The Thomas Tam Scholarship is funded by an endowment established by the City University of New York in recognition of Dr. Thomas Tam’s contributions as a former member of the CUNY Board of Trustees, founding Executive Director of the Asian American / Asian Research Institute, and leadership in the Asian American community.
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Khandker and Mahmoud wanted to share an update about a company they started together called FloraMind. They educate teenagers in mental health and well-being through workshops and a digital platform so they can flourish academically and beyond.
MHC courses available to CUNY BA students
NGO CSW/NY is looking for Advocacy and Administrative interns for the CSW63 season. The internship is from Sept 2018 – May 2019. 10-15 hours a day, 2-3 days a week.
City Beat: Arbar Mirza on interdisciplinary education: “The CUNY BA allowed me to tailor my education so that I could pursue my interest in user experience design and engineering products that keep the users in mind.”
This summer, the Manhattan DA’s office will host a new gun control advocacy fellowship for graduating high school students and those currently enrolled in college.
AARON COPLAND SCHOOL OF MUSIC, QUEENS COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF DRAMA, THEATRE & DANCE, AND QUEENS COLLEGE OPERA present The Marriage of Figaro
**UPDATED 4/6/18- Banner is now down and Advisement Reports no longer accessible. We’ll share an update when access to CUNY BA records is available in CUNYfirst! If you have any questions about requirements, please reach out to your academic advisor.** … Continued
Two new Master’s programs at the CUNY Graduate Center — one in digital humanities, and the other in data analysis and visualization. Application fees are waived for CUNY students and the application deadline is very likely to be extended after 4/15/18.
Congressman Crowley’s Queens office is searching for a devoted, driven intern with an interest in
immigration to assist our office as we help immigrants and educate our community. #Internships
The CUNY School of Law Pipeline to Justice Program is thrilled to announce our second annual Pipeline to Justice Undergraduate Summer Program. From June 11th to June 21st, students from various CUNY campuses will take part in a dynamic initiative at the CUNY School of Law designed to introduce prospective advocates to legal education and the world of public interest lawyering.
On March 9th, at the Harold M. Proshansky Auditorium at the CUNY Graduate Center, TEDxCUNY 2018 will explore the theme of “Wild Card,” highlighting how variability drives communities both large and small to challenge the status quo, and how human unpredictability enhances the human experience.
The Office of International Studies & Programs at John Jay College is accepting applications for our 10 summer 2018 programs and new semester program, including new programs with internships for academic credit. Our study-abroad programs are led by faculty at … Continued
If you are considering applying to study abroad for the Summer or Fall 2018 semesters or for the 2018-19 Academic Year, now is the time to begin planning. On most campuses, you can begin by visiting the Study Abroad Office … Continued
The Pat Tillman Foundation unites and empowers remarkable military veterans and spouses as the next generation of private and public sector leaders committed to service beyond self. The fellowship program supports Tillman Scholars with academic scholarships, a national network, and professional development opportunities in all different fields.