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Rosa Parks Campus Alumni Recognized

Rosa Parks Campus Alumni Recognized

January 11, 2019

Alumni of the Rosa Parks Campus are receiving much deserved recognition as part of the new Alum of the Month program started at the Campus this past fall.
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Honor Seminar Explores Holiday Rituals

Honor Seminar Explores Holiday Rituals

December 21, 2018

“In the United States, holidays dot the calendar from Halloween to New Years, with school breaks, large feasts, and various modes of gift giving taking center stage for many. A few years ago, I thought, how might we use holiday rituals as a window into the fabric of America?” says Dr. Amy Bass, Director of the Honors Program and Professor of History.


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CNR Named First WCSI Academic Affiliate of Watson Caring Science Institute

CNR Named First WCSI Academic Affiliate of Watson Caring Science Institute

December 13, 2018

The College of New Rochelle is the first academic institution in the country to be recognized by the Watson Caring Science Institute (WCSI) as a National Watson Caring Science Academic Affiliate™.
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CNR Nursing Students Gain Acute Care Experience in New Simulated Hospital Center

CNR Nursing Students Gain Acute Care Experience in New Simulated Hospital Center

December 11, 2018

CNR nursing students had the opportunity to show off their clinical practice skills during a demonstration of the College’s newest high-tech, six-room, simulated hospital center.
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Blue Angels Set Records at 2018 ECAC Winter Swimming & Diving Championships

Blue Angels Set Records at 2018 ECAC Winter Swimming & Diving Championships

December 4, 2018

The Blue Angel swim teams broke 13 team records broken on the women's side and three records on the men's side during the 2018 ECAC Winter Open Swimming Championships last weekend.
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CNR Dedicates Expanded Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem

CNR Dedicates Expanded Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem

December 3, 2018

On the cusp of the anniversary of Rosa Parks’ courageous stand for civil rights, The College of New Rochelle Community came together to celebrate the opening of the new, expanded Rosa Parks Campus in Harlem, as well as the civil rights icon herself, during a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, November 29, at the campus’ new location at 313 W. 125th Street.
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Student Leaders Attend NACA Northeast Conference

Student Leaders Attend NACA Northeast Conference

November 30, 2018

CNR student leaders had the opportunity to gain professional development experience, network and acquire fresh programming ideas when they traveled to Hartford, CT earlier this month to take part in this year's National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) Northeast Conference.

 


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CNR Takes Part in Healthy Churches 2020 Conference

CNR Takes Part in Healthy Churches 2020 Conference

November 27, 2018

In November, Tiffani Blake, dean of students, and Leslie Valero, a senior in the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions, traveled to Alabama to attend the Healthy Churches 2020 Conference sponsored by the Balm in Gilead, an organization dedicated to helping African-American faith communities in the U.S. and East Africa eliminate health disparities through educational programs and services.
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CNR Alum Shervone Neckles Discusses her Life as a Working Artist

CNR Alum Shervone Neckles Discusses her Life as a Working Artist

November 26, 2018

This fall’s SAS Visiting Artist Lecture welcomed alumna Shervone Neckles BFA'02 back to CNR to speak with students about her life as a working artist, share where she draws her inspiration for her newest collection, and how she plans on turning a social experiment into a work of art.
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CNR Faculty Grade the Midterm Elections

CNR Faculty Grade the Midterm Elections

November 21, 2018

On Wednesday, November 14, CNR hosted a thought-provoking lecture on the results of the 2018 mid-term election. Co-presenters Dr. Stephen O’Rourke, Associate Professor of Psychology, and Dr. Daniel McCarthy, Associate Professor of Political Science and chair of the Division of Social Sciences, broke down the factors that they thought played a role in voter turnout, the election process, the strategies used by the two major parties, and the results.  
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