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Art for Sustainability and Research For Sustainability

April 15, 2008
Art for Sustainability and Research For Sustainability

Calling all CUNY students! The Institute for Sustainable Cities is proud to host the first annual Art for Sustainability and Research for Sustainability Competitions. This summer marks our 3rd year at Governors Island for a science exhibition and lecture series that spans the entire summer from June to August. More details on the schedule of […]

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CISC Event: Cancelled

April 3, 2008
CISC Event: Cancelled

I regret to inform everyone that tomorrow’s planned event: “The Humane Metropolis” at Hunter College, is cancelled. Rud Platt, our presenter is one of many people stranded in Hawaii—I know it can’t be that bad, right? But really, his carrier Aloha Airlines went bankrupt on Saturday and he will not be back in the area […]

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Expanding Access to Science

March 28, 2008
Expanding Access to Science

From CUNY to Harlem to Antarctica CUNY Professor Steve Pekar is embarking on yet another voyage to Antarctica, this time with a focus on reaching Harlem Middle School students, with the hopes of generating interest in the sciences amongst minorities. His plan to engage young students from Harlem: Bring their teacher with him. Shakira Brown, […]

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Scales of Environmental Justice

March 5, 2008
Scales of Environmental Justice

A Nature, Ecology, and Society Colloquium If you have been enjoying simulations posted on Wednesdays, not to fear, there will be one tomorrow. But this event is worth spreading the news for. For the past seven years, the Nature, Ecology, and Society group at the CUNY Graduate Center has hosted a day long event on […]

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Manifest Destiny

March 3, 2008
Manifest Destiny

On Display at Hunter College Curious about what apocalyptic Brooklyn might look like? Come see it on canvas in the West Building Lobby of Hunter College. A copy of the original piece is on loan from a friend of the Institute and is proudly displayed here at our home base for the next few months. […]

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