Daniel Scarpati '15 talks about his book Gofers: On the Front Lines of Film and Television. Moderator: Lee Quinby, founder of Luck Find Productions and retired Distinguished Lecturer at Macaulay Honors College.
Join us for a lively discussion on women in the sciences, personal branding and professional growth featuring two of our former Hunter scholars: Researcher and author Dr. Yasmine Daniels '08 and Ashley Sealy '20.
Joshua Kemp '17 was named Schwarzman Scholar. This prestigious designation will help him develop leadership skills while pursuing a master’s degree in global affairs at one of the top universities in China.
For the fifth consecutive year, Macaulay Honors College has earned 5 mortarboards, the highest rating among public university honors colleges and programs.
December 1st is #GivingTuesday — when our entire community comes together to support our students. Join the growing tradition.
Macaulay Honors College hosts a special virtual presentation of Antigone in Ferguson, staged by innovative company Theater of War Productions.
The election of 2020 offers a large canvas, suitable for examining history, political science, civics and even some anthropology. Join Prof. Ted Widmer and Macaulay students for a unique event as they share analysis of 20 of the most critical American states in this year's election—and question the health of our democracy in the process.
Macaulay Honors College has received a generous $200,000 grant from GS Humane Corp., a private charitable foundation, allowing the college to expand a program that creates a pathway to honors education for CUNY community college students.
Macaulay Honors College has been recognized for its remarkably high rate of student academic completion .
Carmen Boullosa in conversation with Joe Ugoretz about The Book of Anna.
A president under fire, a nation facing economic struggles and divided by racial issues. The backdrop of Ted Widmer's latest book, Lincoln on the Verge, seems more relevant today than ever. Join us for a virtual discussion with Professors Widmer and Eric Gioia, as they explore the intersections of politics, policy, and how to build a brighter future for New Yorkers.
Macaulay’s long-term investment in instructional technology created specific advantages in the rapid shift to distance learning necessitated by the pandemic.