Basnet, President of Hunter’s Undergraduate Student Government, is the second Hunter student in four years to earn a Rhodes Scholarship.
Rachel Chloe, founder of Rachel Chloe Art Advisory, places the works of women, BIPOC and LGBTQ + artists into private and institutional collections.
Hannah Arnold, Jakub Goclon, Jia Qi He, Engyi J Lo, Janae O’Garro, Maryam Samassa, and Janet Tan earned awards ranging from $4K-$8K to study abroad.
Neuwirth is the Rita Hauser Director of the Human Rights Program at Roosevelt House.
Carey is a two-time Booker Prize winner and the director of Hunter’s MFA Creative Writing program.
Associate Provost for Research and Rudin Professor of Nursing Dr. Elizabeth Cohn cited for her work in Public Heath and COVID response.
In honoring Professor Kelle Cruz, the AAS cited her "continuous dedication to the betterment of the scientific process and community."
Epstein, the Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Teaching, won the Jean Dresden Grambs Distinguished Career Research in Social Studies Award.
Grodman plays Trevor on “Ghosts,” the #1 new network show on television.
Ruth Finkelstein, the Rose Dobrof Executive Director at the Brookdale Center for Healthy Aging, explores why more older adults are working than ever.
Professor Anita Raja, 3 Hunter students, and their Columbia teammates won the innovation prize at the NIH’s Decoding Maternal Morbidity Challenge.
Holford is One of 23 New Allen Distinguished Investigators Across the World named by The Paul G. Allen Frontiers Group.
Holzer is the director of the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College and one of the nation’s pre-eminent Lincoln scholars.
Professor Bargonetti’s research in our Belfer Lab could lead to targeted therapy for triple-negative breast cancer.
McKenzie is a visual artist. His exhibition "The Story I Tell Myself" was at the Whitney in 2021.
The grant will bring together academics, journalists and artists to study issues confronting Puerto Rico & the diaspora.
Hunter and Chancellor Rodriguez welcome Rita Moreno and Tony Kushner to the Centro Archives, where Kushner had conducted research for West Side Story.
The New York Post cites the "nurturing atmosphere and...individual attention to support ambitious learners eager to get a jump on college."
Dinowitz, who represents District #11 in the Bronx, graduated from Hunter’s School of Education.
Written by Grammy and Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda ’98, it is the first soundtrack to top the Billboard charts in two years.
The National Council on the Humanities is a board of 26 distinguished citizens that advise the chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The New York Times draws comparisons to Chekhov, calling the author "a master of verbs" & the novel perfect "for these times & all times."
Miller was honored for her hole in leading the Association for a Better New York’s census campaign.
Jeremy Levine (MFA ’20)’s short documentary looks at Dorothy Oliver, a woman who was instrumental in getting the COVID vaccine to her rural hometown.
Kate Quinn ’91 ranks ranks #9 on American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking List for her work at US Bank.
Law, a Partner and Executive Vice President at TritecReal Estate Development Company, was nominated by Governor Kathy Hochul.
Ray Yamanouchi ’12 will receive $10k plus unrestricted time to create a play that “responds to our times with hope and healing.”
Jenna Frasier (MSW ’20) was appointed the New York State Edie Windsor, Marsha P. Johnson, & Sylvia Rivera LGBTQ Fellow.
Kajahl Benes-Trapp (MFA ’12), whose work has been shown in galleries across the country, receives a $20K award to further his artistic career.
Miguel also serves as Managing Director of DeciBio’s Bay Area office and is a founding member of DeciBio Ventures.
Alves began at John Jay’s Athletic Department in 2013, having previously served as Senior Associate Director and Deputy Director.
Monica Hernandez ’18’s paintings have been shown in the Museum of Contemporary African Diasporan Arts and featured in Teen Vogue, Hypebeast and Vice.