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Teacher Education Honors Academy Students Change the World

Mar 10 – Samantha Haimowitz ’14 and Stephanie Palumbo ’14 had the privilege of being teachers before they even became teachers. Both CSI graduates participated in the College more »

MHC Student Austin Krauza ‘16 presents Research at MIT and Albany, on Fuzzy Clustering Algorithms for Data Analysis

Feb 25 – At 21 years old, Austin Krauza is already an accomplished researcher. The College of Staten Island (CSI) Computer Science major, with an interest in business more »

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SEEK Research Assistants Project Continues to Thrive

Feb 25 – The SEEK Research Assistants Project (RAP) is alive and well, having just reached its 12th anniversary. Originally established by Dr. Roberta Vogel (Professor Emerita), RAP more »

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Ana Hayes’17 to Serve in the U.S. Consulate General in Milan, Italy

Feb 18 – Ana Hayes is no stranger to world travel. The Queens, NY-born CSI student traveled to Europe as early as nine years old. Now, this summer, more »

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Rising Stars: Steve Arriaga ’17

Feb 11 – Steve Arriaga ‘17:  Major: English with a concentration in Linguistics, minoring in French and Spanish Language. A Verrazano School and Dean’s List student, and a recipient of more »

Celebrating Sergio Mendoza ’16, SEEK Scholar

Feb 2 – Sergio Mendoza, now a CSI senior, was born in Santa Ana, El Salvador and came to this country in 2008. When in high school in more »

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Rising Stars: Naomi Gaggi ’17

Jan 28 – Naomi Gaggi ’17: Major: Psychology with a concentration in Neuroscience and Autism Spectrum Disorders A Macaulay Honors College and Dean’s List student, who is currently more »

SEEK Leader: Damelsa Hatmil

Jan 25 – When Damelsa Hatmil first arrived on CSI’s campus back in 2013, the SEEK Counseling Team recognized her leadership potential from the start. So it was, more »

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DESPITE POWER OUTAGE GAMES ARE STILL ON AS SCHEDULED

Apr 30 – The College of Staten Island was hit with a campus-wide power outage yesterday and several areas are still without electrical power.  Despite this, all intercollegiate more »