BMCC


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AcronymDefinition
BMCCBorough of Manhattan Community College (New York City)
BMCCBlue Mountain Community College
BMCCBlue Mountains City Council (Australia)
BMCCBay Mills Community College (Brimley, Michigan)
BMCCBritish Malaysian Chamber of Commerce
BMCCBotswana Media Consultative Council
BMCCBrihan Maharashtra College of Commerce
BMCCBelle Meade Country Club (Nashville, TN and Thomson, GA)
BMCCBen Myerson Candy Company
BMCCBrisbane Motor Camper Centre (Australia)
BMCCBoeing Mission Control Center (El Segundo, California)
BMCCBrad Mann Communications Consulting (Ottawa, ON, Canada)
BMCCBelgian Mustang and Cougar Club (car enthusiasts' club)
BMCCBald Mountain Coffee Company (Washingtonville, OH)
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At BMCC, students will find a support network--excellent teachers committed to their success and services to help them achieve their goals.
The 2011-2012 BMCC scholars are Omari-Khalid Rahman, Goran Milic and Salif Kabore.
Dana Smith's success at BMCC also defies the reality that women make up less than 10% of computer science college majors today-a percentage that has decreased, rather than increased with time-according to the Computer Research Association's most recent report.
At BMCC, we also worked to strengthen our own commitment to the community.
When O'Neill joined Perez--himself just one year into his tenure at the college's helm--at BMCC in 1996, the school's foundation had just eight members, none of whom made personal contributions to the school.
Students majoring in Communication Studies at BMCC will build their ability to communicate in small groups, as well as to vast audiences, nationally and worldwide.
He and two BMCC alums - Rebecca Panko, a biological science major at City College, and Kimberly Thompson, a graduate student at Columbia University - are preparing a paper with the working title, "An Environmental Analysis of New York City Parks and Their Biodiversity," which they will present at the 12th Northeast Natural History Conference in Syracuse, New York, April 2012.
Either strategy has drawbacks, says political theorist and BMCC political science professor Geoffrey Kurtz.
The largest community college in The City University of New York (CUNY) system, BMCC has students from over 150 countries, and awards associate degrees in 28 fields.
Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for two-year colleges, held a national fundraiser on different campuses and raised $10,000 for BMCC.
Martin Levine, a professor of chemistry and an occupational health and safety officer at BMCC, said he finds it strange that the EPA does not have a standard for measuring dioxin levels in dust.