- New Lehman College President José L. Cruz spent his first day touring the campus, getting acquainted with administrative personnel, and connecting with students. New Lehman President Tours Campus.
- Prof. Thomas Spear (Languages and Literatures) was honored late last month at the annual Livres en Folie book festival, held in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, with the Gardien du Livre—or “Keeper of the Books”—prize for his work promoting Haitian literature. He was one of three recipients of the award. Lehman Professor Honored with the ‘Gardien du Livre’ Prize at Annual Festival.
- Dr. Brad Schoenfeld has been named the NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative (FAR) at Lehman College. Dr. Brad Schoenfeld Named Lehman’s NCAA Faculty Athletics Representative.
- Karina Rivera, a senior majoring in journalism at Lehman College, is the recipient of the 2016 Elaine Rivera Scholarship Fund in Journalism. The fund honors the memory of the celebrated reporter and educator who died in 2013. Lehman Announces Elaine Rivera Scholarship Winner.
- The Staff of the Counseling Center, Safe Zone Program, and Public Safety stand in solidarity with the victims of the Orlando tragedy. Lehman Responds to Orlando Nightclub Shooting.
- Katie Ross and Leandra Sepulveda—Class of 2016—are the first graduates of the Lehman's Fast 4 Business program. Two Students Are First To Graduate From Fast 4 Business Program.
- Two Lehman students won prestigious acting awards from the Kennedy Center. Lehman Theatre Students Win Scholarships at Kennedy Center Festival.
- trip to Spain last summer was a transformational experience for biochemistry and anthropology major Gabriela Rodriguez. Biochemistry Student’s Trip to Spain, Benefits Lehman Chemistry Lab.
- The Lehman College Department of Athletics handed out ten major awards to its student-athletes. Lehman Athletics Holds 64th Annual Awards Dinner.
- The College's School of Education was Ranked No. 5 in NYC and No. 11 in the U.S. Lehman School of Education Rated One of America’s Best Programs.
- While most students were unwinding over spring break, members of a new musical called “Daniel in the Lion’s Den” were hard at work at Lehman College. Riverdale resident and music professor Penny Prince composed the score, though the script itself was a collaborative process involving the cast. “This show is something different, not only from the content and the story but also from the way it was made,” said Lehman freshman Bryan Paredes, who plays the part of King Belshazzar. Riverdale Press: You’re Gonna Hear Them Roar.
- The path to an undergraduate degree majoring in biochemistry has been anything but typical or easy for Lehman junior, George Maio. The 29-year old graduated in 2009 from Saint Thomas Aquinas College in Rockland County with a degree in marketing. After several years in the marketing and advertising industries, he realized he wanted a career in the sciences, and came to Lehman in 2013. Biochemistry Student Wins American Chemical Society Fellowship for Innovative Work.