18 04, 2022

MCNY Library Stands in Solidarity with the New York Public Library on “Banned Books for All”

2022-04-18T15:28:41-04:00

On April 13, 2022, Tony (Anthony) W. Marx, President of The New York Public Library (NYPL) issued a powerful email statement that reminds us of the rights and freedoms that are often taken for granted. [...]

MCNY Library Stands in Solidarity with the New York Public Library on “Banned Books for All”2022-04-18T15:28:41-04:00
18 04, 2022

Metropolitan College of New York Awarded ALA’s Libraries Transform Communities Engagement Grant

2022-06-03T14:37:34-04:00

CHICAGO  — The American Library Association (ALA) has awarded its third Libraries Transform Communities Engagement Grant to the Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY) and the Sara Hightower Regional Library System in Georgia. The award was [...]

Metropolitan College of New York Awarded ALA’s Libraries Transform Communities Engagement Grant2022-06-03T14:37:34-04:00
20 01, 2022

Let’s Talk about Black Maternity Health: A Reckoning on Racial Equity in NYC

2022-01-26T15:45:16-05:00

By Natalia Sucre, Research and Writing Librarian Looking Back on Our Fall 2021 Roundtable Series  Last semester, we at the library decided to focus our monthly virtual roundtables on the work of the 2021 NYC Racial [...]

Let’s Talk about Black Maternity Health: A Reckoning on Racial Equity in NYC2022-01-26T15:45:16-05:00
22 08, 2021

Dr. Jeff Steen Shares a Story of Strength and Purpose

2021-08-30T10:29:12-04:00

When Dr. Jeffrey Steen teaches in the MCNY Audrey Cohen School for Human Services and Education, he teaches with the purpose, passion and knowledge of our mission. Learn more about how his personal and professional [...]

Dr. Jeff Steen Shares a Story of Strength and Purpose2021-08-30T10:29:12-04:00
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
9 07, 2020

Library Connections in Remote Times #13

2021-08-25T10:05:18-04:00

The Anti-Racist Reading List - Then and Now: Framing the Conversation By Tina Callender, Evening Reference Librarian Weary and exhausted from the pandemic and being socially distanced, isolated from family and friends, at the end of May I --like so [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #132021-08-25T10:05:18-04:00
10 03, 2020

The Cooperative Economy and Communities of Color

2020-03-11T16:27:40-04:00

By Natalia Sucre, Instruction & Digital Services Librarian The Background In early February, the MCNY community witnessed on stage a seldom discussed story: the flourishing of autonomous, Black prosperity in early twentieth-century America. The play [...]

The Cooperative Economy and Communities of Color2020-03-11T16:27:40-04:00
25 11, 2019

“Pizza & Conversation”: A Space for Community Discussion

2019-12-14T10:32:22-05:00

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 [...]

“Pizza & Conversation”: A Space for Community Discussion2019-12-14T10:32:22-05:00