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The Immigrants, 1923. Oil on canvas, 40 x 50 inches. Collection of Thomas and Karen Buckley.
Theresa Bernstein: A Century in Art, an exhibition of paintings created by American artist Theresa Ferber Bernstein, opens November 12 and runs through January 18 at the Graduate Center’s... Read more
Graduate Center candidates for a doctorate of public health examine the devastation due to Hurricane Sandy in Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York. Read more
Margaret Chin, associate professor of sociology, discusses her research on garment workers in a recent JustPublics@365 podcast. Read more
The American Academy of Nursing has elected Diana J. Mason president of the academy. Read more
Denis Nash, executive officer of the Doctor of Public Health (DPH) Program at the Graduate Center of the CUNY School of Public Health (SPH), and Mary Irvine of the NYC Department of Health and... Read more
The Center for Latin American, Caribbean & Latino Studies at the Graduate Center has released two new reports from its Latino Data Project. One focuses on changes over two decades in the... Read more
Juan Battle, professor of sociology, public health and urban education, discusses his groundbreaking research with LGBT people of color with the JustPublics@365, whose goal is to foster transformation on issues of inequality and social justice. Read more
Karyna Pryiomka (Critical Social/Personality Psychology) has won this year’s Division 26 (Society for the History of Psychology) prize for best student paper presented at the annual meeting... Read more
Distinguished Professor Cathy Spatz Widom (John Jay, Criminal Justice, Psychology), a renowned scholar on child abuse and neglect and its consequences, is the recipient of the 2013 Edwin H.... Read more
Jean Anyon, 72, professor of urban education at the Graduate Center, died of cancer on September 7, 2013. Professor Anyon studied the web of socioeconomic factors that affect public schools and... Read more