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Four City Tech students received prizes in the Making Work Visible Labor Arts Contest: Malessa Henry, Owen Muller, Sadeysa Gonzalez and Tenzin Sherpa. Open to CUNY undergraduates, the contest offers cash prizes in four categories: poetry, essay, fiction/non-fiction narratives and art.
New York University Professor Alma Carten Delivers First Victoria Earle Matthews Project Lecture at City Tech
The Health and Human Services Department at City Tech, in conjunction with the African American Studies Department, held its first Victoria Earle Matthews Project lecture on how gender, race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, and class intersect to impact health and human services on April 3. Dr. Alma Carten, professor and social worker from New York University, placed Matthews’ life in a historical context in her presentation “Making Connections: Social Work Practice in the 19th and 20th Century.”
On April 24, 2014, English Department Professor Jane Mushabac will be reading her fiction at Brooklyn College’s “Symposium on Yiddish and Ladino: Jewish Languages Used by Women and Other Jews.” The event, a part of the Annual Frances Haidt Lecture Series, is co-sponsored by The Wolfe Institute for the Humanities, the Departments of Judaic Studies, Puerto Rican and Latino Studies, the Women’s and Gender Studies Program, the Office of the President, and the Carol Zicklin Visiting Chair in the Honors Academy.
City Tech’s Department of Entertainment Technology’s Theatreworks, in collaboration with Clown Cloud Productions, presented Wing-Man, a multi-media one-man show created and performed by Mark Gindick at the College’s Voorhees Theatre in Downtown Brooklyn on March 26-29. Direction was by West Hyler with projection design by Jason Thompson, choreography by Danny Mefford, set design by Stephen Marsh, and animation design by Ryan Cushman. Sue Brandt, professor of production management at City Tech, was the lighting designer.
City Tech to Host LoopFest XIII International Workshop on Theoretical Challenges from the Large Hadron Collider and a Future International Linear Collider
On June 18-20, 2014, the Department of Physics and the Center for Theoretical Physics at New York City College of Technology of The City University of New York will host LoopFest XIII, the latest is a series of workshops designed to provide a forum to coordinate activities focused on the theoretical challenges from the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, and the ultra-high experimental precision of a future International Linear Collider.
New York City College of Technology in Downtown Brooklyn will host two panel discussions on Thursday, April 24 as part of a week-long series of events sponsored by Brooklyn Tech Triangle to connect local tech/creative firms with the area’s 50,000-plus college students. The events are free and open to the public.
Monique Ferrell, Professor of English, has been named City Tech’s 2014 Scholar on Campus. She will present her lecture “Screaming Mimis, Laughing Black Medusas, and Other Tales from the Yoke: An Introduction to the Creative Voice and Poetry Reading,” on Monday, April 7, at 5 p.m., in Namm Hall 119, 300 Jay Street, Downtown Brooklyn. The lecture is open to the public and free.
A group of veterans from Military Women In Power gathered to talk about their experiences in the armed forces for the Women in the Military Forum on March 13 in the Atrium Amphitheater. The event was sponsored by the Student Government Association and Veteran Support Services as part of City Tech’s Women’s History Month celebration.
Louisa Garcia, an Advertising Design & Graphic Arts (ADGA) major, president of the Art Director's Club, and editor of Command + J, City Tech's design magazine, can now add another skill set to her repertoire: fundraiser.
Professors Russo and Strickler Elected President and Vice President of National Federation of Opticianry School
On February 29, 2014, at the annual business meeting of the National Federation of Opticianry Schools (NFOS) in Dallas, Texas, New York City College of Technology Professors Robert J. Russo and Kimberly Strickler were elected president and vice president, respectively.
Award-Winning Poet Cornelius Eady is Guest Speaker at City Tech's Literary Arts Festival on April 10
City Tech will host its 33rd Annual Literary Arts Festival on Thursday, April 10, 5:30 p.m., in Midway Auditorium, 240 Jay Street, Downtown Brooklyn. The poet Cornelius Eady will be this year's guest speaker. The event is free and open to the public.
More than 90 students from City Tech's hospitality management program volunteered to assist many of the nation’s top chefs at the 2014 Taste of the NFL held at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal on February 1.
City Tech Co-Sponsors March 21 Conference on Whether the Revived Economy of the Brooklyn Waterfront is Global
A half-day conference on whether the revived economy of the Brooklyn waterfront is global, sponsored by City Tech's Brooklyn Waterfront Research Center and City College's University Transportation Research Center, will take place on Friday, March 21, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., in the Old Courtroom, Brooklyn Borough Hall, Downtown Brooklyn.
New York City College of Technology students have been selected as one of 20 teams worldwide to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy's 2015 Solar Energy Decathlon.
Eric Adams, Brooklyn Borough President, Coins Himself Chief Executive of the ‘Baddest’ Borough of the ‘Baddest’ City at a City Tech Reception in His Honor
The Black Women's Networking Committee, in celebration of Black History Month, hosted a reception for the Honorable Eric Adams, Borough President of Brooklyn, on Thursday, February 27, at City Tech.
Illya Azaroff, an associate professor in the Department of Architectural Technology at New York City College of Technology, is recipient of the 2014 Young Architects Award from the American Institute of Architects (AIA).
Renata Budny, an assistant professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at New York City College of Technology, is recipient of the 2014 Educator of the Year Award from the National Association of Dental Laboratories (NADL).
The African American Studies Department at New York City College of Technology with the support of Faculty Commons, Black Male Initiative and Black Women's Networking Committee will celebrate Black History Month with the following exhibit and events during February 2014.
