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Oct 30 – “Do you know how many times I slipped and fell last year? I was black and blue.” Justin Ruiz was taking a break from a more »

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Initiative is sparking young minds’ interest in science

Oct 30 – One day recently, Natasha Marrapodi overheard an exchange between one of her elementary school students and his mother during pick-up at P.S. 20 in Staten more »

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Car is a ‘perfect fit’ for a student veteran, as club provides support to service members

Oct 30 – “Do you know how many times I slipped and fell last year? I was black and blue.” Justin Ruiz was taking a break from a more »

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From bowling to hockey games, School of Business alumni are intent on building a network

Oct 30 – If the old adage, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know,” is true, then the efforts of the School of Business at the more »

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Grants to expand CSI engineering activities and facilities

Oct 30 – A state-of-the-art MakerSpace & Innovation Suite will expand College of Staten Island students’ educational and experiential learning opportunities across several disciplines, thanks to $1.35 million more »

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At NSF Noyce National Summit, Master Teacher Fellows share, learn, and connect

Oct 30 – The College of Staten Island’s Noyce Master Teacher Fellows program is part of a broad national effort to improve STEM education. Bringing participants together is more »

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Candidates’ debate fills CSI’s Center for the Arts Williamson Theatre as midterms loom

Oct 26 – More than 400 people filled the Center for the Arts Williamson Theatre to capacity Oct. 16 to watch candidates for New York’s 11th congressional district more »

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The numbers may be down, but studying the humanities is probably more important than ever, CSI profs say

Oct 26 – The continued decline in the numbers of students majoring in humanities has some experts declaring the trend a crisis, but it could also reflect the more »

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CSI ATHLETES SPREAD HOLIDAY CHEER TO NEEDY CHILDREN

Dec 13 – Student-athletes at the College of Staten Island, spearheaded by the efforts of their Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), made sure that the holiday season spread beyond more »



 

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