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Pres. Matos Rodríguez Delivers Keynote Speech at Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration—story in Queens Latino (en español)
Italian Studies Scholar Anthony J. Tamburri Named Distinguished Professor
Read Biologist John Waldman’s New York Times Op Ed on Saving "America’s River”
Our Big Buddy Program is Making a Difference for Homeless Youth -Read the Daily News story
Read the Times Ledger, Pelham Daily Voice and Queens Tribune articles on New QC President Felix V. Matos Rodriguez
The City Council Honors Our Byzantine & Modern Greek Center -Read the Times Ledger Coverage
Washington Monthly Ranks QC #2 in U.S. "Best-Bang-for-the-Buck" Colleges; Watch President Matos Rodriguez Speak About it on NY-1’s "Inside City Hall"
Read the June 8 and June 11 NYT Coverage on How Professor JosephSciorra is Documenting NYC’s Italian-American Artifacts
Read the New Yorker Story on our Resident Rock Star and Music Professor Salman Ahmad
It’s a CUNY Trifecta! Brooklyn College, Queens College and Baruch College Named Nation’s Top Three “BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK” Schools
Biologist John Waldman in environment360: How Norway and Russia Made a Cod Fishery Live and Thrive
Archeologist Timothy Pugh Makes a Fascinating 700-Year-Old Find in Guatemala
The Forum Newspaper Highlights Our Efforts to Help Students Manage Debt
The Andy Warhol Foundation Presents the Godwin-Ternbach Museum with Seven of the Artist’s Prints
In the NYT: A Parent Answering a Call for Pre-K Teachers is Back to School at Queens College
Read the Forbes Magazine Coverage of Our Best Bang for the Buck #2 Ranking
Sociologist Andrew Beveridge Weighs in on Police Force Diversity and Manhattan’s Wealth Gap for the New York Times
Martinique-Born Grad Yves Henri Cloarec Wins Translation Award for his Work on a Powerful World War I Narrative
NYT Book Review Gives Front Page Coverage to Professor Jeffery Allen’s “Song of the Shank”
WNBC Covers Geologist Allan Ludman's Efforts to Preserve and Protect a Part of Queens History-Read the Daily News Stories
Pres. Matos Rodriquez Continues to Make Parents’ Investment in Education Pay Off-Read the Diverse Issues in Higher Education Story
QC and Civil Rights Activism: Our Alumni Reflect on the Summer of 1964
Douglas Rushkoff on Teaching Media at Queens College, The Brian Lehrer Show WNYC
TAP Funding Increases for First Time in 14 Years
Using President Obama's Criteria, Time Magazine Ranks QC Among America's Top Colleges
QC Takes the Lead in the CUNY Dance Initiative
Once Again, The Princeton Review Names Us a Green College
Queens College Student Lauren Blachorsky Named a Goldwater Scholar
Census Bureau Mapping Tool Utilizes Sociologist Andrew Beveridge’s Social Explorer Project
Lifesaving Initiative Continues at Queens College with $8 Million Grant
Richard McCoy is Named the College's 14th Distinguished Professor
Physicist Vinod Menon's Research Demontrates "Photon Glue" That Enables New Quantum Mechanical State
Spanish Royalty Honors QC Student and Alzheimer's Researcher Clara Vila-Castelar
Watch the New York Emmy-Nominated Video Featuring Geologist Nicholas K. Coch, “Son of Sandy: Bracing for the Next Devastating Hurricane”
Read the Timesledger Coverage on Our Princeton Review Best Value Rating
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WNYC Guest Andrew Beveridge Discusses the Reasons for Population Shifts to the South and Southwest
Read the 2013-2018 Strategic Plan: A blueprint for moving forward at a time of transition at CUNY and Queens College
Post-disaster Worker Health is the Focus of Federal Grant to QC
Assemblyman Goldfeder and Queens College Urban Studies Department to Launch Comprehensive Study of Abandoned Rockaway Beach Rail Line
Biologist John Waldman's NYT Op-Ed Raises the Alarm on 'Marauding Carp'
Anthropologist Melissa Checker in the Gotham Gazette on the Continuing Turmoil in Staten Island One Year after Superstorm Sandy
Physicist Alexander Khanikaev’s Article is Selected for the Cover of the Prestigious Science Journal Nanophotonics
Discover Magazine Features Sociologist Shige Song’s Gender Ratio Research
Our students are blogging—listen to what “QC Voices” have to say!
QC Anchors New York Times Front Page Story on the Rise in “Best Value College” Rankings
Yunping Jiang and Joshua Freeman Named Distinguished Professors
Explore Affordable Counseling Services Through Our Psychological Center
Queens College Launches "Year of Brazil" With Free Brazilian Jazz Ensemble Performance Oct. 11
We Rank #1 Nationwide as a "Best Bang for Your Buck" College Master's University!
