Be inspired! Through the Hunter College Student Engagement initiatives, Hunter students have attended performances with their faculty, covered political conventions and presidential debates, presented papers at national and international conferences, and toured museums, parks, and preserves.
Co-curricular Activity Initiatives
|Professors Elizabeth Beaujour and Richard Burke and Thomas Hunter Honors Program students Michelle Adler, Molly Rose Avila, Mikhail Bekarev, Michael Brown, Alison Brunn, Christopher Eng, Jon Ford, Samson Lin, Nikolay Lisnyanskiy, Wanda Lucentini, Michael Peck, Lucas Salgado, Natalya Serebrennikova, Yulia Spektorsky, Amy Vogel, and Shanshan Zheng attended the Metropolitan Opera's The Queen of Spades (Pikovaia dama).|
Student Presentation Initiatives
Hunter's Acting Director of the Asian American Studies Program, Jennifer Hayashida, and students Zabrina Collazo, Jackie Fernandez, and Emil Marquita participated in the East of California Conference at the University of Connecticut
Student-Faculty Research Initiatives
In the past, Film and Media majors--Kisha Allison, Jackie Fernandez, and Jonathan Mena--covered the Democratic National Convention and the final Presidential Debate at Hofstra University as professional journalists. Check out some of their reports at http://www.youtube.com/user/thehunterword.
Last summer, Professor of Computer Science Susan Epstein and students Kenneth Cordero, Davis Quintanilla, and Allan Zelener made significant progress on Loqui, a wizard ablation dialog system project. For details, visit http://www1.ccls.columbia.edu/~Loqui/#project .