Kingsborough Community College is One of Six CUNY Colleges Awarded $200,000 Grant From U.S. Education Dept. to Develop Early Childhood Special Education Programs
Schools Will Develop Courses, Associate Degree Programs to Meet Need for More Special Education Teachers Certified to Work With Young Students
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) awarded KCC a $250,000 grant to launch “Hydroponics at Kingsborough Community College,” an innovative new program to help students gain access to new green careers.
Kingsborough Standouts Shine: Biology Major and Alumna Among 2023-2024 Belle Zeller Scholarship Awardees
KCC biology major Nawel Messaoudi and class of 2022 salutatorian Beth Rocco are among the six students selected from among 300 applicants CUNY-wide to receive 2023-2024 Belle Zeller Scholarship Awards this year.
KCC chemistry professor, Dr. Homar Barcena, has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program research award to study arboviral diseases such as dengue and chikungunya fevers in Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries where they are endemic.
Kingsborough Community College (KCC) President Dr. Claudia V. Schrader has tapped Dr. Nancy Lee Sánchez-Badillo as the college’s vice president of institutional advancement, the college has announced.
KCC to Receive $100,000 in Funding from Citizens Bank As It Expands EDL Investment to Benefit CUNY Community Colleges
BROOKLYN, NY – Kingsborough Community College (KCC) will receive $100,000 in funding from Citizens Bank as a part of an additional $400,000 investment in the Education Design Lab’s Community College Growth Engine to benefit CUNY community colleges.
KCC students Ahmer Ali and Elizaveta Ulumbelashvili are among the 459 nationwide semifinalists the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
The Power of a Good Night's Sleep: KCC's Dr. Matthew Ebben shares insights on the importance of sleep
While many unknowns exist about why sleep is essential, some benefits are clear. “Sleep helps you feel alert and refreshed during the day,” offered Dr. Matthew Ebben, an associate professor at Weill Medical College of Cornell University and director of Kingsborough Community College’s polysomnographic technology program.
From Passion To Profession: Free Doula Training For Qualifying New Yorkers Passionate About Birth Support To Begin At KCC In May
KCC has been awarded $110,000 to begin offering free online doula training for qualified applicants. The 15-hour program will be offered live via Zoom beginning in May. We are partnering with Restore Forward Institute | Black Women’s Blueprint to provide training through our Workforce Development division.
Brooklyn, NY — KCC, in partnership with City Tech, has received a $1M grant from the CUNY Workforce Development Training Grant/Contract Courses to add credential and micro-credential certifications in culinary cannabis to their existing hospitality and culinary arts programs. Slated to begin this summer, the campuses expect to train a total of 250 students over the next three years.