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Chicago Venture Fund Backs OCEAN Accelerator Class of 2021

May 14, 2021


The health information technology start-up iRxReminder, which is run by CUNY SPS adjunct business professor Dr. Anthony Sterns, has received an investment of $50K from venture capital firm 11Tribes and will be joining the Ocean Programs high-tech accelerator class in Cincinnati for the summer.

2022 Best Master’s in Child and Adolescent Psychology Programs

May 07, 2021

The Edvocate

CUNY SPS has been ranked #8 for its MA in Psychology program on the list of "2022 Best Master’s in Child and Adolescent Psychology Programs" by The Edvocate.

Meet: Man Hong Wan

May 07, 2021

Man Hong Wan, a student in the CUNY SPS MS in Nursing Informatics program, shares his experience working as a community nurse in Manhattan's Chinatown neighborhood during COVID in this video on

CUNY SPS Faculty Contributes Chapter to Book Anthology

May 04, 2021

Wayne State University Press

Elizabeth Alsop, academic director of the CUNY SPS Communication and Media and Liberal Studies programs, has contributed a chapter to the book anthology After "Happily Ever After": Romantic Comedy in the Post-Romantic Age, edited by Maria San Filippo. The book, which will be released by Wayne State University Press on May 18, looks at the reinvention of the romantic comedy in recent years. Alsop's chapter focuses specifically on the way TV shows like Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend use their serial format to radically transform the genre.

CUNY SPS Student Named 2021 Andrew W. Mellon/ACLS Fellow

May 04, 2021

The City University of New York

Marci Littlefield, a professor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College and a student in the CUNY SPS MA in Museum Studies program, has been named one of the 2021 Andrew W. Mellon Foundation/The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) community college faculty fellows. Professor Littlefield was awarded this honor for her book project Reconstructed Legacies: Black People, Freedom, and the United Kingdom, which challenges the national narrative of servitude in the United Kingdom.