Macaulay staff and advisors are excited to celebrate the Class of 2023—our largest ever—with tons of fun on- and off-campus experiences throughout the spring. Seniors may register to attend events, parties workshops, trips and more.
The Macaulay Research Assistant Program was designed to spark a passion and give student participants an edge when entering the workforce. Professor Allen Hillery, worked with Syeda Tabassum '23 (Brooklyn) on a project focused on studying the Black communities that thrived in New York City from the early 1800s to the mid 1950s.
Macaulay Honors College congratulates Professor Carmen Boullosa on being awarded the 2023 José Emilio Pacheco Excellence in Literature Award. Boullosa is known for crafting brilliant journeys across all genres that uniquely embody the Mexican literary tradition. She is one of the nation's most treasured living writers and only the fourth woman ever to win the award.
The City University of New York Athletic Conference (CUNYAC) and Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) have selected student-athlete Jehmehl Fair (Baruch) as CUNYAC/HSS Scholar-Athlete of the Month for February 2023.
Macaulay’s upcoming Spring Career Fair gives participants a critically important opportunity to meet potential employers and to create an impactful first impression. Don’t forget to bring your resume and dress to impress.
Honing Her Craft: Stacy Chen ’06 and her entrepreneurial toolbox could help prepare you to take the leap into entrepreneurship.
HAPPENING NOW! View projects submitted by our Arts in NYC and Science Forward Students!
Macaulay is thrilled to congratulate the students and alumni of the college's quadball club on a decade of community growth.
Whether in the lab, the classroom, or relaxing with a crochet project, Tabitha Ramirez '24 (City College) will let her spirit of inquiry and curiosity define her success!
Zuobin Tang, '05 (Baruch), is the Macaulay Pioneer Alumni Award winner for 2022. Zuobin was chosen for his cutting edge contributions to computer science education and his innovation in reaching students through technology.
Funds will support Macaulay Honors College scholars pursuing study of Chinese art, culture, language, and history.
Macaulay students who are in good standing and have interests in graduate study in the humanities and social sciences may, in their junior year, apply and be provisionally accepted to the CUNY Graduate Center’s M.A. in Liberal Studies (MALS) Program .
The Kenan Scholars Program at Macaulay Honors College is a unique program designed to instill a deeper understanding of New York City's housing crisis through research, direct service, and advocacy work.
Two faculty members and the student development team have received awards from CUNY's Black, Race and Ethnic Studies Initiative (BRESI). The grants will allow the college to advance social and racial justice.
Angela Goh '23 is the first recipient of the Liu Shiming Scholars Fund Grant.
New Plaza Cinema and Macaulay Honors College will work with students to help further their interests and careers in film and the arts with multiple areas of collaboration available.
Dr. Dara N. Byrne has been appointed Dean after an extensive national search and approval by the CUNY Board of Trustees.
Macaulay students Mahir Sadad '23 (Queens College) and Sumaiya Mahin '22 (City College) will mentor immigrant high school students as part of an innovative new partnership.
Edward Friedman '18 (Hunter) is among 30 recipients nationwide of the highly competitive 2022 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans. The prestigious fellowship offers support to immigrants and children of immigrants who are pursuing full-time graduate degrees.
Read about awards won by Macaulay students and graduates in 2022.
The Macaulay Honors College Foundation Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Thalia Smith, an Audit & Assurance partner at Deloitte. She joins the board at a momentous time in the college’s history, as it celebrates its 20th anniversary.
The document, the first of its kind made available to the entire Macaulay community, details the progress that the college has made, outlines activities in key functional areas, and includes supporting data.
For the fifth consecutive year, Macaulay Honors College has earned 5 mortarboards, the highest rating among public university honors colleges and programs.