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including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
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The Graduate Center is delighted to welcome Dr. Jennifer Furlong as the new Director of Career Planning and Professional Development. She earned her Ph.D. in romance languages at the University of... Read more
A “spellbinding solo meditation that hovered between Arabic cantillation and expanded Western tonality, with hints of jazz” and the “most memorable moment of the Divan’s New... Read more
Faculty members in Industrial/Organization (IO) Psychology experienced remarkable success and recognition for their work over the past five years. Most recently several members of the core doctoral... Read more
Irwin Oreskes, who served on the doctoral faculty in biochemistry until his retirement from Hunter College in 2003, died on March 1 at the age of 86. He leaves behind him generations of graduates who... Read more
The Graduate Center embraces the academic tradition of providing a diverse and intellectually robust forum for discussion across the spectrum of ideas and points of view. Further, the GC's steadfast commitment to unfettered debate and dialogue is an expression of its mandate as a publicly funded institution. Read more
New York State Education Department has given its stamp of approval, as of February 1, for a Ph.D. Program in Nursing at the Graduate Center. With this approval, the Graduate Center, CUNY, follows... Read more
The 2013 Gilder Lehrman Lincoln Prize went to Distinguished Professor James Oakes (History) for his book Freedom National: The Destruction of Slavery in the United States, 1861–1865 (W.W.... Read more
Alfonso W. Quiroz, professor of Latin American and Caribbean history, died on January 2, 2013. A member of the history program at Baruch College since 1986 and a member of the doctoral faculty... Read more
It is my sad task to inform you that our beloved colleague Isaías Lerner, Distinguished Professor of Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages (HLBLL), passed away on... Read more