Photo: Jonathan Blanc / NYPL The Library will build on its mission to engage, inspire, support, and connect a growing community of scholars worldwide through a new collaboration with the American Academy in Rome  The New York Public Library (NYPL) and the American Academy in Rome (AAR) announced today aContinue Reading

Kids Can Spend the Summer at the Smithsonian—In Person and Online Smithsonian Associates offers one-of-a-kind learning experiences that spark the imagination—and offer plenty of great fun—during Smithsonian Summer Camp, now offered in person and online. A wide variety of in-person camps for children will be held Tuesday, June 21, throughContinue Reading

Book Cover, A Girl’s Guide to Puberty and Periods Written by Columbia University Researchers and Includes “My First Period” Stories and Advice from Girls Across the US /PRNewswire/A Girl’s Guide to Puberty and Periods is a body-positive illustrated book that helps girls ages 9-14 understand what to expect about puberty andContinue Reading

Governor Hochul’s Plan will Incentivize Teaching as a Profession; Create a Robust Pipeline for Future Educators Plan will Address New York’s Ongoing Teacher Shortage and Dramatically Increase Funding for K-12 Education Governor Kathy Hochul today announced a plan to rebuild New York’s teacher workforce, with an emphasis on recruiting andContinue Reading

Mandates COVID-19 Vaccine Booster and Mandatory Pre-Testing for All Students Planning to Regularly Access Campus  Ongoing Testing Plans Required for All Campuses Vaccinations for All Faculty Governor Kathy Hochul announced issuance of spring semester reopening guidance for SUNY and CUNY campuses which includes the continuation of the student vaccine mandate as wellContinue Reading

Tuition Covered for 1,000 New or Current Healthcare Workers  Governor Kathy Hochul today announced the opening of the application period for the “Nurses For Our Future” Scholarship. The scholarship will cover tuition for 1,000 new or current healthcare workers to earn an Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN) or Bachelor’s ofContinue Reading

Photo © Peter Kuper / Courtesy of NYPL /W.W.Norton The free exhibition, opening January 7, 2022 at the 42nd Street library, showcases Kuper’s unique drawings of insects interacting with the classic architecture of the Library’s iconic central building and the breathtaking migration of the Monarch butterfly. This show promises toContinue Reading