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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

Library Connections in Remote Times #12: Women’s History Month & Earth Month – A Nexus

2021-04-19T18:55:52-04:00

By Natalia Sucre, Instruction & Digital Services Librarian  At our last library virtual roundtable, Women’s Grassroots Leadership: Global/Local, on the last day of Women’s history week, we were led by two distinguished guests --Dr. Pamela Ransom of MCNY and Shorai Chitongo of the Huairou Commission-- through a [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #12: Women’s History Month & Earth Month – A Nexus2021-04-19T18:55:52-04:00

Lakhbir Singh MBA ’15 New Director of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs

2021-04-15T16:23:26-04:00

Please join us in congratulating Lakhbir Singh MBA ’15, our former Associate Director of Financial Aid, as he advances to the director level and helps shape a new role for Metropolitan College of New [...]

Lakhbir Singh MBA ’15 New Director of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs2021-04-15T16:23:26-04:00

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

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

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

Start Building Professional Skills with LEC Tutoring

2021-03-04T12:43:27-05:00

By Nathan Schiller, Director of Academic Support Many MCNY students are adult learners who want their education to be connected directly to their professional fields. That’s why MCNY has accelerated programs and Purpose-Centered Education, whose [...]

Start Building Professional Skills with LEC Tutoring2021-03-04T12:43:27-05:00

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

Library Connections in Remote Times #11: What’s Poetry Got to Do with It?

2021-02-17T11:27:08-05:00

What’s Poetry Got to Do with It? A Community Reading of Amanda Gorman  By Tina Callender  MCNY Library hosted its first roundtable of the new year and semester on February 9th at 5pm. Our topic: Poetry and politics via the work of Amanda Gorman, who most recently commanded the nation’s attention on January 21st. Many thanks to students [...]

Library Connections in Remote Times #11: What’s Poetry Got to Do with It?2021-02-17T11:27:08-05:00