May 11, 2022
Four Macaulay Honors College students are among the outstanding CUNY undergraduate STEM students that have been selected to receive the university’s prestigious Jonas E. Salk Award. Congratulations to David Musheyev, Priya Singh, Cien Huang and Eric Dayts.
February 18, 2022
On this “Twosday”, we invite you to celebrate your upcoming Class of 2022 graduate with a gift of $22 or $222 or even $2,222. Make a gift in their honor and leave a special note in the comment section. You must be so proud as your student approaches this monumental milestone. Graduating from college is … Continue reading Celebrate your Macaulay Senior
December 3, 2021
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.
January 19, 2021
Why? Adobe stopped supporting the Flash Player application on December 31, 2020. This means that there will be no security patches or updates against potential vulnerabilities in the software. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you uninstall any version of Flash Player on your laptops to protect your system. MORE Be sure to download … Continue reading Uninstall Flash
December 10, 2020
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.
October 8, 2020
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.
June 2, 2020
A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO THE MACAULAY COMMUNITY FROM DEAN MARY C. PEARL People everywhere are grieving and angry over the senseless death of George Floyd, whose murder once again reveals a police officer displaying a depraved indifference to the life of a Black person. Once again, we are haunted by a dying man saying, “I … Continue reading Black Lives Matter to Macaulay