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including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
on the Faculty Profiles page.
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New Yorkers at every location in the city can now find the names and contact information of all their elected officials by using only one online location: www.MyGovNYC.org. This vital interactive... Read more
One Out of Three: Immigrant New York in the Twenty-First Century
(Columbia University Press, 2013)
(l. to r.) Herbert Berman, William P. Kelly, Chase F. Robinson, Gale Brewer, Steven Brier, Mike Byers.
Photo: Paula Vlodkowsky.
“This is a great day for the Graduate Center,” commented President Kelly. He was speaking to a large crowd on May 8 at a ribbon-cutting ceremony initiating work on a Ninth Floor/Roof... Read more
Dr. Ayman A. E. El-Mohandes, an internationally recognized leader in the field of public health, has been named Dean of the CUNY School of Public Health ("SPH"), effective September... Read more
Jonathan Kalb (Professor, Hunter, Theatre), who serves as literary advisor and resident artist for Theatre for a New Audience (TFANA), is curating a free “Open Book” lecture series... Read more
Paul L. Wachtel (Dist. Prof., City, Psychology) won the 2013 Scientific Award, given annually by Division of Psychoanalysis (39) of the American Psychological Association (APA). After receiving... Read more
Cynthia Lee Wong, a Ph.D. student in composition, was selected to participate in “New Voices,” an innovative collaborative project for emerging composers launched in 2012.
The... Read more
The Community Development Reader, 2nd ed.
Experts from the City University of New York, public and nonprofit sectors, and city government discussed lessons learned from Superstorm Sandy in three sessions, all free and open to the public,... Read more
The Religious and the Political: A Comparative Sociology of Religion
(Cambridge University Press, 2013)