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Commencement Address by Uday S. Mehta
Distinguished Professor of Political Science
June 3, 2014
Good evening and welcome Chancellor Milliken, Interim President Robinson, members of... Read more
Address on Behalf of the Graduates by Suzanne Tamang
Ph.D. Program in Computer Science Read more
Cyclical Psychodynamics and the Contextual Self: The Inner World, the Intimate World, and the World of Culture and Society
Diverse Early Childhood Education Policies and Practices: Voices and Images from Five Countries in Asia
Michael James Roberts (Sociology, 2005) published Tell Tchaikovsky the News: Rock ’n’ Roll, the Labor Question, and the Musicians’ Union, 1942–1968 (Duke University Press,... Read more
The American Academy in Rome has awarded John V. Maciuika
(Assoc. Prof., Baruch, Art History) the National Endowment for the Arts Rome Prize in the category of Historic Preservation and... Read more
Relación de los mártires de La Florida (Account of the Martyrs of La Florida) del P.F. Luis Jerónimo de Oré
(Universidad Católica del Perú, 2014) Read more
Cathy Davidson, who will join the Graduate Center faculty in July 2014, wrote “Why ‘Educational Reform’ Sends Educators Running for Cover—And How We Can Change That” in... Read more
Professor Robert C. Smith (Baruch, Sociology) published new research exploring "Black Mexicans" and the use of racial categories. Smith's research draws on more than 15 years of... Read more
Distinguished Professor David Nasaw, Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. Chair in American History, has been named the next president of the Society of American Historians. Read more