$300k IRES NSF Grant to conduct the CUNY India Pollution Study (CIPS)

$300k IRES NSF Grant to conduct the CUNY India Pollution Study (CIPS) Professors Neal Phillip, Brian Vant-Hull and Paramita Sen were recently awarded the International Research Experience for Students (IRES) National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to conduct research focused on urban pollution in various neighborhoods of Mumbai, and New Delhi, India. One of the neighborhoods…

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‘C3’ Consortium proposed by The City University of New York (CUNY) and The New School announced as one of the Finalists to develop the Center for Climate Solutions on Governors Island

‘C3’ Consortium proposed by The City University of New York (CUNY) and The New School announced as one of the Finalists to develop the Center for Climate Solutions on Governors Island New York City Office of the Mayor and The Trust for Governors Island have announced four finalist teams for the City of New York’s…

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Dr. Indrani Pal selected to participate in the Gotham Innovation Gambit Program – Virtual Regional I-Corps Short Course Winter 2022

Dr. Indrani Pal selected to participate in the Gotham Innovation Gambit Program – Virtual Regional I-Corps Short Course Winter 2022 Recently, Dr. Indrani Pal’s team was accepted into the Gotham Innovation Gambit Program Virtual Regional I-Corps Short Course Winter 2022, offered by The NYC Regional Innovation Node (NYCRIN), CUNY I-Corps, and NYC Innovation Hotspot. The…

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CUNY CREST Institute welcomes Harry Cikanek, as its Director of Business Development and Entrepreneurship

CUNY CREST Institute welcomes Harry Cikanek, as its Director of Business Development and Entrepreneurship The CUNY CREST Institute is pleased to welcome Harry Cikanek, former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Program Manager and Executive, as its new Director of Business Development and Entrepreneurship.  He is an innovative…

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Dr. Neal Phillip awarded the 2021 Social and Behavioral Research Award funded by Con Edison

Dr. Neal Phillip awarded the 2021 Social and Behavioral Research Award funded by Con Edison This month, Dr. Neal Phillip’s proposal titled, “Sensitizing NYC to Reporting Methane Gas Leaks using Monitoring, Collective Social Learning and Thematic Communication” received $35,000 in funding through the 2021 Con Edison Social and Behavioral Research Award. Five other faculty members…

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