The daylong conference on Wednesday, October 11, will examine the connections between social movements and electoral politics. Read more
A groundbreaking study led by Professor Leslie McCall (Political Science and Sociology) has important implications for ways to increase support for policies that enhance economic equality.
A study commissioned by the City of New York and carried out by Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf (Political Science, Sociology), working with several city agencies, found that residents of Western Queens volunteer at more than double the national rate. Read more
The Graduate Center has established a firm foothold in the burgeoning field of inequality studies, as evidenced by the 2017 Society for the Study of Economic Inequality (ECINEQ) conference. Read more
Fake news, Twitter attacks, and viral videos are making life more difficult for corporate and political leaders. But it’s a golden age for experts in global crisis and reputation management like Kara Alaimo (Ph.D. ’15, Political Science). Read more
Frances Fox Piven, Graduate Center, CUNY - Video
CUNY TV, “Eldridge & Co.,” 3.29.17 Read more
Doctoral student Saira Rafiee (Political Science), who was detained in Abu Dhabi and returned to Tehran in the wake of the executive order on immigration, spoke with WNYC this week about the experience. Read more
Reunions and Sighs of Relief as Some Stranded Students Return to U.S.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2.5.17 Read more
The GC's Leslie McCall (Sociology/Political Science) comments on “Higher Education and Upward Mobility,” an upcoming panel discussion featuring economist Raj Chetty of Stanford University. Read more
Trump’s Immigration Ban: Meet Some of the Stranded Muslims
NBC News, 1.30.17 Read more