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Professor Robert Hatcher (City College, Psychology), who serves as director of the Wellness Center at the GC, was recently named winner of the 2015 Distinguished Applications of Psychology to Education and Training Award, bestowed by the American Psychological Association. Read more
Professor Eduardo Vianna (Psychology, LaGuardia) was featured prominently in an extensive New York Times Sunday feature. Read more
Distinguished Professor Frances Fox Piven (Political Science/Sociology) was a featured guest on an MSNBC segment about LGBT equality. Read more
Evita, Inevitably: Performing Argentina’s Female Icons
Before and After Eva Perón
(University of Michigan Press, 2014)
A new Graduate Center study shows that household income is becoming even more concentrated among the high-earning households in the United States, while poorer households are experiencing no measurable gains. Read more
Caroline Bean Stute (Music Performance) is a cellist, performer, teacher, doctoral student — and now, staff sergeant in “The President’s Own.” Read more
The Graduate Center recently hosted a Wikipedia editing workshop led by Professor Michael Mandiberg, an interdisciplinary artist and scholar recently recognized as one of the “100 Leading Global Thinkers of 2014” by Foreign Policy magazine. Read more
Routledge Handbook of Religions in Asia
After the Red Army Faction: Gender, Culture, and Militancy
(Columbia University Press, 2014)
Professor Lev Manovich (Computer Science) has been named to “The Verge 50,” an annual list of the most influential and interesting figures in technology, art, science, and culture. Read more