New York City College of Technology Associate Provost Pamela Brown recently announced nominees for the 2014-2015 Scholar on Campus Award — Sandra Cheng, Humanities, Monique Ferrell, English, and Benjamin Shepard, Human Services. The recipient will be announced this spring and the award presentation and celebratory dinner will be held on Monday, April 7, beginning at 5 p.m.
More than twenty of the nation's top chefs and restaurateurs will be turning out to help City Tech raise scholarship money for its award-winning Hospitality Management program on Thursday, March 13, from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m., in the College's Janet Lefler Dining Room, 300 Jay Street, Downtown Brooklyn.
Congratulations to architectural technology student Sittha Siriprakaisak, recipient of a $250 CUNY Thomas Tam Scholarship Honorable Mention Award presented at the Asian American/Asian Research Institute's (AAARI) 12th Annual Gala in November 2013.
City Tech Assistant Professor of Business Lucas Bernard was interviewed earlier this fall by Deutsche Welle, the German equivalent of BBC or National Public Radio, on the financial aspects of commodity trading. Although prompted, in part, by news that Goldman-Sachs was involved in “warehousing” aluminum to avoid pricing regulations, the interview focused on the financial aspects of commodity trading that are not obvious to the casual observer and that can go beyond the simple supply-demand models most frequently used to organize thinking about these phenomena.
City Tech Student Teams Take Two Blue Ribbons, Earn Jury Felicitations at 2013 International Restaurant Show
Congratulations to all City Tech students, faculty and staff who participated in the 2013 International Hotel/Motel & Restaurant Show, November 9-12, at Jacob Javits Convention Center in Manhattan. The confectionery team's Occasional Cake received Felicitations of the Jury and the City Tech team table garnered two blue ribbons.
Former City Tech Valedictorian Jean-Michel Voltaire ‘00 Wins Award for Founding Haiti Relief Organization Based on Soccer
Jean-Michel Voltaire, City Tech's 2000 valedictorian, who went on to become a U.S. Department of Justice trial attorney, was awarded the 2013 Attorney General’s Community Service Award for his humanitarian work in Haiti.
Effects of Simulated ‘Dirty Bomb’ on NYC Subway, Streets Studied by City Tech and Other Students, Brookhaven Lab and NYPD
City Tech was at the hub of the largest field study of its kind investigating how airborne contaminants disperse in a dense, complex, urban-coastal environment like New York City. Ninety students from ten universities participated in this cutting-edge research as summer interns on three days in July 2013, measuring and helping to model the atmospheric concentrations of a simulated "dirty bomb's" plume above and below the ground in various locations in the city. Forty of the students were from City Tech.
The Northeastern Gnathological Society (NGS) Fall Meeting took place on Friday, November 8, 2013, and was hosted by City Tech’s Department of Restorative Dentistry.
City Tech Student Intern Among New York State Assembly’s 2013 Distinguished Intern Reports Award Winners
City Tech student Lourdes J. Cajamarca, who is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Legal Assistant Studies, has been named one of nine 2013 New York State Assembly Distinguished Intern Reports honorees.
One-hundred-ninety-one students were inducted into the City Tech chapter of The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) in October 2013.
City Tech students, faculty and staff will celebrate the life of Michele Forsten, City Tech’s director of communications, at a 1:30 p.m. Memorial Service on November 20.
African American Studies Adjunct Professor Jesse McCarroll has been named recipient of the National Alliance of Black School Educators' (NABSE) 2013 Lifetime Achievement Award.
City Tech Dental Hygiene Lecturer Diana Macri, RDH, BSDH, Ms. Ed., was featured on the American Dental Hygienists Association National Bilingual Radio Media Tour on October 2 in observance of National Dental Hygiene Month.
Black Solidarity Day Celebration on November 4 to Feature Talk by Award-winning Writer and Lecturer Farai Chideya
Hosted by the Department of African American Studies, the 2013 Black Solidarity Day celebration at New York City College of Technology will feature a talk by award-winning author, journalist, professor and lecturer Farai Chideya, who will address the Black Solidarity Day theme, “Understanding Trayvon Martin in the Age of the Obamas.”
New York City College of Technology will hold a ceremonial groundbreaking to mark the construction of a new academic complex at the corner of Tillary and Jay Streets in Downtown Brooklyn on Friday, October 25, 2013. The new complex is being constructed on the site formerly occupied by the Klitgord Building.
New York City College of Technology’s (City Tech) high-tech haunted hotel, “The Gravesend Inn,” returns again this year to Voorhees Theatre, 186 Jay Street (north of Tillary), Downtown Brooklyn, and is bigger and scarier than ever.
To help train and prepare college students for today and tomorrow’s growing number of high tech jobs, New York City’s Department of Small Business Services (SBS) has partnered with New York City College of Technology (City Tech), the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and Brooklyn Tech Triangle to offer students paid summer internship positions.
The New York City College of Technology community was saddened to learn of the passing of alumnus and internationally acclaimed artist Stephen Antonakos, 86, in August 2013.
Some City Tech alumni and still working or retired faculty and staff who were in certain areas of Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO during the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center may be eligible for a government program that will monitor their health and provide benefits if they became sick or become sick as a result of the attack.
Lionel Presume was named Chief of the Department of Public Safety in late August 2013.
City Tech's Jacqueline Anscombe and Alexandria Bottiglieri were two of just six students worldwide honored with the 2013 John and Helen Meyer Scholarship to the Live Design Broadway Sound Master Classes (BSMC).
A group of City Tech students recently presented the design work they created for the non-profit organization You Are Never Alone (YANA) at the MoMA PS1 VW Dome 2 in Rockaway Beach.
More than 100 seniors from New York City College of Technology (City Tech) and 13 city high schools were congratulated by Robert W. Walsh, Commissioner of the New York City Department of Small Business Services (SBS), for successfully completing the Scholars at Work program.
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