City Tech Provost Bonne August sang the praises of forty-one newly published student authors at a reception on May 5, 2011, hosted by President Russell K. Hotzler. The event marked the publication of the sixth edition of City Tech Writer.
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Changing the world can be fun, according to Benjamin Shepard, assistant professor of human services at City Tech. His two recently published books explore the use of play as a valuable component of social movements and political activism, from the local to the national level. » Read More
City Tech – in partnership with two Brooklyn high schools – was awarded two of just 16 state-wide "Smart Scholars Early College High Schools (ECHS)" grants funded by Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature. Each of the two grants was for $450,000, the largest amount awarded, and covers a three-year period. » Read More
Great leaders exhibit courage, vision and charisma that make them role models. City Tech’s Martin Garfinkle is more interested in a lesser-known trait common to several – clinical depression – to show how their personal struggles could be used to help children at risk for this condition. » Read More
Writer, historian and playwright Jane Mushabac, City Tech's 2011 Scholar on Campus, performed and discussed her Sephardic short story "Pasha: Ruminations of David Aroughetti" on Monday, April 11. » Read More
The National Association for the Study and Performance of African-American Music (NASPAAM) has honored City Tech Professor Emeritus Jesse McCarroll with its Lifetime Achievement Award. » Read More