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Two CSI Professors Receive Fulbright Awards

Jun 9 – In recognition of their distinguished work in higher education and beyond, Dr. Ava Chin and Dr. Ying Zhu have both received 2016-2017 Fulbright Awards. Dr. more »

Richard Flanagan tapped for NY Post election coverage

Jun 6 – The Mary Kay Linge article in the The New York Post featured Dr. Richard Flanagan’s insight into the latest Trump/Clinton contest, with Flanagan noting “This more »

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[gallery] Dr. Michael Kress Honored at Symposium

May 13 – In 1985, a dedicated professor helped a young Computer Science major secure her first job. An alumna of the College of Staten Island and now more »

CSI Photography Professor Featured in The Huffington Post

May 11 – Chris Verene, Professor of Photography at the College of Staten Island was the subject of an article titled “Doin’ Work, Flash Interviews With Contemporary Photographers: more »

Two CSI Professors Named CUNY Distinguished Fellows

May 11 – The Advanced Research Collaborative (ARC) has recognized two professors from the College of Staten Island (CSI) Department of English as Distinguished City University of New more »

Professor Makes Tweeting a Course Requirement

May 9 – While some teachers might forbid social media in their classrooms, one professor at The City University of New York (CUNY) embraces the digital tool.  Not more »

CSI’s Project REACH Gets National Attention

May 9 – Professor Kristen Gillespie-Lynch, assistant professor of psychology and director of Project REACH at CSI, was featured in an article about Project REACH on several news more »

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Project REACH at CSI Featured in Huffington Post

May 4 – The City University of New York’s Project REACH program works to support college students on the Autism Spectrum.  The program, including the efforts at the more »

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BASEBALL TURNED BACK BY KEAN , 11-5

Mar 24 – After taking a 5-0 lead, the College of Staten Island baseball team failed to hold on, dropping an 11-5 decision to No. 25 Kean University as more »