Scholarship News

CCNY’s Anan Kazi and Kevin Gonzalez earn Salk Scholarships

Anan Kazi and Kevin Gonzalez, two members of The City College of New York’s Class of 2018, are recipients of Jonas E. Salk Scholarships awarded by The City University of New York. The scholarships recognize exceptional students who plan careers in medicine and the biological sciences.

Graduating Senior Cynthia Ly Uses Interesting Classroom Strategies to Ensure a Well-Rounded Education for a Diverse Student Body

Looking to become a high school biology teacher, Ly finds particular techniques that establish equity in a public school setting. By ROBERT JONES JR.   As they prepare for the next stages of their lives, members of the Brooklyn College Class of 2018 share their thoughts on some of the more complex and challenging aspects of […]

Fashion Merchandising Executive, Educator-Scientist and Financial Industry Leader Are This Year’s Queens College Annual Gala Honorees

This year's Queens College Gala, held on Wednesday, May 9, honored three alumni from the fields of fashion, science education and finance.

BIC students recognized with record number of scholarships from The LAGRANT Foundation

An unprecedented five students from The City College of New York’s Branding and Integrated Communications (BIC) master’s degree program have received highly competitive The LAGRANT Foundation (TLF) scholarships, awarded to students who share the foundation’s mission of increasing ethnic diversity in the advertising, marketing, and public relations industries.

$40,000/yr. Transfer Scholarship Awarded to Eleni Romano, Mechanical Engineering Major

Eleni Romano, age 24, a mechanical engineering major at LaGuardia Community College/CUNY (“LaGuardia”), is one of 47 recipients of the 2018 Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. This highly competitive national scholarship provides awardees with up to $40,000 annually for a maximum of three years to complete their bachelor’s degree. “Being selected for the Jack Kent […]

Hunter College Student Safia Mahjebin Wins Prestigious Truman Scholarship

President Jennifer J. Raab announced that Hunter College junior, Safia Mahjebin, has just been named a Truman Scholar. Mahjebin is one of 59 new Truman Scholars selected from among 756 candidates at 311 colleges and universities nationwide. The Truman Scholarship is one of the most coveted of nationally competitive scholarships and supports two years of […]

Computer Science Major Moshe Farah Details the “Privacy Paradox” in the Digital Age

By Robert Jones Jr. As they prepare for the next stages of their lives, members of the Brooklyn College Class of 2018 share their thoughts on some of the more complex and challenging aspects of their areas of study. For more on this year’s commencement, visit our Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages. Use the #BCGrad2018 […]

More than 600 students attended LaGuardia’s recent Immigration Information Fair

Over 45,000 students from more than 150 countries come to LaGuardia Community College each year. Many are recent immigrants, or have immigrant family members and friends. On two days in April 2018, the Immigration Information Fair was held on LaGuardia’s campus to make sure that LaGuardia students have up-to-date information about immigrant rights and resources […]

John Jay’s Ace Program To Welcome A Third Cohort With Support From The Mayor’s Office For Economic Opportunity And The Laura And John Arnold Foundation

Thursday, May 3, 2018 – The Accelerate, Complete and Engage (ACE) program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice will welcome a third cohort of students this fall 2018, with support from the Mayor’s Office of Economic Opportunity (NYC Opportunity) for an additional 275 to 300 students for up to five years. The program is designed to improve […]

JOHN JAY’S ACE PROGRAM TO WELCOME A THIRD COHORT WITH SUPPORT FROM THE MAYOR’S OFFICE FOR ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY AND THE LAURA AND JOHN ARNOLD FOUNDATION

Contact:  Rama Sudhakar, 212-237-8628 Thursday, May 3, 2018 – The Accelerate, Complete and Engage (ACE) program at John Jay College of Criminal Justice will welcome a third cohort of students this fall 2018, with support from the Mayor’s Office of Economic Opportunity (NYC Opportunity) for an additional 275 to 300 students for up to five […]