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Campuses in all five boroughs are planning an array of programs that commemorate the many rich contributions of African-Americans.

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CUNY is closely monitoring reports involving the 2019 coronavirus outbreak

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Baruch designee S. David Wu will be CUNY’s
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Our fall issue is full of good news, starting with the newly ratified agreement between the University and the Professional Staff Congress, the union representing nearly 30,000 full- and part-time faculty and professional staff. Meet the first-ever “CUNY Hero” and a pioneering City College physicist who won one of her field’s top honors; read about CUNY’s groundbreaking SEEK initiative; check out the City Tech trio who made a big splash in the Gulf of Mexico, and much more.

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A Candid Exchange With the Chancellor

Chancellor Matos Rodríguez dishes on a wide range of topics during this conversation with CUNY TV’s Tinabeth Piña for Univision. CUNY’s first Latino leader reflects on the doors that were opened for him, courtesy of his parents’ educational experiences at Puerto Rico’s public university; he discusses the relationship between CUNY and its affiliate institutions, likening the schools to siblings in a large family; he emphasizes the invaluable role that CUNY students will play in the upcoming census; and stresses the importance of connecting students with employers. (In Spanish.)

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Confronting Student Mental Health

Rising numbers of college students are experiencing depression, anxiety and other psychological issues that pose serious obstacles to their academic success and graduation. On this episode of the CUNYcast, guests including Nicholas Freudenberg, director of Healthy CUNY, talk about how we’re taking it on.

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