20 04, 2021

MCNY President Joanne Passaro Named to 2021 Higher Ed Power 100 by City and State Magazine

2021-04-20T14:39:44-04:00

Congratulations Dr. Joanne Passaro on being named to the 2021 City and State Higher Education Power 100. This is President Passaro's third award in a row in this category and her fourth honor from City [...]

MCNY President Joanne Passaro Named to 2021 Higher Ed Power 100 by City and State Magazine2021-04-20T14:39:44-04:00
19 04, 2021

WhyHunger.org Highlights MCNY on Blog “The Need for Food (and more) for College Students During COVID-19 and Beyond”

2021-04-19T18:55:07-04:00

John Edwards WhyHunger reached out to John Edwards, MCNY Bronx Campus Executive Director, to discuss students facing food insecurity during Covid-19. Thank you to WhyHunger for highlighting MCNY's efforts. We share and applaud your [...]

WhyHunger.org Highlights MCNY on Blog “The Need for Food (and more) for College Students During COVID-19 and Beyond”2021-04-19T18:55:07-04:00
12 03, 2021

Holly Bonner, BPS’02, MPA’08 Above and Beyond the Call of Duty on NY1 News

2021-03-14T09:26:01-04:00

Staten Island Chaplain Delivers Ashes to Essential Workers By Bree Driscoll, Spectrum NY1 Staten Island Holly Bonner wasn't planning on anointing anyone with ashes on location for Ash Wednesday. The newly ordained Chaplin conducts most [...]

Holly Bonner, BPS’02, MPA’08 Above and Beyond the Call of Duty on NY1 News2021-03-14T09:26:01-04:00
4 03, 2021

Jocelynne Rainey ’97 Named to Crain’s 2021 Notable Black Leaders and Executives

2021-03-06T13:10:21-05:00

It is amazing MCNY alumni like Dr. Jocelynne Rainey '97 that inspire us all to find the purpose in our careers. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Rainey on being named one of Crain's 2021 [...]

Jocelynne Rainey ’97 Named to Crain’s 2021 Notable Black Leaders and Executives2021-03-06T13:10:21-05:00
3 03, 2021

Manhattan Borough President Proclaims March 3, 2021 “George Contreras Appreciation Day”

2021-03-03T16:10:20-05:00

The MCNY Community is proud of Emergency and Disaster Management Professor George Contreras! March 3rd, 2021 has been proclaimed "George Contreras Appreciation Day" by Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer. Join us in congratulating Professor Contreras [...]

Manhattan Borough President Proclaims March 3, 2021 “George Contreras Appreciation Day”2021-03-03T16:10:20-05:00
18 02, 2021

Humphrey Crookendale, J.D. – WINNER! Caribbean Impact Award

2021-02-19T13:41:56-05:00

Please join us in congratulating Humphrey Crookendale Vice President of Academic Affairs and all of the honorees for the Annual Caribbean Impact Awards! The virtual event/live broadcast takes place Thursday, February 18th, 2021 at 7 [...]

Humphrey Crookendale, J.D. – WINNER! Caribbean Impact Award2021-02-19T13:41:56-05:00
28 01, 2021

PUBLISHED! Amy Greenstein, MCNY VP of Enrollment Management on the Evolution of Online Learning and Students Services

2021-01-28T21:22:52-05:00

Leaders at Metropolitan College of New York are leading the way on trends presented by the pandemic in higher education! Amy Greenstein, MCNY Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs Evolution not [...]

PUBLISHED! Amy Greenstein, MCNY VP of Enrollment Management on the Evolution of Online Learning and Students Services2021-01-28T21:22:52-05:00
29 10, 2020

PUBLISHED! Dr. Phil Nufrio for Biden Institute: COVID-19 and Its Economic Impact

2020-11-10T08:42:08-05:00

Dr. Philip M. Dodd-Nufrio is a professor in The School for Public Affairs and Administration at ​​​the Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY).​​ He is an officially elected NJ District Delegate for the Democratic National [...]

PUBLISHED! Dr. Phil Nufrio for Biden Institute: COVID-19 and Its Economic Impact2020-11-10T08:42:08-05:00
28 10, 2020

PUBLISHED! Dr. Eric Fuchs and Dr. Doru Tsaganea on the Covid-19 Pandemic Unexpected Benefits and their Consequences

2020-10-30T14:44:48-04:00

Covid-19 Pandemic and its Impact on College Teaching: The Unexpected Benefits and their Consequences has been published in the Mathematics Teaching-Research Journal online, Vol 12, N3. THE MOST CHALLENGING WEEK EVER Starting on March 10, [...]

PUBLISHED! Dr. Eric Fuchs and Dr. Doru Tsaganea on the Covid-19 Pandemic Unexpected Benefits and their Consequences2020-10-30T14:44:48-04:00
27 10, 2020

George Contreras in lohud: The Tale of Two Lines in One City — COVID and Early Voting

2020-11-09T08:32:44-05:00

George W. Contreras Special to the USA TODAY NETWORK/lohud On Oct. 26, there were more than 8.6 million cases of COVID-19 and nearly 226,000 deaths in the United States. At the global level, there are [...]

George Contreras in lohud: The Tale of Two Lines in One City — COVID and Early Voting2020-11-09T08:32:44-05:00