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Our hearts go out to those impacted by Sunday's tragic fire in the Bronx and we are heartbroken to learn of Sera Janneh's passing.

Watch this CUNY interim director and professor expertly discuss the surge of the omicron variant in Puerto Rico. — ABC 7 NY

This CUNY’s Wi-Fi is about to get a serious upgrade. Vastly expanded connectivity will enable research into the future of wireless networks in smart cities. — Edscoop

Are they really that into you? Read this CUNY professor’s take on "love bombing," the grand romantic gestures in the early stages of dating that can signal a narcissistic desire to isolate and control. — The New York Times
Yuliia Pylypenko, QCC 21 and Baruch 23, is one step closer to her dream of pursuing a career in business. Initially enrolled in Medical School in Ukraine, Yuliia shifted gears when she moved to the U.S. just three years ago. She recently moved on from her job as a barista and landed a role at her alma mater as a program coordinator with the Strengthening Community Colleges training grant program of the U.S. Department of Labor.
Yuliia’s advice: “Do not let your insecurities stop you. Your hard work speaks louder than anything you may fear you are lacking.”

Interested in business and marketing? Connect with Yuliia on LinkedIn!
New Student Opportunities​​
NY Higher Education Services Corporation: Nurses for Our Future Scholarship (deadline 2/5/22)
Ladders for Leaders: 2022 Internships
The Port Authority of NY and NJ: Summer 2022 Project Management and Policy Analysis Internship (deadline 2/1/22)
Women in Entertainment: Special Events and Programs Internship 
Major League Baseball: 2022 Summer Internship Program
Congrats to the winner of the December student photo challenge!"🎉
Sun. January 16 | Join Queens College’s celebration of MLK Day, featuring important messages from the campus community, state and city leaders and top-tier entertainers.

Wed. January 19 | Register for "No One is Illegal," the latest discussion in this CUNY's Community & Youth Organizing series. The event will explore local organizing efforts to protect young immigrants of color in the face of local and national policies that discriminate against them.
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