Michio Kaku - Reimagine Tomorrow
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Jack Gelber
Jack Gelber (April 12, 1932 – May 9, 2003) was an American playwright best known for his 1959 drama The Connection, depicting the life of drug-addicted jazz musicians. The first great success of...
Ken Smith (architect)
Ken Smith (born 1953) is an internationally acclaimed American landscape architect.
Smith was born in Waukee, Iowa, and attended Iowa State University, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s of Land...
J. Max Bond, Jr.
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Anthony Leeds
Anthony Leeds (January 26, 1925 – February 20, 1989) was an anthropologist best known for his work in the favelas of Rio de Janeiro and on urban-rural relations in Brazil.
He received his B.A. in ...
Bunji Sakita
Bunji Sakita (崎田 文二, Sakita Bunji, 1930 – August 31, 2002) was a Japanese-American theoretical physicist who made important contributions in quantum field theory, superstring theory and discov...
Wendy Perron
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Michael Wyschogrod
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Daniel D. McCracken
Daniel D. McCracken (July 23, 1930 – July 30, 2011) was a computer scientist in the United States. He was a Professor of Computer Sciences at the City College of New York, and the author of over two d...
Kurt Vonnegut bibliography
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List of City College of New York people
The following is a list of notable alumni and faculty of the City College of New York.
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John Lewis (pianist)
John Aaron Lewis (May 3, 1920 – March 29, 2001) was an American jazz pianist, composer and arranger, best known as the musical director of the Modern Jazz Quartet.
John Lewis was born in La Grange...
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Gilbert Baumslag
Gilbert Baumslag (April 30, 1933 – October 20, 2014) was a Distinguished Professor at the City College of New York, with joint appointments in mathematics, computer science, and electrical engineering...
Abraham Foxman
Abraham Henry Foxman (born May 1, 1940) is a Litvak-American lawyer. He is the National Director of the Anti-Defamation League
Foxman, an only son, was born in Baranovichi, just months after the S...
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Jeanne Chall
Jeanne Chall (1921 - November 27, 1999) a Harvard Graduate School of Education psychologist, writer, and literacy researcher for over 50 years, believed in the importance of direct, systematic instruc...
Madeleine Cosman
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Louis Leo Snyder
Louis Leo Snyder (4 July 1907 – 25 November 1993) was an American-born German scholar who witnessed the Nazi mass meetings and wrote about them in Hitlerism: The Iron Fist in Germany. He predicted Ado...
Lawrence University
Location in WisconsinLawrence University is a liberal arts college and conservatory of music in Appleton, Wisconsin. Founded in 1847, the school held its first classes on November 12, 1849. Lawrence w...
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Jean Roemer
Jean Roemer (born in England about 1815; died in Lenox, Massachusetts, 31 August 1892) was a Dutch soldier and a United States professor of French language and literature at the City College of New Yo...
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Jill Nelson
Jill Nelson (born June 14, 1952) is a prominent African-American journalist and novelist. She has written several books, including the autobiographical Volunteer Slavery: My Authentic Negro Experience...
Stephen P. Duggan
Stephen Pierce Hayden Duggan (December 20, 1870, New York City - August 18, 1950, Stamford, Connecticut) was a United States scholar and educator known as the “apostle of internationalism.”
He was...
John Patitucci
John Patitucci (born December 22, 1959) is an American jazz double bass and jazz fusion electric bass player.
Patitucci was born in Brooklyn, New York, where he began playing the electric bass at ...
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Frederic M. Wheelock
Frederic Melvin Wheelock (September 19, 1902, in Lawrence, Massachusetts – October 29, 1987, in Sharon, Connecticut) is best known for his authorship of Wheelock's Latin. He graduated cum laude...
Josephine Gattuso Hendin
Josephine Gattuso Hendin (born 1944) is an Italian American feminist novelist and critic.
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Morris Raphael Cohen
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Kurt Vonnegut
Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (/ˈvɒnɨɡət/; November 11, 1922 – April 11, 2007) was an American writer. His works, such as Cat's Cradle (1963), Slaughterhouse-Five (1969), and Breakfast of Champions (1973), ...
James Emanuel
James Emanuel (born June 15, 1921 – September 28, 2013) was a poet and scholar from Alliance, Nebraska. Emanuel, who is ranked by some critics as one of the best and most neglected poets of the 20th c...