Covering Sandy for The Bronx Journal

The Bronx may have been spared the worst of Hurricane Sandy, but many in the Lehman community felt her wrath.  Lehman's Multimedia Journalism staff and students were touched by the storm and many were moved to report the events around them in the Bronx, Brooklyn, the Rockaways and New Jersey.

Hurricane Sandy: The Aftermath

Photographer and Lehman Lecturer David McGlynn covered the hurricane's aftermath, from the flooding in lower Manhattan to the devastation in the Far Rockaways and New Jersey.

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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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Sweet Dreams and Happy Graduation Counselor Education/School Counseling Class of 2012 and Welcome Class of 2016!

What a year it has been. We started off with the Class of 2012 immersed in readying their school counseling program websites, school counseling curriculum classroom lessons, school counseling brochures, and digital bulletin boards while busy in internship sites in K-12 schools in the Bronx, Queens, Manhattan, Westchester, and beyond. To see what they look like, check out Lehman Counselor Education/School Counseling '09 alum Lisa DeMauro's Manhattan middle school counseling program website at: htt...

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Lehman Reporters Profile Fascinating Bronx Seniors

"We have done horrible things with aging. Our country has not helped people to understand what it really means to age positively." -- Dr. Laura Singer

Residents of Kittay House, an independent living center in the Bronx, set remarkable examples of how to live well, age gracefully and never stop learning.

As part of an exercise in writing profiles, Bronx Journal students recently visited Kittay on Webb Avenue, a short distance from Lehman. A dozen residents, aged 64 to 95, were waiting, with...

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I'm going to miss this place...

In 2006, I was graduating from another college with my associate's degree. With no real plan other than the idea of wanting to study journalism at Lehman College, I honestly couldn't wait to begin my journey. Many people would think I am saying this to boost egos--but I've had some of the best professors, my most favorite being Professor O'Hanlon. I took about three or four courses with him, and learned so much that I try to incorporate into whichever field of journalism I pursue. Each time a...

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The Bronx Journal - A Lehman Showcase

I am a lecturer in the Journalism, Communications and Theatre department where I teach interactive media and digital news design. I am also a faculty adviser for The Bronx Journal (TBJ), an award-winning multimedia publication produced by Lehman students.

TBJ covers the Bronx for borough residents. Our students report, write, shoot and produce the site's content, which includes text, photography, audio, video, and slideshows.

Over the last year, our journalism students have created...

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30 Students, 30 Year Age Difference, 30 Social Media Sites – Welcome to IBA 153

What was I thinking? That was the thought that ran through my mind as I began developing the content for my new IBA course in Lehman’s Adult Degree Program.  My challenge: How do I develop a course that is not overly intrusive, allows students to understand changing communication styles, and engages the student in an exploration and evaluation of social media sites?

As I began developing the course content, I reflected upon the traditional communication process and the normal “buzz...

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Academic Advising

While I carry many different responsibilities as an Academic Advisor: technology projects, teaching in-service coursework, writing, committee work, etc., my favorite part of my job is the part described by my title. I enjoy advising students.

Much of my time spent with students is focused on helping them to choose courses that fulfill their graduation requirements.  Sounds simple? Yes, but only sometimes. Sometimes a student will need to talk through various alternatives—for example, choices...

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What Makes Counselor Education/School Counseling at Lehman Special

Hi everyone and Happy National School Counseling Week!

I am honored to be the first School of Education faculty blogger for CUNY Lehman College. The Counselor Education/School Counseling Program is in the Counseling, Leadership, Literacy and Special Education Department and our department office is Carman Hall B-20.  What makes our program special includes our focus on transformed school counseling and college and career access/readiness/success for all K-12 students. Professional School...Read... Read More »
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