Students of the Institute for International Communication (IICM) visited the MET with Dr.Basilio Monteiro to learn more about Armenia on the Silk Road
One of the major applications of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Sport Research (IISR) is the exploration of eSports as a field of academic study and engagement. Currently the institute is funding research on eSport nutrition and host think tanks that will help us identify areas of potential investment. Our research however, would not be complete without experiencing an eSports tournament, live.
A major focus of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Sport Research (IISR) is the promotion of Women in sports science and sports management. The IISR seeks to lend its hand in driving research on and creating opportunities for women and allies of female empowerment. The institute has recently taken on an initiative called “Women in STEM and Sport,” where it exposes high school girls that have a passion for sports to different STEM (Science, Technology, engineering and mathematics courses) careers.
On Dec. 6, 2018, students interested in fashion at both the Queens and Staten Island Campuses “met together” using technology to host a “Meet and Greet” for new Fashion Professor Richard Bigger.
Over the weekend a team of CPS students competed in the Department of Energy’s annual Cyber Defense Competition. The competitors consisted of 68 universities across 7 national laboratories.
Students enrolled in the Master of Arts program in Government and Politics in St. John’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences explored a variety of topics involving immigration this past summer on the Rome, Italy, campus.
Dr. Andrea Licari co-hosts demo and lecture series on the Manhattan Campus to discuss the Fashion Industry and how it applies Technology within the its industry.
The International Council for Small Business (ICSB) held The Global Entrepreneurhsip Conference on October 4th and 5th, 2018 at Salerno University in Italy. Dr. Basilio Monteiro, Associate Professor in the Mass Communication Division, and three graduate students; Hope DeVito, Monica Mhatre, and Helena D. Peterson, presented their paper: Insidious Paradox of Sustainable Development: Case Studies of Goa (India) and Luozi (Congo)/Hallsberg (Sweden).
Dear CPS Community (Students, Alumni, Advisory Board Members, Faculty and Staff) As we come to the mid-point of our Fall 2018 term, I would like to take a minute to reflect on what innovation is and...
Every year, for one week each November, several countries around the world celebrate entrepreneurship week organizing various events that promote entrepreneurship activities and connect aspiring...