What is Macaulay Springboard? It’s an open-ended senior thesis project that builds on knowledge acquired and opens possibilities for ongoing learning. All scholars in this class have been accepted to present their work at the Northeast Regional Honors Conference, which will be held online this year. This event will highlight the research of 3 students, giving us an inside look at an honors education.
Impact documentaries are recognized as a powerful voice for promoting awareness in the human condition and have become motivating tools to promote real change in the world. Get an inside look at our honors class with Robert Small, Director of Macaulay’s New Media & Digital Content Lab.
Adventure awaits in Shane Martin’s historical fantasy book Lost Souls: A Servant of Death. Shane and illustrator, Geevanesam Devakanmalai ’21 will be in conversation with Victoria Smith ’20.
Grecia Huesca Dominguez ’12 will read Dear Abuelo, recognized as one of the Best Children’s Books of 2020 and a finalist for the Tomás Rivera Mexican American Children’s Book Award.
The Caribbean is calling! Macaulay Honors College is taking you on a direct flight to the borough of Brooklyn to learn about the people and culture of Little Caribbean. Come “lime” with Shelley V. Worrell, Founder + CEO of CaribBeing; Macaulay alumna, Ana Luiza Teodoro ’18 and musical guest, Kareem Thompson performing on steel pan drums.
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.
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.
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 Dean Mary C. Pearl will moderate a discussion with representatives of the Macaulay community who are working in different capacities to prevent, fight, treat, or study COVID-19. The Zoom webinar is free and open to all. Registration required.
The Macaulay Building is closed until further notice. All classes, meetings, and appointments will take place remotely.