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Patricia Smith: A Passionate and Prolific Poet

Jun 25 – Assistant Professor of English Patricia Smith is an award-winning poet whose works include Close to Death, Big Towns, Big Talk, and Life According to Motown, more »

Cynthia Scarinci named “Outstanding CPA in Education”

May 17 – The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) presented Cynthia Scarinci, Assistant Professor of Business, with its 2013 Dr. Emanuel Saxe Outstanding CPA more »

Christina Tortora receives Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Award

May 15 – The New York State Grand Lodge Order Sons of Italy in America has selected Christina Tortora as the 2013 recipient of the Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Award.  The more »

Cary Karacas Earns Inaugural “Journal of Historical Geography” Award

Feb 3 – The Journal of Historical Geography has recognized Dr. Cary Karacas and his co-authored paper, ‘A cartographic fade to black: mapping the destruction of urban Japan during World War more »

[video] NSF Awards CAREER Grant for Study of How Multiple Brains Work Together

Mar 13 – Dr. Dan McCloskey of the College of Staten Island’s Department of Psychology was recently awarded an $800,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant more »

Queer Pollen named Outstanding Academic Title

Feb 15 – CSI Professor David A. Gerstner’s book, Queer Pollen: White Seduction, Black Male Homosexuality, and the Cinematic, was named one of Choice: Current Reviews for Academic more »

CSI Professor is Awarded James Alexander Robertson Memorial Prize

Nov 8 – Marcela Echeverri, Assistant Professor of History at CSI, was recently awarded the Annual James Alexander Robertson Memorial Prize by the Conference of Latin American History more »

Michal Kruk Named a Top 100 Chemist

May 10 – The United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) have declared that 2011 is the International more »



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BLOODHOUNDS TOO STRONG FOR DOLPHINS; DOWN DOLPHINS, 3-1

Mar 23 – The College of Staten Island men’s volleyball program suffered a tough CUNYAC loss tonight at the hands of John Jay College.  The Bloodhounds handed the more »