CUNY

AcronymDefinition
CUNYCity University of New York
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SUNY and CUNY leadership will work with their respective campuses to make financial arrangements for impacted students and their families.
For many participants and the CUNY community, the Puerto Rico relief effort felt particularly personal.
But in an emailed statement, Milliken said Texas was perhaps the only place that could lure him away from his plans to teach at CUNY and work in the private sector.
CUNY has waived all tuition and fees associated with these courses.
CUNY Start holds some clues on how to solve an education crisis.
In the second transaction, CUNY extended its 5,550 s/f lease on the fifth floor and signed a new lease for the entire sixth floor, doubling its footprint in the building.
First, it clarified (there had been some debate about the incidents) the anti-Semitic conduct by some CUNY students.
Students at Manhattan's Hunter College, together with other students from the CUNY system which is the largest urban university system in America, planned the protest as part of the "Million Student March" campaign.
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.
In this spirit, the 3rd Annual CUNY Young African Leadership Symposium calls for participants to see the youth as important stakeholders in Africa's development.
But the most ambitious part of General Smith's plan for ROTC is the new partnership with CUNY. Plans for the new program were initially sparked by an inquiry from Colin Powell, who had long advocated for the return of the CUNY ROTC.