White Plains Alumni Reception 2022

On September 22, Queens College hosted alumni from the White Plains area at the Sonesta White Plains Downtown Hotel. President Frank H. Wu greeted alumni and guests, and shared news about Queens College. Kevin Abraham, who is a currently a senior at QC, spoke about his experiences as both a student and an adjunct lecturer. He illustrated how the College provides current QC students with opportunities through internships, career services and the alumni network.

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Class of 1982 Reunion

On June 11, alumni from the class of 1982 visited the Queens College campus to celebrate their 40th milestone reunion. Alumni met for lunch at Gino's of Kissena, and then a took a self-guided tour around the QC campus.

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Royal Sonesta Boston Hotel 2021

On December 2, QC hosted alumni from the Cambridge MA area at the Royal Sonesta Hotel. President Frank H. Wu warmly greeted alumni and guests at one of our first in-person gatherings since hte pandemic started. He provided them with news about their alma mater. Alumni had the chance to share memories of their time as students and recognize Queens Colelge as a life changing experience for them.

We look forward to our next New England alumni event in Fall 2022.

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Reunion Brunch at TWA Hotel 2021

On November 7, QC hosted alumni, celebrating their milestone reunion, at the Ambassador Lounge in the TWA Hotel at JFK Airport.  President Frank Wu greeted alumni and guests and shared news about Queens College’s 2021-2026 strategic plan. 

Led by Peter Bonet ’71, a scholarship fund was started in 2011 by alumni members of the ALA fraternity.  This year’s ALA scholarship recipients, JiaYing Zhou and Kevin Abraham, graciously accepted the award. They were thankful for the scholarship which has helped them continue their studies at Queens College.

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Cambridge/Boston Alumni Reception 2019

On November 14, QC hosted alumni from the Cambridge, Boston and New Hampshire area at the Royal Sonesta, Cambridge.  Interim President William Tramontano greeted alumni and guests and offered  a discussion on what's going on at Queens College.  Alumni were also treated to a special reading on "The Student Experience" by Class of 2019, MFA program and scholarship recipient, Kristen Freedman.  Kristen's discussion came full circle when she pointed out that her mother- Diane- in attendance, is also a QC grad from the Class of 1969!

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BUSINESS ALUMNI RECEPTION 2019

On June 13th, 2019 the Office of Alumni Relations hosted a reception for business alumni at the Vanderbilt Suites in Manhattan. Attendees were able to mingle with fellow alumni, current students, staff and faculty over cocktails and a light dinner. The event featured remarks by Michael Wolfe, Dean of Social Sciences and the new interim President, William Tramontano.

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LONG ISLAND ALUMNI RECEPTION 2019

On April 4th, 2019 the Office of Alumni Relations hosted a reception for alumni living in the area at the Walt Whitman Birthlace Association. Attendees were able to take a tour of the grounds and enjoy a cocktail reception. The event featured Dr. Roger Sedarat and Dr. Miles Grier, who gave compelling talks about their work at Queens College and exemplified the excellent faculty teaching at QC.

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NEW JERSEY ALUMNI RECEPTION 2019

On March 14th, 2019, the Office of Alumni Relations hosted a reception at teh Hilton Short Hills for alumni living in the New Jersey area. Gail Marquis '80 gave a a few remarks about her time at Queens College. Professor Abigail Doukhan gave her talk "Cain and Abel: Lessons on Immigration."

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FLORIDA ALUMNI BRUNCH 2019

On January 27th, 2018, the Office of Alumni Relations hosted the second annual Florida Alumni Event at the Delray Beach Marriott. It was pleasure to welcome close to 60 alumni living in the Florida area. Thank you to President Félix Matos Rodríguez and Lee Fensterstock '68 for speaking on the state of the college and answering questions from the audience. Attendees also heard from Susan Issacs '65, who gave her talk "How I Burnt My Finger in Chem Lab 1 and Became a Novelist."

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