Distinguished Professor Michelle Fine (Psychology/Urban Education/Women’s Studies) appeared in an Al Jazeera America segment this week on the rise of Islamophobia in the United States and the effects on children of Muslim-American families. Read more
Beginning in January 2016, Kelly will be responsible for leading the NYPL’s four research centers — the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture; the Science, Industry and Business Library; the Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center; and the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building on Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street — and their 460 staff members. Read more
Professor Matthew K. Gold (NYCCT/GC, English/Digital Humanities) has been elected Vice President/President-Elect of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH), the primary scholarly association for digital humanists in North America. Read more
Professor Mandana Limbert (GC/Queens, Anthropology) has been awarded a 2016-17 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Fellowship for her project, “Oman, Zanzibar, and the Politics of Becoming Arab.” Read more
In a New York Times feature published this week, Distinguished Professor Michelle Fine (Psychology/Urban Education/Women’s Studies) commented on how growing anti-Muslim hostility affects young Muslim Americans. Read more
The GC’s Public Science Project today announced the launch of a national survey of LGBTQ and Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) youth that promises to yield groundbreaking insight into a vastly unrecognized and underserved population. Watch the video. Read more
Professor Robert Hatcher (Psychology) has been named the 2015 recipient of the Award for Distinguished Contributions of Applications of Psychology to Education and Training, bestowed by the American Psychological Association. Read more
The debut collection of essays by Felix Bernstein (English) has been named among the “Best of 2015” by Artforum International Magazine. Read more
Selfiecity, the high-profile project spearheaded by Professor Lev Manovich (Computer Science), continues to yield intriguing findings — this time about social media users in England’s capital.
An extraordinary program at the GC — the first of its kind — serves a population about whom very little is known: Students with Interrupted or Inconsistent Formal Education (SIFE).