A full upgrade of media equipment in every Registrar classroom will occur by September, according to CUIT's projected schedule.
The committee is drafting a report analyzing the functions and proposing recommendations for the University’s eight global centers and other global initiatives.
About half a dozen students and three financial aid officers attended the Common Cents Project event, “Money Matters,” in Wien Lounge.
The Washington Heights campus is going green, on track to follow the citywide PLANYC 2030 initiative.
Barry Weinberg, CC ’12, is spearheading a move to revive the Committee on Admissions and Financial Aid. University President Lee Bollinger supports faculty having an advisory role in such processes.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons has seen National Institutes of Health research grants for P&S faculty increase 6.1 percent this year.
In 2007, graduating CC and SEAS students had an average debt load of $17,275 from Stafford Loans and Federal Perkins Loans, but by this year, average indebtedness was down to $8,886.
The Medical Center has restructured a committee as a result of a warning the Food and Drug Administration issued over concerns about safeguards for radioactive drugs.
Twenty-two percent of admissions officers at four-year colleges surveyed by Inside Higher Ed said their schools are paying more attention to “applicants’ ability to pay” when deciding who to admit.
CCSC's policy committee will be assigning a point person for each recommended policy change, so that "student specialists" can guide the process.
Jul 24, 3:28pm
University President Lee Bollinger announced on Thursday that Suzanne Goldberg will serve as the special advisor to the president on sexual assault prevention and response. You can read our story... Read More
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