Convening meetings, workshops, seminars, and public programs is a key part of the mission at the Advanced Science Research Center at the CUNY Graduate Center promoting collaboration between campus-based faculty, ASRC faculty, theorists, and experimentalists across New York City.

Event and Space Rentals

The ASRC offers event and meeting spaces that can accommodate up to 100 guests for your next conference, reception, meeting, workshop, film shoot, or private event.

8th Annual Sharon Cosloy – Edward Blank Family Distinguished Scientist Lecture

Please join the CCNY Division of Science for the 8th Annual Sharon Cosloy - Edward Blank Family Distinguished Scientist Lecture to be held in the ASRC Auditorium. Guest speaker and further details, including reservation link, to be announced.  About Dr. Sharon Cosloy: Dr. Sharon Cosloy was a member of the City College Biology faculty for

Science Op-Ed Writing

Scientists endeavor to reach conclusions that are objective, but science exists in a world driven as much by opinion and perception as fact. Join Deb Stead (former New York Times op-ed editor and CUNY Journalism School writing couch) for a webinar covering why science op-ed writing is an important tool for scientists and tips for

The Science of TikTok

Social media is a powerful tool for communicating science, and TikTok has growing community of STEM content creators who are sharing their research with broad audiences. Join us for a session exploring how to create engaging, lay friend STEM content and gain followers on TikTok. Sign up for our mailing list to be notified when

From Journal Paper to Book Author

Does your research and STEM experience have the makings of a larger story? Join ASRC Executive Director and book author Mark Hauber and other TBA guests for an informative session on science book writing. Sign up for our mailing list to be notified when registration opens for this event at https://bit.ly/3ZbKYu7

The Language of Science With Sibusiso Biyela

Creating bridges across language and culture differences so that sharing scientific knowledge can truly be universal and transdisciplinary is challenge of the 21st century. Join us for a session with South African science journalist Sibusiso Biyela, who is working on an effort to decolonize science by translating terms and concepts and writing about STEM in

Meet the Reporter: Shaping STEM Research for the General Media

Join us for our annual Meet the Reporter workshop where you’ll meet and have a chance to talk with science reporters about your research. Sign up for our mailing list to be notified when registration opens for this event at https://bit.ly/3ZbKYu7

Meet the Editors: CUNY Faculty STEM Journal Editors

Gain a better understanding of the inner workings of STEM journals from CUNY faculty who are also science journal editors. We’ll cover editorial policies and aims, as well as opportunities to be a STEM journal editor and reviewer. Sign up for our mailing list to be notified when registration opens for this event at https://bit.ly/3ZbKYu7

CUNY Student SciCom Symposium: Communicating Your Science

Wrap up the academic year with CUNYSciCom’s annual Communicating Your Science Symposium where students can win prizes for the best science presentations. Stay tuned for the call for presenters and event details. Sign up for our mailing list to be notified when registration opens for this event at https://bit.ly/3ZbKYu7