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All the Angry Young Women

March 06, 2023

SUNY Press

Dr. Elizabeth Alsop, assistant professor and academic director of the CUNY SPS communication and media program, contributed an essay to the recently published volume Feminists Reclaim Mentorship (SUNY Press, 2023), co-edited by Nancy Miller and Tahneer Oksman. Dr. Alsop's essay is titled "All the Angry Young Women."

Association of Nonprofit Specialists Appoints CUNY SPS Alum to Board of Directors

March 03, 2023

Association of Nonprofit Specialists

Jessica Jarahian Jackson (MA in Youth Studies '20) was elected to the board of directors at the Association of Nonprofit Specialists. This organization helps nonprofits by providing networking engagements, access to resources, and skill-building opportunities.
CUNY SPS ACE Scholars Joselly Juarez Subasic, Laurie Volkman, and Nadijah Farquharson

Meet Our Ace Scholars

March 02, 2023


The ACE (Achieve Your College Education) Scholarship is a unique program at CUNY SPS offered to high-achieving undergraduate students who are close to graduating. Endowed by the generous support of founding donor Alan Fishman, the scholarship underwrites 100% of tuition and follows recipients through degree completion. Joselly Juarez Subasic (Communication and Media BA ‘23), Laurie Volkman (Information Systems BS ‘23), and Nadijah Farquharson (Human Relations BA ’23) share their experience with the program.

Globalization and Economic Stability: An Insight from the Rocket and Feather Hypothesis in Pakistan

February 24, 2023


Dr. Chinyere Emmanuel Egbe, a faculty member in the CUNY SPS online business programs, has co-published the article "Globalization and Economic Stability: An Insight from the Rocket and Feather Hypothesis in Pakistan" in the journal Sustainability.

CUNY program gives students credit for previous experience, accelerating path to graduation

February 22, 2023

CBS News

CBS News showcases CUNY SPS and its Credit for Prior Learning program, which offers credit for students' previous work or military experience. Lori Mercado, a former CUNY SPS student, and Holli Broadfoot, CUNY SPS experiential learning director, are both interviewed in this video segment about the program.