This event is part of Converge to Transform, a webinar series exploring CUNY-wide transdisciplinary research for the public good.
Designed Negative Feedback from Transiently formed Catalytic Nanostructures
Please join the CUNY ASRC and CUNY Graduate School of Public Health on Tuesday, July 7 for the next session of the Thriving after Massive Global Disruption webinar series hosted by the University of Strathclyde (UK) and involving partner Universities from across the globe. Tuesday, July 7, 2020, 9:00 a.m. ET REGISTER: https://bit.ly/ThriveAfterPandemic The COVID-19
Join the CUNY ASRC and CUNY Office of Research for a virtual screening of PICTURE A SCIENTIST, a film that chronicles the groundswell of researchers who are writing a new chapter for women scientists. Biologist Nancy Hopkins, chemist Raychelle Burks, and geologist Jane Willenbring lead viewers on a journey deep into their own experiences in
The recently published NSF Survey on Doctorate Recipients, 2019, highlights the lack of progress made in diversifying the STEM professoriate. Hispanic or Latinx scientists and engineers comprise 5% of PhDs employed by 4-year educational institutions, and Black or African American scientists and engineers, 4%. During this event, we will explore one contributing factor to underrepresentation
Please register online here. Biomaterials at the Interface of Tissue Engineering & Cancer Immunology Matthew T. Wolf, Ph.D. Laboratory of Cancer Immunometabolism, National Cancer Institute DNA-Based Nanostructures for Chemical and Biological Analysis Devleena Samanta, Ph.D. The University of Texas at Austin Exploiting the Fluorous Effect to Develop Adaptive Theranostic Devices in Oncology Scott H. Medina, Ph.D.
Join the Macaulay STEM Society, an organization that promotes research opportunities and allows students to explore their interests in STEM, at 11 a.m. on March 25 to explore research opportunities for undergrads at the ASRC. The day will consist of lab tours, lunch and a faculty/mentor meet-and-greet. Research areas at the ASRC include Nanoscience, Photonics,
Please join us May 6th for the Defense and Intelligence Research Forum hosted by The Research Foundation of The City University of New York (RFCUNY).
Campus Safety - General Information and Situational Awareness Training hosted by CCNY Public Safety.
This event is part of the 2022 Professional Development Seminar Series hosted by the CUNY Office of Research, in partnership with the Velay Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship.
Faculty, staff, students, visitors and more- you're invited to join us on the ASRC's north terrace for an ice cream social from 12pm-3pm.
This pop-up booth in the park is hosted by the ASRC's STEM Outreach and Education Manager, Kendra Krueger, along with volunteers to bring those interested in STEM ages 5 and up for activities including: Test tube lava lamps Virtual reality tours Bio-bracelets with pipe-cleaners Science zine making Please see the attached flyer for further info.
Join us on September 30, 2022, at 2 p.m. for a session with the CUNY Graduate Center's Science Librarian Mason Brown, who will be discussing how to access and discover STEM research materials from off campus. Conducting science research remotely can be done successfully with a few simple but critical tools. In this session, Mason will
Public access to current scientific research is becoming more critical every day. Learn how to use CUNY Academic Works to further distribute your work and help the general public understand your research better. Join us on November 4, 2022, at 2 p.m. for a session with Megan Wacha, CUNY University Scholarly Communications Librarian, and Jill Cirasella, the
Start career mapping now with experts from GC’s Office of Career Planning and Professional Development (CP&PD), Jennifer Furlong, Emily Seamone, and Donald Goldstein, who will help you map your way to the career of your dreams. Find out which careers are aligned with your values, skills, interests, and personality traits!
Join us on December 2, 2022 at 2 p.m. for a special "Communicating Your Science" event with Malcolm Gladwell, New York Times best-selling author, social commentator and host of the podcast Revisionist History, where he’ll discuss the role that public higher education institutions can play in communicating science and ensuring that STEM education and research data
Join us on January 27, 2023 at 2 p.m. for a special Communicating Your Science event with science filmmaker Tom McNamara. During this interactive talk, Tom will: Breakdown his strategies in visualizing and communicating science. Outline a practical media kit students and scientists can use in the lab and field to document their work. Highlight scientists who are currently
Join this one-hour seminar to learn about new 3D visualization and augmented reality tools for your research! Summer opportunities are also available for undergraduate students.
