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Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Group Photo 2018

Annual Faculty Achievements

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Group Photo 2019

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Kathryn Giaimo - College Advancement

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Scott Cally | Communications and Performing Arts

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Patrice Morgan | Behavioral Sciences

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Catherine Ma| Behavioral Sciences

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Marissa Joseph | Career Services

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony

Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition Ceremony - Gordon Alley-Young | Academic Affairs & Communications and Performing Arts

13th Annual Faculty Achievements Recognition

Congratulations to all of our faculty and staff for their achievements from 2020 to 2021! Please take a moment to recognize their achievements by exploring this virtual tribute page where you will find:

  • Video Greetings and Congratulations for our honorees
  • A program noting specific details of our honorees’ accomplishments
  • A video presenting the names of our honorees
  • Videos featuring four innovative and collaborative projects at KCC

Faculty and staff who are featured in the 2020-2021 Achievements Recognition will receive certificates for their accomplishments.

Greetings and Congratulations to the Honorees

President
Claudia Schrader
Provost
Joanne Russell
Interim Dean of Faculty
Gordon Alley-Young

 

Presentation of Faculty and Staff Names for Recognition of Achievement


Faculty Achievement Booklet

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Celebrating the Collaborative Work of our KCC Faculty


Amid the pandemic last fall/winter, six junior faculty members founded a research support group to join forces and support each other in their research – Meet the Igniters!


The CUNY Research Scholars Program (CRSP) a key to increasing the involvement of KCC students in faculty-mentored research in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math.


UnHomeless NYC is a participatory pedagogical exhibition that invites artists, activists, students, professors, and the community to learn about critical issues related to housing insecurity and land use.


K-CORE (Kingsborough Collaborative Research & Conference Bootcamp) is an undergraduate research program with the goal to enhance our students’ future career success by providing them with knowledge about research basics.