The recipients are Abdulla Ahmed and Dodie Weingberg ( Arabic); Samantha Carter and Jakub Goclon (Chinese); and Joseph Pavlisko (Turkish).
Cloé Mueller, who is working towards a combined BA/MA in Economics at Hunter, will spend her Fulbright year in Paris.
Basnet was presented a citation by Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and the Town Board.
Victoria Li earned $25K and a chance at the top prize for her algorithm that "outperformed existing prediction tools for CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing.”
Yamila Martinez will attend the PPIA Summer Institute at Princeton.
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.
Professor Bill Solecki co-authored the 2022 IPCC climate change report and delivered testimony to the US House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis.
Writing for the “L.A. Times,” Jonathan Rosenberg, author of “Dangerous Melodies,” explores whether music transcends politics.
“One Quarter of the Nation: Immigration and the Transformation of America" is the 20th book by Foner, a Distinguished Professor of Sociology.
Cantras, a Professor in Hunter’s Africana and Puerto Rican/Latino Studies Department, appeared on the February 9 episode.
Ward is a Hunter alum and a Distinguished Professor of Art. The exhibit, opening April 28, is a “must see,” according to Avenue Magazine.
Platkin, Executive Director of Hunter College’s NYC Food Policy Center, explains what government, non-profits, and individuals can do to help.
Professor Tracy Dennis-Tiwary, writing for “Psychology Today, explains how science fiction can help us make sense of our anxiety.
Holzer, the director of Hunter’s Roosevelt House, appeared on the History Channel special along with Barack Obama, Doris Kerns, and others.
Commenting in the “A.P.,” Polsky, the Ruth & Harold Newman Dean of Arts & Sciences, praises Zelensky, contrasts his style with Winston Churchill’s.
Lacey Peters and Sherryl Graves explored the adoption of Authentic Assessment Systems (AAS) in NYC’s Pre-K for All.
Hett, a professor of History and author of “Death of Democracy,” assesses the danger of dictators when they fear they are losing.
The mayor spoke at a community event at Hunter’s Kaye Playhouse.
Hunter has received this recognition from the U.S. Department of State 14 out of the past 16 years.
The Third Way’s “economic mobility index” evaluates which U.S. colleges do best at moving students up the economic ladder.
David Guzman ’00, NYC Health&Hospitals/Elmhurst COO, Receives Sloan Foundation Public Service Award, regarded as the Nobel Prize of city government.
Adolfo Carrión Jr. (MUP ’90) will serve as commissioner of New York City’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development.
Genesis Belanger (MFA ‘12)’s Ceramic Sculptures are “finding beauty and strangeness in the everyday.”
“Sandblasted,” by Charly Evon Simpson (MFA '17), grad of Hunter’s Rita & Burton Goldberg MFA Playwriting Program, is showing at the Vineyard Theatre.
The exhibition—titled The Milk of Dreams—opens April 23 in Venice, Italy. This follows a year in which Baez won both the Artes Mundi and Rome Prize.
Heidi Bivens was nominated by the Costume Designers Guild for for Excellence in Contemporary TV for her work on HBO’s “Euphoria.”