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City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism

All pictures on this page I took this during a conference at the Graduate School of Journalism on political advertising in Jun 2012.

The Community and Ethnic Media Initiative & Community and Ethnic Media Initiative & New York Press Association hosted a panel discussion How to get political advertisements during election season
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Below and right, Ernest Opong, son of Ghana, publisher of Amandla and
board member of Center for Media and Peace Initiatives and co-chair of the conference held at Rutgers University in Jun 2012 click here.  Ghana click here.

Basil Smikle, a son of Jamaica whose public relations firm helped get First Lady Senator Secretary of State Hon Mrs Hillary Rodham Clinton elected senator and Hon Mr Michael Bloomberg relected mayor is shown below on the panel and speaking with a member of the audience.

Other panelists: Howard P Sturman, Publisher & CEO of Home Town Media Group; Ernest Lendler, President of Branford Communications, Inc.; Evan Stavisky; and David Keisman, Publisher of Manhattan Times. 

The moderator was Michelle Rea, Executive Director New York Press Association, she is the lady on the far left in the bottom picture.

Events at the City University of New York. Many are free.

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Professor Melani Trailblazer for Equal Pay and Promotion for CUNY Women Faculty and Staff

The lawsuit, brought by the CUNY Women’s Coalition against CUNY in 1973, argued that a pattern of sex discrimination against female faculty existed throughout CUNY. In 1983, Judge Lee P.Gagliardi of the US district court in Manhattan ruled in favor of the CUNY women’s Coalition.



Mon, 11 Nov 2019 15:04:39 +0000


Critical Voices: Confronting Harm Caused by Multinational Corporations

SORENSEN CENTER’S “CRITICAL VOICES: FROM LOCAL TO GLOBAL”

A CONVERSATION WITH FRANCISCO RAMIREZ CUELLAR AND JORGE ALVIS

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 | 5:00 PM Program & Reception

 

Join the Sorensen Center for International Peace and Justice on Wednesday, November 13, for a “Critical Voices: From Local to Global” discussion with Francisco Ramirez Cuellar, chief counsel for strategic litigation at the National Movement for Victims of Multinational Corporations in Colombia, on how Afro-Colombian, Indigenous, and Campesino communities are confronting multinational corporations and the damage these corporations have inflicted upon them. Jorge Alvis, a graduate student at CUNY Graduate Center’s Latin-American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures Ph.D program, will preside.

RSVP required.

Ramirez is a labor and human rights lawyer and has led cases against various extractive and agro-industrial companies for committing crimes of war and crimes against humanity. These corporations are being tried in the United States and in the United Kingdom and after years of litigation will soon be tried under Universal Jurisdiction. He co-authored The Profits of Extermination: Big Mining in Colombia with Aviva Chomsky. Alvis is the co-chair of the Colombian Studies Group at CUNY Graduate Center which is a chartered organization that promotes interdisciplinary debates in the U.S. regarding Colombian-American affairs through cultural promotion, academic collaboration, and civic education.

Co-sponsors for this discussion include: Colombian Studies Group at CUNY Graduate Center, Black Law Students Association, Environmental Justice Coalition, International Law Society, Labor Coalition, Latin American Law Students Association, Law Review, and National Lawyers Guild

The Sorensen Center’s “Critical Voices: From Local to Global” speaker series features extraordinary leaders from around the world discussing groundbreaking issues.

 



Thu, 07 Nov 2019 15:52:09 +0000


BCC Concert Series Presents Soprano Stephanie Lamprea

Her solo performances have been described as “electrifying”, and she was awarded 2nd place in the international John Cage Awards, sponsored by the John Cage Orgel Stiftung in Halberstadt, Germany. Her work in curation was also recently awarded a grant from the Puffin Foundation.
Stephanie devours mammoth works of virtuosity and extended technique with ease and creative insight. Works of note she has performed include Kate Soper’s IPSA DIXIT, Georges Aperghis’14 Recitations, Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire, Luciano Berio’s Folk Songs, and Shostakovich’s Seven Verses of Alexander Blok. She has performed as a solo and chamber musician at National Sawdust, Spectrum, Shapeshifter Lab, Miller Theater at Columbia University, Symphony Space, the Terrace Theater at Kennedy Center, the Slipper Room, and Park Avenue Armory.

