Newsmakers  Page 163

A View to a Krill CSI researchers bring academics to the Antarctic

Apr 8 – Antarctic krill are small, shrimp-like crustaceans which are abundant in the Southern Oceans and may become a potentially valuable source of protein for human and more »

Categorized : Newsmakers

Congressman Fossella Arranges for Opening of Compensation Fund Help Center to Assist Families of 9/11 Center to Operate at CSI the Week of March 25

Mar 12 – Congressman Vito Fossella (R-NY) today announced that the temporary Staten Island Victim’s Compensation Fund Help Center will be located on the campus of the College more »

Categorized : Newsmakers

CSI Welcomes Award Winning Author Chanrithy Him along with Film Crew from Denmark for a special program and documentary on "The Will to Live."

Mar 6 – The CSI Center for International Service presents an unforgettable speaker, Ms.Chanrithy Him, speaking of her experiences, as a child growing up under the rule of more »

Categorized : Newsmakers

CSI presents The Willowbrook Lawsuit – 30 Years After

Mar 5 – On March 17, 1972, parents with children in the Willowbrook State School filed a lawsuit to force the state to improve conditions there. Three years more »

Categorized : Newsmakers

CSI Tops in CUNY for Fulbright Fellowships Three of Seven CUNY Awardees from CSI

Feb 28 – Fulbright Fellowships have been awarded to seven faculty members at the City University of New York (CUNY) for 2001-2002. Three of these seven outstanding scholars more »

Categorized : Newsmakers

CSI Alumni Group Plans Seventh Annual "A Taste of… the Mediterranean."

Feb 1 – Michael Lomonaco, who lost his famous Windows on the World restaurant in the World Trade Center attacks, serves as honorary chair for the seventh annual more »

Categorized : Newsmakers


Featured EventsRSS


Dolphins Digest »

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 »