27 04, 2022

Metropolitan College of New York Names Kristin Curry Chief Development Officer

2022-04-27T15:30:38-04:00

New York, NY – April 28, 2022 – Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY) is pleased to announce that Kristin Curry has been appointed Chief Development Officer. Curry will be leading MCNY’s fundraising and alumni [...]

Metropolitan College of New York Names Kristin Curry Chief Development Officer2022-04-27T15:30:38-04:00
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
22 03, 2022

Xamayla D. Rose, MBA’17 — A Degree in Fighting the Battle Against Systemic Inequities

2022-03-23T06:03:34-04:00

Named City and State New York Magazine 50 Most Remarkable Women Improving New York "This pandemic tested all of us. It tested our ability to lead in a crisis. It tested NYC's safety net and [...]

Xamayla D. Rose, MBA’17 — A Degree in Fighting the Battle Against Systemic Inequities2022-03-23T06:03:34-04:00
14 03, 2022

Dean Joanne Ardovini–Focused on Challenges Faced by Marginalized Academics

2022-03-14T15:38:02-04:00

Where do the experts teach?  Metropolitan College of New York! March 10-13,  Dr. Joanne Ardovini, Dean for the Audrey Cohen School for Human Services & Education, Masters in Public Administration, Masters in Community Health Education, [...]

Dean Joanne Ardovini–Focused on Challenges Faced by Marginalized Academics2022-03-14T15:38:02-04:00
23 12, 2021

Dr. Jocelynne Rainey ’97 Advancing Racial Justice and Community-Led Change

2021-12-23T07:23:03-05:00

Please join us in congratulating 1997 School for Public Affairs and Administration graduate Jocelynne Rainey, Ed.D., on her new position as President and CEO of Brooklyn Community Foundation. "I have spent much of my career working [...]

Dr. Jocelynne Rainey ’97 Advancing Racial Justice and Community-Led Change2021-12-23T07:23:03-05:00
15 11, 2021

MCNY Observes Transgender Day of Remembrance

2021-11-15T14:41:36-05:00

"Transgender Day of Remembrance seeks to highlight the losses we face due to anti-transgender bigotry and violence. I am no stranger to the need to fight for our rights, and the right to simply [...]

MCNY Observes Transgender Day of Remembrance2021-11-15T14:41:36-05:00
6 09, 2021

MCNY Commemorates 10th Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street with Exhibit

2021-09-15T14:09:59-04:00

September 8, 2021 - Commemorating the 10th Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street (OWS), in the spirit of its founding, Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY) will exhibit a portion of the artwork designed by [...]

MCNY Commemorates 10th Anniversary of Occupy Wall Street with Exhibit2021-09-15T14:09:59-04:00
1 09, 2021

Jason Foster MBA’11 Bringing a Community’s Vision for an Economic Catalyst to Life in Destination Crenshaw

2021-09-13T12:10:38-04:00

Even a pandemic can't stand in the way of an MCNY Alum with PURPOSE! Jason Foster MBA'11, President & Chief Operating Officer at Destination Crenshaw aims to bring the community’s vision for an economic [...]

Jason Foster MBA’11 Bringing a Community’s Vision for an Economic Catalyst to Life in Destination Crenshaw2021-09-13T12:10:38-04:00
12 08, 2021

Library Connections in Remote Times #21: Feminism, Solidarity, and Intersectional Work

2021-10-15T12:43:26-04:00

Local Politics Part 4: A View from Queens  By Kate Adler, Director of Library Services   We concluded the Library’s Local Politics series with a focus on women in politics and on the borough of Queens. Carolyn Tran ran for City Council in District 25, which [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #21: Feminism, Solidarity, and Intersectional Work2021-10-15T12:43:26-04:00