Now, for the first time, Macaulay has enrolled a small number of community college students in a bid to add diversity to the honors college and expand opportunities to deserving students.
Conceived by Professor Ted Widmer and Instructional Technology Fellow Lindsey Albracht, the Imagining Earth project was created with the participation of Macaulay students Olivia Asher, Nicholas Cocozzelli, Arvind Dev, Maisha Kamal, Ivan Peña, and Gennady Vulakh. The project includes the timeline below, along with an interview by our students of filmmaker Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee whose documentary Earthrise tells the story of the iconic photo.
This prestigious designation that will help them develop their leadership skills while pursuing a master’s degree in global affairs at one of the top universities in China.
The generosity of the Macaulay community set records during our 2018 Giving Tuesday efforts to fund student activities.
Macaulay announces a unique professional development partnership granting $150,000 over the course of three years to create fellowships and facilitate internships for Macaulay students.
Macaulay Honors College has once again received the highest rating among public university honors colleges and programs.
Generally believed to be the youngest Democratic District Leader ever to serve, Emmanuel Decaudin '20 (City College) will focus on democratization of the party, and funding for public higher education.
Working in small groups alongside scientists, students will catalogue the wildlife they find in Inwood Hill Park.