 



Tue, 05 Nov 2019 20:07:31 +0000


SEES Colloquium

Stephen Arnott, PhD, currently a lecturer in the Biology Department at Queens College will present his research on some of the processes that control the degree of population synchrony of 30 fish species along a 200 km stretch of coastline, drawing on an extremely data-rich fishery survey comprising more than 20,000 net deployments over a 25-year period. The species studied showed dramatic variation in their degree of population synchrony. Long-term climatic records indicate that winter conditions play a key role in the control of population synchrony along the coastline.

Email address for information requests: gstewart@qc.cuny.edu



Tue, 05 Nov 2019 19:59:03 +0000


Joyce W. Warren Colloquium

A workshop, discussion, and activity expanding the conversation of consent from interpersonal relations towards larger oppressive systems of domination. Highlighting the social hierarchies and western colonial binaries responsible for rape culture. Activities include watching short clips to assess popular/mainstream culture’s consent (or lack thereof) and a participatory activity on what prior informed consent can look like. These conversations hope to display how getting collective-individual consent is an imperative aspect of autonomy.

The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.

 



Fri, 01 Nov 2019 17:47:28 +0000


World on Wednesday Lecture Series – Career Opportunities and Student Programs in the Department of State

She will also speak with students about State Department career opportunities including careers, fellowships, and internships.
Diplomats-in-Residence (DIRs) are experienced Foreign Service Officers who can provide additional guidance regarding career opportunities and student programs. http://careers.state.gov.

The World on Wednesday lecture series is sponsored by the Center for Global Engagement. This is a CC CLUE event. If you wish to present, please contact Winnie Brophy at 718.982.2100 or winnie.brophy@csi.cuny.edu.



Tue, 08 Oct 2019 15:36:28 +0000


Campus Tour
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Fri, 20 Sep 2019 20:56:39 +0000


Online Q&A Session: MA and Advanced Certificate Disability Studies Programs

Register for this event on the CUNY SPS website.

The disability studies programs at CUNY SPS have been recognized by The New York Times as being among the top in the country, and are the first of their kind in the nation. Developed by expert practitioners and leaders in the disability industry, our programs offer an avenue for you to develop new skills, deepen your understanding of disability, and earn valuable credentials that can lead to career advancement.

We invite you to attend this online Q&A session to learn more about our MA and Advanced Certificate programs in Disability Studies. Visit sps.cuny.edu/disabilitymappt to review our presentation and then join us online to ask our Academic Director any questions you might have.



Mon, 16 Sep 2019 11:59:55 +0000


Biology Colloquium

Meera Sundaram (University of Pennsylvania);

Open to Everyone

Email address for information requests: rhabig@qc.cuny.edu
 



Tue, 03 Sep 2019 19:47:58 +0000


Media Studies Colloquium Series

Mark Stahlman is the founder of the Center for the Study of Digital Life, a not-for-profit strategic research group dedicated to understanding the effects of digital technologies on civilizations. He will discuss how digital technology retrieves many aspects of the “sensibility” of the medieval period of history.

Email address for information requests: josh@rushkoff.com



Mon, 26 Aug 2019 21:28:20 +0000
CUNY is paid for by the State of New York, Federal funding, private donations, the City of New York and tuition fees. It is the largest urban university in the Americas with 24 institutions:
- 11 are 4-year colleges
- 7 are 2-year colleges
- the William E Macaulay Honors College at CUNY
- the Graduate School and University Center
- the City University of New York School of Law
- CUNY School of Journalism
- the Sophie Davis School of Biomedical Education.

 More than 260,000 degree-credit students and 273,000 continuing and professional education students are enrolled at campuses located in all five New York City boroughs. (Source: CUNY and Wikipedia)
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Researchers troubleshoot barriers to HIV care and treatment after diagnosis
When an individual is diagnosed with HIV, it is important that they are enrolled in an HIV care and treatment program to get the medical and emotional support they need. Evidence shows that expansions of the anti-retroviral treatment (ART) eligibility criteria prior to the current “universal treatment” recommendation increased the amount of people initiating ART […]

Tue, 12 Nov 2019 17:31:40 +0000


Assessing efforts to lower maternal and child mortality in Togo
Over the past decade, rates of maternal and child morbidity and mortality in Togo have remained high despite global progress. Child mortality among children under five years old in the West African nation is attributed to diseases that are easy and cheap to prevent and treat, including malaria, acute lower respiratory infections, and diarrheal diseases. […]

Tue, 12 Nov 2019 17:24:59 +0000


Renowned physicist Michio Kaku receives Finley award, four distinguished alumni receive CCNY honors
Michio Kaku, the internationally renowned theoretical physicist and co-founder of string theory, is the 2019 recipient of the John H. Finley Award. The award is given out by the Alumni Association of The City College of New York for exemplary and dedicated service to the City of New York.

