CNR in the News The first holiday after a loved one’s death

December 13, 2018
“The holidays are centering moments in our lives,” says Ken Doka, Ph.D., professor of sociology at the College of New Rochelle, consultant at the Hospice Foundation of America, and author of Grief is a Journey. “And they’re about getting together with loved ones, so we feel out of sync with people when we are coping with grief.”

Lohud: Health care jobs in Westchester, Rockland: How to pick top-paying careers

December 4, 2018
Health care jobs are booming as new training programs strive to help New Yorkers get to work.That’s a key takeaway from labor reports about health care jobs driving New York’s economy, as well as efforts to better prepare workers, like the new $100,000 clinical simulation laboratory opened at College of New Rochelle School of Nursing and Healthcare Professions.

Daily Challenge: Rosa Parks Remembered at Campus Dedication

November 30, 2018
The Rosa Parks Campus of The College of New Rochelle will now occupy a new 21,000 square-foot building on West 125th Street in Harlem.

The New York Times: How to Grieve Online Friends You Never Met in Person

October 10, 2018
“You don’t really have a socially sanctioned right to grieve,” said Dr. Kenneth Doka, who teaches gerontology at the College of New Rochelle in New York.

The Mount Airy News: Pilot Mountain student interns in London

August 2, 2018
Daniel Hancock, who graduated from East Surry in 2016 and is a junior at The College of New Rochelle in New Rochelle, New York, is majoring in sports marketing with a concentration in sports media.

Catholic Catholic college prof’s true-to-life soccer book optioned by Netflix

July 12, 2018
Bass' book, “One Goal: A Coach, a Team, and the Game That Brought a Divided Town Together,” has been selling well since it was published earlier this year. In June, Netflix bought the option to make a movie or a miniseries based on the book.

Hollywood Reporter: Netflix Options 'Friday Night Lights'-Like Soccer Story 'One Goal'

June 19, 2018
Bass, a professor of history at the College of New Rochelle (and alumnus of Bates College in Lewiston), has written four books and served as a senior research supervisor for NBC Olympic Sports, winning an Emmy for her work at the London Olympics in 2012.

Lohud: In horrible rain, locals run Boston Marathon five years after bombing

April  16, 2018
“It's quite a magical experience,” said Dr. Adrienne Wald, an assistant professor of nursing at the College of New Rochelle and wife of Westchester Track Club president Mike Barnow.

Harvard Business School:Carla Harris, Vice Chairman of Morgan Stanley, to be Harvard Business School’s Class Day Keynote Speaker

April  12, 2018
She has also received honorary doctorates from Marymount Manhattan College, Bloomfield College, Jacksonville University, Simmons College, the College of New Rochelle, St. Thomas Aquinas College, and Fisk University.

Lohud: White Plains schools focus on increasing diversity in advanced courses after fed investigation

April  9, 2018
Estee López, director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and Leadership at the College of New Rochelle, said data collection and support programs are essential to helping ELL students.

Lohud: College of New Rochelle hires new president, William Latimer, from Lehman College

March 21, 2018
William Latimer, an administrator at Lehman College, City University of New York in the Bronx, will join CNR April 15, according to an announcement from the board of trustees.

Westfair: College of New Rochelle names Lehman College Dean as Next President

March 21, 2018 
The College announced today that Latimer will step into the role on April 15. Latimer, the founding dean of the School of Health Science, Human Services and Nursing at Lehman College in the Bronx

CNN: Athletes don't have to win gold to make a statement

March 21, 2018
Amy Bass (@bassab1) is a professor of history at The College of New Rochelle. She is the author of "Not the Triumph but the Struggle: The 1968 Olympics and the Making of the Black Athlete" and "One Goal: A Coach, a Team, and the Game That Brought a Divided Town Together." As the former supervisor of NBC's Olympic Research Room, she is a veteran of eight Olympics, with an Emmy win in 2012.


Huffington Post: Women in Business Q&A: Cyndy DiPietrantonio, President and Chief Operating Officer, ALEX AND ANI

December 19, 2017
Cyndy DiPietrantonio is currently the President and Chief Operating Officer of ALEX AND ANI, an omnichannel retailer of meaningful, eco-conscious jewelry and accessories to positively empower and connect humanity.

FIOS 1: Professor brings national discussion on sexual assault into the classroom

November 22, 2017
As allegations of sexual misconduct against powerful men continue to surface, many are noting a need for deeper conversations surrounding the complexity of power dynamics and how they impact the workplace. Dr. Amy Bass teaches numerous courses at the College of New Rochelle where she says the conversation about male and female relationships in and out of the workplace is ongoing.

CNN: Soundtracks

May 25, 2017
Dr. Amy Bass, professor of history and director of the Honors Program, is a commentator on Episode 7, "Battle of the Sexes," in the CNN series Soundtracks. The eight-part series explores the songs that define our history, from the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. to the Stonewall Riots. 

News12 Westchester: HVIAC Basketball Championships at CNR 

February 23, 2017


914 Inc: The digital age of healthcare 

February 6, 2017
The healthcare job market is forecast to grow 20 percent between 2014 and 2024, he says, and “Nursing has a projected 19 percent growth rate through 2022, which will provide my grads a lot of jobs.”.

CNN: Super Bowl LI: A game is a game, and what a game this was

February 6, 2017
Super Bowl LI didn't solve anything. But an America that did not come together to watch a presidential inauguration, regardless of what kind of alternative facts people want to put out there, did, as always, watch a football game.

WVOX: Kevin Cavanagh, EVP of Strategy and Planning for CNR, on "Conversations with Amy Bass"

January 25, 2017
The two discussed CNR as a resource for the community, its impact on students’ upward mobility, and the positive outlook for the College’s future.

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Yahoo Finance: New York could enact one of the biggest-ever free tuition programs

January 11, 2017
Also among the critics of the plan: private universities. Multiple school officials told the New York Post they fear the plan will hinder enrollment at their schools, which compete with public universities for the same students.

New York Post: Colleges fear Cuomo's tuition-free plan will hurt them

January 9, 2017
“We’ve been already competing with those colleges on costs. Families are making their decision on the bottom line and value,” Cavanagh said.