Michelle J. Anderson
From visits by high-profile leaders to welcoming our incoming class, campus was buzzing with activity this spring.
Launched last fall, the Career Partners and Alumni Champions programs offer corporate leaders and dedicated alumni a chance to help talented graduates jumpstart their careers
We’ve returned to campus with a goal towards a safe and successful fall semester!
The newly-opened Brooklyn College Cancer Center is looking to build on the school’s already robust reputation of cancer research and expand educational opportunities for students who are choosing careers in the field of oncology. But there is an equally important third goal: outreach to its surrounding community to help address disparities in cancer studies, treatment, and education.
As Brooklyn College emerges from another challenging year, I am pleased to say that the transformative work of our students, faculty, and alumni has continued to amaze us all despite the setbacks we all experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic.
CNN anchor Don Lemon ’96 believes it is the duty of all Americans to defend the Constitution. In a conversation with Brooklyn College President Michelle J. Anderson, Lemon talks about the media landscape and the special responsibility journalists have toward the First Amendment.