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BIC’s 2023 AIGA Fresh Grad is Genaldri Tjahjadi

By BIC CCNY Posted on 06/27/2023 11:30

Canadian wildfires couldn’t dampen this year’s ceremony.

Bringing the Best to BIC >> Fall 2022 Guest Speakers Round-Up

By BIC CCNY Posted on 12/12/2022 15:08

Thank you to all of our guest speakers for sharing your wisdom with our BICsters!

Calling All Creatives >> The Run-Down on Spec Ads

By BIC CCNY Posted on 11/11/2022 14:16

What are you capable of creating when there’s no limits?

Wish We COULD Say More… Meta Foresight Team visits BIC

By BIC CCNY Posted on 10/26/2022 15:17

Meta visits Class of 2024 BICsters for a 2-day “forecasting conference”

BICsters Set Sail on the Baylander for Annual BIC Mixer

By BIC CCNY Posted on 09/06/2022 13:27

The BIC Class of 2023 mingled with the BIC Class of 2024 over food and drinks.

From Malaysia to Manhattan, BIC Class of 2024 is Welcomed to Campus

By BIC CCNY Posted on 08/31/2022 13:00

27 fresh faces arrive on campus for BIC Orientation and Luncheon

Ready to Change the World: BIC Welcomes The Class of 2023

By BIC CCNY Posted on 09/21/2021 09:10

BICsters back on campus for the BIC Class of 2023 orientation.

The BIC Class of 2021: Agile. Sharp. Dynamic.

By BIC CCNY Posted on 07/07/2021 12:35

From defending exceptional portfolios to pitching integrated marketing campaigns, the BIC Class of 2021 proved that they are agile, sharp and dynamic.

BICsters Impress Talent Seekers at the Virtual BIC PiP 2021

By BIC CCNY Posted on 04/20/2021 07:00

BIC is the only academic program with the chutzpah to give recruiters a sneak peek at portfolios prior to completion.

Michael Farmer in Media Village: Forget the Ivy League

By Nancy R. Tag Posted on 03/03/2021 14:39

“Our students are not put off by Madison Avenue's manslaughter -- they are used to upheavals, toughened by their personal experiences, and eager to attack the real world with all its opportunities. For an industry needing transformation, diversity, equity and inclusion, CCNY stands ready, as it always has, to provide well-educated graduates who have the right stuff.”