2012/2013 Archived News
Community advocate and businessman Anthony Herbert will speak on “Obtaining the Power to Move Forward,” as part of City Tech’s celebration of Black Solidarity Day, on Monday, November 5, 2012, in the Atrium Amphitheater.
City Tech's student enrollment grew slightly this fall, exceeding 16,100 students due to an increase in the number of returning students and growing interest in the College’s baccalaureate offerings.
City Tech’s Fall 2012 Open House for prospective students and their families will be held on Sunday, October 28, from 1 to 4 p.m., in the Klitgord Center Auditorium, 285 Jay Street (at Tillary), Downtown Brooklyn.
Kimberly La Force entered the bachelor's degree program in nursing at City Tech with one year as a Registered Nurse already under her belt. She graduated as a soon-to-be-published playwright (with her degree, of course).
Dr. Pamela Brown, a chemical engineer who served for seven years as dean of the School of Arts & Sciences at City Tech, has been promoted to associate provost at the College. She reports to City Tech Provost Bonne August.
Roald Hoffmann, winner of the 1981 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and escapee from a Nazi labor camp in Poland, will speak on "Returning, Remembering, Forgiving," at New York City College of Technology (City Tech) on Thursday, November 8, 12:45 p.m., in the Atrium Amphitheater.
A collection of essays by William Diver (1921-1995) – professor of linguistics at Columbia from 1955 until his retirement in 1989 and the intellectual founder of the Columbia School of Linguistics – has been co-edited, annotated and presented by City Tech’s Alan Huffman and City College’s Joseph Davis.
In August, City Tech's ACCESS FOR WOMEN (AFW) program and the American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) hosted "A Celebration of Achievements" applauding middle school students for their academic and technical work in AABE's 2012 Summer Energy Academy.
“My book proposes a pluralistic universe, in which the mind and mental images cannot be reduced to matter in the form of the brain,” says Hugh McDonald.
Kubee Kassaye's journey from a small farming village in Ethiopia to working as a chef in a five-star hotel in Manhattan was filled with challenges. But through it all, her passion for cooking, combined with two life-changing events, enabled her to successfully navigate the obstacles in grand style.
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