CUNY Pipeline Program's MAGNET Mentors
2015 MAGNET Mentors: (Left to Right) - Ashley Danies, Talisa Feliciano, Maria QuiƱata, Angela Crumdy, Najja Kossally, Justin Gallagher, Remi Poindexter, Elaine Sandoval, Maria Cioe Pena, Cristina Perez-Diaz, Jose Chavarry, Gordon Barnes, LeiLani Dowell, Eric Bayruns, Eric Ramos, Francisco Fortuno Bernier, Michelle Morales, Kent Klymenko, and Celeste Winston.


For Students

Educational Opportunity & Diversity
Pipeline Program
Student and Academic Affairs
Health & Wellness
Office of Career Planning and Professional Development
Parental Accomodation
Doctoral Students' Council

Presidential MAGNET Fellowships
Provost's Enhancement Fellowships
Other Fellowship Support

Certificate Programs and Interdisciplinary Concentrations
Africana Studies
Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
Latin American and Caribbean Studies
Women’s Studies
Lesbian/Gay/Queer Studies

Student Organizations
DSC Chartered Organizations are a good place to meet students with similar interests. Some are focused on social activities, and others on research. For more information, contact some of the groups.
Africana Studies Group
Chinese Students and Scholars Association
Colombian Studies Group
Dominican Studies Group
Feminist Studies Group
Greek Community Group
Korean Students Association
Taiwanese Students Organization
Udaan-Indian Students and Researchers Association
Women of Color Network
All DSC Chartered Organizations

CUNY Diversity Initiatives
The Diversity Projects Development Fund (DPDF) was established by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Human Resources Management to support educational projects, scholarly research, creative activities, and other programmatic initiatives that promote multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion, affirmative action and nondiscrimination for the benefit of the University community. More information attached.
Diversity Projects Development Fund

For Faculty and Staff

Compliance and Diversity
Faculty Diversity Strategic Plan Update Spring 2014

CUNY Diversity Initiatives
Diversity Projects Development Fund
Faculty Fellowship Publication Program
Feminist Press