The 2016 campaign has become a “referendum on the continued dominant role of white men in society,” asserts Professor Alyson Cole (GC/Queens, Political Science) in a compelling new essay for Fortune.
Professor Heath Brown (GC/John Jay, Criminal Justice) recently spoke about the days leading to November 8: what to expect, how much polling matters, and who will win. Read more
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
The pioneering work of Professor Eleanore T. Wurtzel (GC/Lehman, Biology), whose research is at the forefront of plant science, is featured in a special issue of the journal Science. Read more
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The Graduate Center (GC) and New York City College of Technology (City Tech) have been awarded a $324,502 Digital Humanities Implementation Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities’ (NEH) Office of Digital Humanities for "Learning in the Public Square: An Open Platform for Humanities Education." Read more
A new essay in The Atlantic by Professor Heath Brown (GC/John Jay, Criminal Justice) examines the lack of transparency in the presidential transition planning process. Read more
Professor McCoy, an expert in the study of criminal justice policies, recently spoke with the GC about numbers behind police-related violence, and how to put research into action: “The laws themselves have to change,” she says. Read more
Professor Tony Ro (Psychology) was recently featured in a New York Magazine article about synesthesia, a neurological phenomenon in which the senses involuntarily mingle — causing a person to believe they are “hearing" colors or “tasting" sounds. Read more
The third in a series of profiles to celebrate Pride month at the Graduate Center.
Professor Juan Battle (Sociology/Public Health/Urban Education) is an expert on race, sexuality, and social... Read more