The Department of Music offers a 64-credit major in music leading to the BS degree. The undergraduate program offers a general program of study with emphasis on theory, musicianship, history, and performance within a liberal arts college curriculum. A minor in music (12 credits), and an enhanced minor in music (18 credits) are also offered, requiring any undergraduate music courses, except MSH 114, MSH 115, and MSH 245. Visit the Department.
Lehman alumna Leah Fredman (’12) is making academic news again—she was just awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship to study “identity fusion” in Israel.Read More »
Lehman College congratulates four recent scholarship recipients – three from the Bronx CUNY Scholarship Fund and one from the New York Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. All have plans to work for the well-being of Bronx residents and advocate for a healthier global village. Francisco Cruz and Sharonda Oppong-Addae are Bronx CUNY Scholars and Genill Reynoso is an Elias Karmon Scholar; Imani Dubois received the New York Hispanic Chamber of Commerce award.Read More »
Alumna Letitia James Elected NYC Public Advocate, First African-American Woman to Hold Citywide OfficeNovember 6, 2013 6:59 am Alumni, Alumni Relations, Psychology Dept
Lehman College alumna and New York City Councilwoman Letitia James has been elected Public Advocate for the City of New York, the first African-American woman to hold citywide office. She succeeds Bill De Blasio, who was elected Mayor in the 2013 municipal election.
James, who graduated in 1982 with a degree in psychology, ran unopposed in the general election after defeating Daniel Squadron in a Democratic primary runoff.
Launched in 2012, “Psi Chi Connection” is produced and written by chapter members.Read More »
Two Bronx residents, Lisa Blanco and Leah Fredman, captured the top honors at Commencement this year.Read More »
“In twenty years of being the adviser to this chapter, and in my capacity as a Psi Chi officer, I have never seen a team of officers anywhere function as well, or with as much genuine affection for one another, as this one,” explains Professor Vincent Prohaska.Read More »