“Excellence Award Recipients“, 2015-2016 Year End Report Koppelman School of Business, July 2016
“Excellence Award Recipients“, 2014-2015 Year End Report Koppelman School of Business, July 2015
“Excellence Award Recipients“, 2012-2013 Year End Report Koppelman School of Business, July 2013
Interviewed by Jean Menesky Magliore, “Students Celebrate Halloween BC Style,” The Kingsman, Nov. 2010.
Interviewed by Jean Menesky Magliore, “TEEP Helps Students Find Internships and Jobs,” The Kingsman, Nov. 2010
“Collaborations“, Faculty Newsletter, Volume 13, Number 1, Fall 2009
Carachiolo, Amanda, “Professor Bassell Helps Students Succeed,” Excelsior,September 2008.
It can be hard in the swarm of bustling college students and busy professors to find someone who will pause to listen and help. Myles Bassell is a professor in the Business and Finance department. He’s referred to as a coach by many of his students and is known for being easy to contact and easily accessible... Click here for full article.
Lynn, Vanessa, “Rate My Professor LIVE!,” Excelsior, March 2008.
An up-close and personal event of “Rate My professor Live” was held at the Student Center on March 13; students Clubs organized the event to initiate a dialogue between students and professors... Click here for full article.
Gardner, Amber, “TEEP Top Shape,” Around the Quad, Summer 2008.
As the spring 2008 semester comes to a close, the Brooklyn College Quad and Library are occupied by students buried in books, tenaciously typing term papers and studying for finals. For nearly five dozen undergrads in the Entrepreneurship Experience Program (TEEP), however, the ultimate test is applied... Click here for full article.
Hamill, Denis, “Anything possible at Brooklyn College,” New York Daily News, May 26, 2008.
On Thursday, Leonard Lopate, the brilliant Brooklyn-born WNYC radio host will deliver the commencement speech to 3,400 graduates of Brooklyn College. Perfect choice. It will take a man like Lopate, who can literally talk about anything, to connect with these grads who come from all over the world to this magical land called Brooklyn because they know anything is possible here...Click here for full article. Click here to view article on New York Daily News website.
Gardner, Amber & Wilkins, Paul M., “Ceremony for Target Case Study,” Excelsior, April 7, 2008.
A team of six students, who participated in the Brooklyn College Target Case Study Program, will be awarded a $3,000 grant in an award ceremony sponsored by Target Corporation on May 6... Click here for full article.
Gardner, Amber, “Students 4 Students Party Draws 700 RSVPs,” Around the Quad, Winter 2008.
Vampires, French maids, ThunderCats, fairies, convicts, bumblebees, and mimes partied on Halloween in the newly renovated Student Center, amid glowing orange lights, cobweb covered stairwells, and faux bloody footprints. Balloons and fog covered the dance floor, where Trinity and Fada Sounds DJs played the hottest songs... Click here for full article.
Gardner, Amber. “SUBO Getting Spruced Up,” The Kingsman, October 22, 2007.
The student center at Brooklyn College will celebrate its 45th anniversary with a major $1.5 million interior and exterior renovation. Constructed in 1962, and funded entirely by college students, the new student center will showcase major developments within the penthouse, game room and cafe... Click here for full article.
Gardner, Amber. “Professor Opens Doors for Business Students,” Excelsior,January 30, 2007.
The Business Leadership Society a new student organization at Brooklyn College is the first of its kind for business students in seven years. Myles Bassell, a full-time faculty member in the Business Program, recently announced the formation of the Business Leadership Society, of which he is the Faculty Advisor. Bassell is eager for the society to have longevity... Click here for full article.