Miniature City Rises at QC--First-ever U.S. "Morrinho" is Underway-Read the New York Times coverage
We Rank #2 Nationwide as a "Best Bang for Your Buck" College!
Concert: Johnny Mathis. Sunday, October 26, 7 pm.
Conference: Against . . . Genre, History, Nation. Keynote lecture by Rey Chow (Duke). Monday, October 27, 10 am–5:15 pm.
Colloquium: Relaxation and Thermalization in Isolated Interacting Quantum Systems. Lea Ferreira dos Santos (Yeshiva Univ.). Monday, October 27, noon.
Lecture: Coming Out as Jewish in Weimar Germany. Kerry Wallach (Gettysburg College). Monday, October 27, 12:15 pm.
Gallery Tour of Andy Warhol's Photo-Aesthetic and Beyond. Edward Powers (QC). Monday, October 27, 3:30 pm.
Film and Discussion: Last Call*: Evidence of Our Impact on Earth. Tuesday, October 28, 5 pm.
Exhibit: Andy Warhol’s Photo-Aesthetic and Beyond. Godwin-Ternbach Museum through Nov. 1.
Lecture: Crisis and Creativity in the Sephardic World. Benjamin Gampel (Jewish Theological Seminary). Tuesday, October 28, 7:15 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: David Bennahum, cofounder and CEO of Kandu. Wednesday, October 29, 5:30 pm.
Film: Yesterday. Written and directed by Darrell Roodt (2003). Thursday, October 30, 4:45 pm.
Concert: Bernstein’s Mass, featuring QC Orchestra and Choral Ensembles, and Copland School Youth Choir. Saturday, Nov. 1, 8 pm; Sunday, Nov. 2, 3 pm.
Colloquium: Gold Nanoparticles-Enhanced Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Fuel Cell. Miriam Rafailovich (Stony Brook). Mon., Nov. 3, 12 noon.
Film: Andy Warhol's Screen Test Reel #8 featuring Edie Sedgwick, Susan Sontag, and others. Mon., Nov. 3, 3:30 pm.
Film: Last Grave at Dimbaza (1974), directed by Chris Curling and Pascoe Macfarlane. Thur., Nov. 6, 4:45 pm.
Dramatic Presentation: Inmate #1818, a story by Bernard Otterman. Thur., Nov. 6, 7:15 pm.
Concert: An Evening with Gladys Knight. Friday, November 7, 8 pm.
Evening Reading: Jeffery Renard Allen will read from his works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tuesday, November 11, 7 pm.
Lecture: Fall of Apartheid: 1987-1990—An Ambassador’s Personal Experience. Ambassador Loucas Tsilas. Wednesday, November 12, 12:15 pm.
Colloquium: Increasing College Student Success: Two Behavior Analysts in CUNY’s Central Office. Alexandra W. Logue & Mari Watanabe-Rose (CUNY Grad Center). Wed., Nov. 12, 12 noon.
Media Studies Colloquium: Jonathan Allen, founder of L&T. Wed., Nov. 12, 5:30 pm.
Film: Mapantsula (1988), directed by Oliver Schmitz. Thur., Nov. 13, 4:45 pm.
Concert: Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, featuring violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg. Saturday, November 15, 8 pm.
Commemoration of Kristallnacht: Keynote address by Dr.Bernd Wollschlaeger, Against All Odds Change is Possible. Sun., Nov. 16, 2 pm.
Colloquium: A New Broken Symmetry: Hidden (Hastatic) Order in URu2Si2. Premala Chandra (Rutgers). Mon., Nov. 17, 12 noon.
Film and Panel Discussion: Reading Tehran in Tel-Aviv, directed by George Itzhak, who will be part of the panel discussion. Tues., Nov. 18, 7:15 pm.
Exhibit Opening: Highlights of The Daghlian Collection of Chinese Art. Godwin-Ternbach Museum. Nov. 19 through Jan. 10, 2015.
Media Studies Colloquium: Barry Lowenthal, President, the Media Kitchen. Wed. Nov. 19, 5:30 pm.
Colloquium: Electro-Optic Effects in Colloidal Dispersion of Metal Nano-Rods. Andrii Golovin (City College). Mon., Nov. 24, 12 noon.
Evening Reading: Martin Amis will read from his works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tuesday, December 2, 7 pm.
Concert: Vienna Boys’ Choir. Sunday, December 7, 3 pm.
Performance: Dance Theatre of Harlem. Sunday, January 18, 4 pm.
Evening Reading: Sue Miller will read from her works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tuesday, March 10, 7 pm.
Evening Reading: Mona Simpson will read from her works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tuesday, April 14, 7 pm.
Cesar Millan Live! Sunday, April 19, 3 pm.