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This edition: Season Eight, #2

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Episode Details

Original tape date: December 28, 2008.

On this episode of Study With The Best we'll meet John Jay College Professor Gerald Markowitz who , with a colleague, exposed a major cover-up in the chemical industry; and we'll celebrate the launch of a program at Baruch College where they are teaching students that education really pays. We'll join Brooklyn College students as they engage in a day-long celebration of Latino culture; and Barry Mitchell speaks with student activists who are helping keep Queens College "green."

Guest List

Alan A. Aja Profesor Asistente, Brooklyn College/CUNY

David Bauer Student, City College/CUNY

Katherine Cobb VP Finance & Administration, Queens College/CUNY

Ben Corpus VP of Student Affairs/Dean of Students, Baruch College/CUNY

Duane Ferguson Alumnus, Lehman College/CUNY

Chanc. Matthew Goldstein Chancellor, City University of New York/CUNY

Ryan Harmon

Joel Klein Schools Chancellor, NYC Dept. of Education

Gerald Markowitz Distinguished Professor of History, John Jay College & CUNY Graduate Center

Antonio Nadal Sub-Director/Profesor, Departamento de Estudios Puertorriqueños y Latinos Brooklyn College/CUNY

Urayoán Noel Poeta

Edward Rodriguez Executive Director, Rewarding Achievement (REACH)

Dewan Tarek Student, Queens College/CUNY

Despina Teodorescu-Maris Co-Host, Study With the Best

Bonnie Lee Tozzi Estudiante, Brooklyn College/CUNY

Jennifer Youn Student, Queens College/CUNY

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