Hurricanes: Where Does The Country Go From Here? By Philip M. Nufrio, Roseanne Mirabella and Bev Cigler Here's a clip from the November issue of PA Times! According to [...]

10 12, 2019

Questions of “American” “Citizenship” with Professor Wallace Ford, II

2019-12-16T14:40:54-05:00Categories: College News, Learning Commons, Library|Tags: , , |

By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services Thanksgiving may, for some of us, be a fun holiday, with food and family; but it is also a day that represents some of the darkest aspects [...]

5 12, 2019

MCNY’s Dr. Lessie Branch Continues to Examine the State of Education in the Bronx

2019-12-05T14:25:05-05:00Categories: Academics, Announcement, Business, College News, MCNY Bronx, Press Room, Top Stories|

WEEKDAY MAGAZINE – School Choice and Bronx Gentrification by Dr. Lessie Branch, School for Business Associate Dean and Dr. Edward Summers as published in ThisistheBronx.info December 4, 2019 In our October 2019 interview on BronxTalk, we [...]

1 12, 2019

Professor Theodor Damian Retires from MCNY Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education

2019-12-09T14:54:53-05:00Categories: Announcement, College News, Human Services & Education, MCNY Bronx, Press Room, Top Stories|

Dear MCNY Community, I am writing to inform you of the retirement of our beloved colleague, Dr. Theodor Damian. Dr. Damian has been a pillar of the MCNY Community since 1992. He began his career [...]

25 11, 2019

“Pizza & Conversation”: A Space for Community Discussion

2019-12-14T10:32:22-05:00Categories: College News, Learning Commons, Library, Top Stories|Tags: , , |

By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services The Plan A library is built on the “radical” belief that access to ideas and information is a human right.  Libraries serve the unique needs and the [...]