In honor of Women's History Month, we invite you to a group-led discussion and lunch highlighting Baruch professor and author, Julie Des Jardins, and her book, "The Madame Curie Complex: The Hidden History of Women in Science," on March 31st at 1:30pm!
Join us on March 31, 2023, at 2 p.m. for a special "Communicating Your Science" event with Sean Patrick Farrell, a video producer who has worked for WIRED, The New York Times and others. During this workshop, Patrick will: Explain how he works with scientists to explain complex research findings into simple soundbites and explanations.
All CUNY STEM graduate students and faculty interested in Bio-inspired Nanoscience are invited to attend and hear talks from current NanoBioNYC mentors and fellows, and learn how to participate in future programming such as industry internship opportunities, technical training certificates, science outreach, and more.
Join us on Friday, April 21, 2023 at 2 p.m. for a media-skills building session that includes an opportunity to talk about your research with working science reporters from Scientific American, Science Friday, PBS and more. Now more than ever it’s critical for science to be accessible and understandable to the public. In this Communicating
It is with great pleasure that we announce the upcoming Henry Semat Lecture, which will be given by renowned physicist Professor Luis Alvarez Gaume. The lecture is scheduled for April 26 at 4PM in the ASRC Auditorium, located at 85 St. Nicholas Terrace, New York, NY 10031. Prof. Alvarez Gaume currently serves as the Director of the
Help us make CUNY an even better place to work by voicing your thoughts this Thursday April 27th in the ASRC Cafe!
Join the ASRC Nanofabrication Facility, alongside STS-Elionix Application Engineer Lukas Stampfer, PhD, in a two-day workshop at the ASRC to overview topics including: Basic CAD and File prep with W Advanced file prep with Beamer Multipass Feature Sorting Circles and Parallelograms Field Placements Optimizing writing time Setting up global and local alignments Manual and Automatic
Join us on Friday, June 9 at 10 a.m. for the third annual "Communicating Your Science Symposium." The symposium, created by the CUNY Graduate Center's Ph.D. student-led organization, CUNYSciCom, aims to use peer-to-peer training and engagement to challenge and reshape the way scientists discuss scientific research with each other and the general public. The symposium
Dear ASRC Community, We are excited to announce the ASRC Pride Open Mic and Art Showcase to celebrate self-expression, identity, art and have a joyous time with our colleagues! The event will take place on Thursday, June 15th 2023, 4-7pm in the ASRC Cafe. All are invited to share art projects and talents of any
EHOS Training Schedule August 2023 These are Zoom trainings. The login and Pass Code information are located on the schedule and registration is not required. After training, the instructor will then send you a certificate and our training records will be updated to show that you have completed all requirements before working in the labs
This year we’ve had the amazing opportunity to host over 90 high school and undergraduate summer students conducting research with mentors at the ASRC. Below are a number of events that will be taking place to celebrate and present the work of the students and the rest of the ASRC community. All are welcome to join and we looking forward to seeing you!
Join us on September 29, 2023, at 2 p.m. for our annual session with CUNY Graduate Center Science Librarian Mason Brown, who will be discussing how to access and use STEM research source materials on and off campus. Conducting science research on-campus or remotely can be done successfully with a few simple but critical tools.
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
Join us on October 27, 2023, at 2 p.m. for the Science of Op-Ed writing with Deb Stead, a former New York Times op-ed editor and CUNY Journalism School writing coach. Scientists endeavor to reach conclusions that are objective, but science exists in a world driven as much by opinion and perception as fact. Additionally, funding agencies
Join the ASRC Nanoscience Initiative in partner with Bruker for this four-day event, where presentations from distinguished research groups as well as Applications Expert, Dr. Ming Ye (Bruker) will be provided, showcasing the unique and powerful capabilities of the technique. We will also provide hands-on demonstrations with Bruker’s NanoWizard V BioAFM. Please see the attached
Join us on Friday December 1, 2023, at 2 p.m. for Same Science/New Look: Refreshing Your Science Visuals for Different Audiences with CUNYSciCom co-founder and Graduate Center Ph.D. candidate Katherine Anderson who will share how she repurposes, refreshes and revises images and graphics for various audiences. Whether you’re in the field or in a lab, scientists conduct