CUNY

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CUNYCity University of New York
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CUNY Start holds some clues on how to solve an education crisis.
First, it clarified (there had been some debate about the incidents) the anti-Semitic conduct by some CUNY students.
This is a great way to retain talent that has been incubated at CUNY colleges--and recruit new international talent," says Ann Kirschner, special advisor to the chancellor for strategic partnerships at CUNY.
The Zionist administration invests in Israeli companies, companies that support the Israeli occupation, hosts birthright programs and study abroad programs in occupied Palestine, and reproduces settler-colonial ideology throughout CUNY through Zionist content of education.
The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) announced on Friday that the New York Times Student Journalism Institute, an annual two-week programme designed to train talented, young journalists and increase newsroom diversity, has found a new home at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.
The new location is home to the CUNY Welcome Center with reception services designed by TPG on the ground floor and interview and advisement services located on the eighth floor.
Colonel Mathis and her team were quick to recognize the unique opportunities that CUNY, as the nation's third-largest public university system, afforded.
IBM reports that with its help, CUNY Ventures wants to make New York City a solar energy hub, and to create a sustainable model that can incorporate additional data and provide analytics to help city leaders and utility planners integrate other forms of renewable energy and better manage city operations.
CUNY Chancellor Matthew Goldstein remarked on the importance of preparing students for college and the need for further investment to bring programs like ASAP to greater scale.
Staffed by Times Deputy Metro Editor Mary Ann Giordano, two Times reporters, student interns from CUNY and other schools, and a host of citizen journalists, the project is taking community journalism to a new level for the newspaper.
The second is Harvey Werner, then a professor of English at LaGuardia Community College, whose brainchild, the CUNY Association of Writing Supervisors (CAWS), became an organizing force for the teaching of writing at CUNY.
I am especially pleased that News Corporation will also provide some students with summer internships at the New York Post, Channel 5, and the Fox News Channel," said Stephen Shepard, dean of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.