Hunter College Schools
The opening of our East 119th Street campus created new opportunities for Hunter to foster a healthier, more socially secure East Harlem. Today, our All In East Harlem initiative connects Hunter faculty, staff and students with more than 125 community groups.
Executive Director Ruth Finkelstein is championing Hunter as an age-friendly college, bringing people together across schools and departments to research and implement practices and programs that improve the lives of older New Yorkers.
Gail McCain, the Joan Hansen Grabe Dean of the School of Nursing, accepted the award, which recognizes Hunter’s strong support of the nursing profession and the caring treatment our graduates provide to city residents every day.
With diverse courses and programs exploring the Jewish experience, the Center offers rigorous academic learning that draws connections across disciplines and unites Hunter students and faculty with the broader New York City community.
Seeking to fill serious and long-neglected gaps in mental health services in New York City, an interdisciplinary team at Hunter’s Brookdale campus is building a clinical pipeline that will produce a new generation of mental health practitioners.