Distinguished Professor Blanche Wiesen Cook (History) spoke recently about Roosevelt’s legacy — and how “America’s greatest First Lady” might have viewed the current state of affairs. Read more
Ph.D. student Cory Greene (Psychology) was featured in The Christian Science Monitor this week for his efforts to transform the lives of young black men and communities affected by mass incarceration.
Distinguished Professor Robert M. Haralick (Computer Science) has been awarded the coveted King-Sun Fu Prize, the highest honor given to researchers in the subject of pattern recognition.
The GC’s Political Science program is hosting a series of vibrant conversations about the general election and what insights political scientists might offer about our current moment of unprecedented politics.
Maggie Nelson (Ph.D. ’04, English), an award-winning writer known for nonfiction works such as 2015’s The Argonauts, has been named a 2016 MacArthur Fellow by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
Latinas registered to vote (and voted) at higher rates than Latino males in each U.S. presidential election from 1992 through 2012, according to a new study by the GC’s Center for Latin America, Caribbean and Latino Studies (CLACLS) in partnership with CNN en Español. Read more
The Graduate Center’s Latin/Greek Institute has been awarded a $1 million grant by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation that will expand opportunities for students of all backgrounds to participate in the Institute’s nationally renowned summer language program. Read more
Professor Setha M. Low (Anthropology/Environmental Psychology), whose novel research focuses on the anthropology of space and place, has been awarded the inaugural Senior Scholar Award from the Society of Urban, National and Transnational/Global Anthropology (SUNTA).
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A widely published specialist in cognitive socialization, Ruck recently talked about how his background lends to this new role as Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity and Inclusion, and what he envisions as the GC’s path for increased diversity and inclusion. Read more