Tue, 12 Nov 2019 15:58:20 +0000


Statement From Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez Regarding the Future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear oral arguments this morning regarding the White House’s effort to rescind Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the 2012 policy that enabled undocumented immigrants who were brought into the country as children to avoid deportation

Tue, 12 Nov 2019 15:31:44 +0000


Baruch College Mishkin Gallery Presents The Brotherhood of New Blockheads
NEW YORK, NY – Nov. 5, 2019 — Baruch College’s Mishkin Gallery presents The Brotherhood of New Blockheads (1996–2002), the first exhibition in the United States to feature the historic performance-based work of the New Blockheads, a collective of critical young artists active in Saint Petersburg, Russia, after the fall of the Soviet Union. The […]

Mon, 11 Nov 2019 17:15:01 +0000


CUNY SPS Celebrates Veterans Day With a Salute to Its Military Community
As part of the CUNY-wide celebration of Veterans Day, the CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) pays tribute to the past or present military personnel who make up a vital part of our community. CUNY SPS is proud to share some of their stories and highlight some of the ways that the School works […]

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 20:55:00 +0000


Three LaGuardians on the Front-Lines Fighting for the Rights of Immigrants
Three LaGuardians (aka LaGuardia Community College students/graduates), Martin Batalla Vidal, Antonio Alarcon and Ricardo Aca are taking the battle to preserve DACA, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy enacted under President Obama to protect nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. DACA allows these “Dreamers,” as they’re known, […]

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 20:52:35 +0000


Jacqueline Pérez ’21 Aspires to Advance the Dominican Republic’s Criminal Justice System
  On the soccer field Jacqueline Pérez ’21, an International Criminal Justice major, works hard to protect her team’s goal. As an advisor to the Dominican Delegation at the United Nations (U.N.) she aims to defend the rights of Dominican people. And, here at John Jay, she eagerly attends class hoping to implement what she […]

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 17:51:36 +0000


Zicklin School of Business Students Receive Gilman International Scholarships
This fall, four Baruch College undergraduates from the Zicklin School of Business are studying abroad in South Korea, Germany, Hong Kong, and Spain after being selected as Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholars. 

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 17:36:46 +0000


Optical society elects CCNY physicist Vinod Menon to Fellowship
Pioneering City College of New York physicist Vinod Menon can add to his burgeoning honors with his election as a Fellow Member of The Optical Society (OSA), the foremost professional association in optics and photonics, globally. Fellows are selected based on several factors, including contributions to education, research, engineering, business and the community. Menon, whose research in light-matter interaction […]

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 16:28:08 +0000


CUNY Celebrates First-Generation College Students For Their Courage, Tenacity And Drive To Succeed
The City University of New York is joining with colleges across the country today to celebrate the success of first-generation college students as part of a nationwide salute to their ambition, determination and drive.

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 16:09:07 +0000


Baruch College Alumni Named Among New York City’s 40 Under 40 Rising Stars
Four Baruch College alumni have been named to City & State’s 2019 class of “New York City 40 Under 40 Rising Stars” list, joining 36 other notable New Yorkers being recognized for “reenergizing their professions and challenging the status quo.”

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 15:48:55 +0000


Baruch College Accounting Program at the Zicklin School of Business Earns Top National Rankings
Baruch College’s accounting program at the Zicklin School of Business received top national recognition in College Factual’s “2020 Best Accounting Colleges in the U.S.” ranking, securing the #5 spot in the U.S. and was #2 among public institutions.

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 15:39:26 +0000


CCNY’s Harlem DocFest premieres Nov. 15-17
The Documentary Forum at The City College of New York’s Center for Film, Journalism, and Interactive Media presents Double Lens: Harlem DocFest from Nov. 15-17. The weekend-long documentary festival is free and open to the public.

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 15:20:07 +0000


DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR LISA FARRINGTON ILLUSTRATES HOW ART ENRICHES A JUSTICE-FOCUSED EDUCATION
  Lisa Farrington, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor and Founding Chair Emeritus in the Department of Art & Music, has lived a life surrounded by art—whether creating it, analyzing it, writing about it, or teaching a course, art has been at the center of her life. Over the years, her work has garnered a number of accolades, most […]

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 15:03:13 +0000