We’re back on campus for the spring semester.
Class Notes is an excellent way for alumni to keep up-to-date with news about the progress of classmates and peers.
As a young woman, Holocaust survivor Tova Friedman ’60 saw her chance to get an education—a gift, not a given. Even after earning three degrees and a successful career in social work, she says she is still learning.
Jai Chakrabarti’s debut novel A Play for the End of the World tells a story of art as an act of protest in times of war.
News highlights from across the college.
Adjunct Theater Professor Donyale Werle earns a distinguished achievement award for a career focused on sustainable design, an ethos she is passing on to her students.
A special workshop examined strength sports from a feminist viewpoint.
As a cultural anthropologist and athlete, Katherine (Katie Rose) Hejtmanek has penetrated the world of elite sports and has come to some surprising theories, including that of a deep-seated fear of impending disaster.
Sociology Professor Jean Eddy Saint Paul works to flush out the popular media narrative around his home country of Haiti.
Harriet Sorocki Klein ’60 and her husband have spent the larger part of their lives helping people move forward in life: A new scholarship will now fulfill a cherished goal.
Art Professor Jennifer McCoy and her husband, Kevin McCoy, were there at the birth of non-fungible tokens. Since then, they have used NFTs to disrupt the art world in ways that go beyond traditional filmmaking.
The CUNY-Haitian Studies Institute is poised to extend deep roots into the community through scholarship and outreach.
After a bad job market dimmed his academic prospects, malaria vaccine developer Joe Cohen ’77 pivoted, in a most fortunate turn, to corporate research.
Jessica Betancourt says the Stanley Geen Memorial Award has been instrumental in keeping her on course.
M.F.A. student Sarah Gouda left a fast-paced job at the White House writing speeches for Vice President Kamala Harris to pick up where she left off in the creative writing program at Brooklyn College.
Having worked in top labs at Brooklyn College and Sloan Kettering Cancer Center senior Roberto De Gregorio plans to help develop innovative cancer treatments.
Brooklyn College Magazine, Volume 9 | Number 2