Praise for Book:
Pathways to Reform: Credits and Conflict at The City University of New York

A riveting account.” — Eugene M. Tobin, Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

The narrative flow of a novel.” — Elizabeth Nunez, Hunter College, CUNY

Interesting and engaging.” — Thomas Bailey, Teachers College, Columbia University

Scrupulously important book.” — Paul Attewell, Graduate Center, CUNY

Well documented and exceptionally well written....there is no other book like this one.” — William G. Bowen, Ithaka and Princeton University

Meticulous research… sending a message that hard work and acting without fear is a winning strategy.. ” — Matthew Goldstein, CUNY

Latest News

  • Expansion of Articulation of Credit Transfer (ACT) Project to 7 CUNY Colleges

    It gives me great pleasure to announce the expansion of the Articulation of Credit Transfer (ACT) project, with funding from the Petrie Foundation added to existing funding from the Heckscher Foundation. Now, led by Ithaka S+R (Martin Kurzweil) and The City University of New York, we are helping 7 CUNY …Read More
  • New Online Tool Shows How CUNY Courses Transfer

    Announcing CUNY’s TRANSFER EXPLORER ( ), AKA TREX or T-Rex. This online tool, funded by the Heckscher Foundation and created with Ithaka S+R, can show anyone how any CUNY course transfers from one CUNY college to another (no login needed). We are still refining it, but please check it out!Read More

Latest from the Blog

  • Ithaka S+R to Expand Transfer Improvement Efforts with CUNY

    With Support from the Petrie Foundation, ACT Project Expands from Three to Seven CUNY Campuses  by Martin Kurzweil, Cindy Le, Alexandra W. Logue (Reposted with permission from the Ithaka S+R blog: When students transfer from one college to another they frequently are unable to count their previously earned credits toward degree …Read More
  • Streamlining Transfer for CUNY Students in the Bronx

    by Martin Kurzweil, Cindy Le, and Alexandra W. Logue Reposted with permission from the Ithaka S+R blog: . Approximately one-third of college students begin their postsecondary education in community colleges, yet over 80 percent of these students aspire to earn at least a bachelor’s degree. In order to achieve their goals, these students …Read More