DGDavid Gantz is the Coordinator of the Lehman College Now Program and an Adjunct Lecturer in the Philosophy Department.   Read More »
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Sly and the Family Stone was not present on the  campus, but "Hot Fun in the Summertime" was our motto for Lehman College Now Summer Programs. Because students involved in our programs realized that learning is fun!

This summer over 65 students from NYC public high schools came to the Lehman campus during summer session II and enrolled in courses in Biology, Chemistry and Geographical Sciences as part of our Summer Science Academy. In addition, we have over 85 students enrolled in our Summer...

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Student Success Part I

  Last week some colleagues and I attended and presented at a conference on Student Success sponsored by the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) in Seattle, Washington. Seattle did not disappoint in regards to weather, it was grey and chilly, but the Pike Street Market has some great fish eateries that we were able to enjoy. Grilled salmon with a pesto mayonaisse ..... mmmm tasty.

Oh yeah - education conference.

Besides an inspiring plenary speech by Prof....

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The Institute for School College Collaboratives is involved with a number of programs (including College Now) at Lehman College to help high school students prepare for the next stage of their academic lives. One such program is the TRIO Program, and my colleague Ms. Traci Palmieri informed me of some incredible work her students were involved with for National Trio Day. I will let Traci take over from here....

"I just wanted to take this time to share with all of you some information about...

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Welcome to the College Now Blog

"So Mr. Gantz what is this College Now?" The short version, CN gives high school students the opportunity to take college credit courses for free at Lehman College.

Learning can be fun! This blog will speak the background stories of our program, our students and our special projects going on at the Lehman Center for School College Collaboratives. I hope that we can create a dialogue on this site  concerning the issues that affect our young people as they attempt... Read More »
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