Free April 29 Presentation of the Acclaimed Documentary Film, Underwater Dreams, Will Highlight Need for Support of Underrepresented Youth in STEM Fields
Read the Queens Courier Story on Figures of Eight, our Student Choreography Showcase, Opening May 6
English Professor Jeffery Renard Allen Wins Guggenheim Fellowship for Fiction
Watch the NY-1 Story on Our Students Who Helped Build a School in Ghana, West Africa
Our Students Win IBM Contest With an App to Help the Overburdened Child Welfare System-Read the Daily News Article
Read the Queens Courier Story on our Latest "Best Value" Rankings
U.S. Department of Energy Awards the College $40.5 Million to Continue Health Screening of Nuclear Weapons Workers
Read the Times Ledger Coverage of our New Masters of American Photography Exhibition
Sociologist Andrew Beveridge Finds the Nation's Largest Wealth Gap is in Manhattan
QC Renames its Public Health Center to Honor the Late Barry Commoner, Father of the Environmental Movement
Professor and Epidemiologist Alfredo Morabia Named Editor of American Journal of Public Health
Works of Pioneering and Modern Photographers from Atget to Avedon on Exhibition at Godwin-Ternbach Museum April 13 - June 6
Play: The Liar, by David Ives (adapted from Corneille). Thu.–Sun., April 23–26.
Concert: Distinguished Queens College Composers Past & Present. NY Virtuoso Singers & QC Vocal Ensemble. Merkin Concert Hall, Sat., April 25, 8:30 pm.
Funny Girls: TV Boomer Babes Tell All. Featuring writers from Seinfeld, SNL, and Mary Tyler Moore. Sun., April 26, 3 pm.
of American Photography & Photographs from
the Bergey Collection. Through
Physics Colloquium: Exploring Exoplanets. Emily Rice (College of Staten Island). Mon., April 27, 12:15 pm.
Lecture: Ann Kirschner (Dean, Macaulay Honors College) discusses Sala’s Gift: My Mother’s Holocaust Story. Mon., April 27, 7:15 pm.
Play: I Am The Chicken Man, Cluck, by Lisa Kohn. Tue., April 28, 7 pm. Admission is free.
Media Studies Colloquium: Digital media researcher Adnan Selimović (York University). Wed., April 29, 5:30 pm.
Film: Underwater Dreams. Directed by Mary Mazzio. Wed., April 29, 6 pm.
Talk: Eyes and Minds on a Group of Photographs, by Larry Gottheim, experimental filmmaker and photographic expert. Thu., April 30, 6 pm.
Paralegal Studies Open House. Thu., April 30, 6–8 pm.
Chamber Music Live: Calidore String Quartet. Fri., May 1, 10 am.
Concert: Sounds of the Earth, H2O Orchestra with NY Youth Symphony and Ballet. Sat., May 2, 8 pm.
Play: A Question of Country by Janet Neipris. Tue., May 5, 7 pm. Admission is free.
Student Choreography Showcase: Figures of 8. Wed.–Sun., May 6–10.
Talk: The Matthew R. Bergey Collection,
by Godwin-Ternbach Museum Director Amy Winter, followed by reception. Thu., May 7, 6 pm.
Chamber Music Live: Quintessential Quintets. Fri., May 8, 10 am.
Laughter and Reflection with Carol Burnett. Fri., May 8, 8 pm.
Queens College Annual Golf Classic. Monday, May 11, 1:30 pm.
Chamber Music Live: Queens College Chamber Orchestra. Fri., May 15, 10 am.
Choral Society Spring Concert: Fauré’s Requiem & Poulenc’s Gloria. Sat., May 16, 8 pm.
Play: Golda's Balcony, starring Tovah Feldshuh. Sat.–Sun., May 16–17.
Clinical Psychology Colloquium: Error- and Reward-Related Brain Activity: Biomarkers for Anxiety & Depression. Greg Hajcak Proudfit (Stony Brook). Mon., May 18, 12:15 pm.
Evening Reading: Emily St. John Mandel
will read from her works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Sept. 29, 7 pm.
Evening Reading: Meg Wolitzer
will read from her works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Oct. 6, 7 pm
Evening Reading: Mary Gaitskill
will read from her works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Oct. 27, 7 pm.
Evening Reading: Joyce Carol Oates will read from her work and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Nov. 10, 7 pm.
Evening Reading: Nicole Krauss will read from her work and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Nov. 17, 7 pm.
Inaugural Marjorie Hecht Watson Memorial Reading: Zadie Smith will read from her work and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Dec. 1, 7 pm.
Evening Reading: Geraldine Brooks will read from her work and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tue., Feb. 16, 7 pm.