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including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
on the Faculty Profiles page.
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Graham George Priest (Dist. Prof., GC, Philosophy), who joined the GC in August 2009, has been awarded a prestigious Humboldt Fellowship from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in Bonn, Germany.... Read more
William Bialek, founder of ITS @ the Graduate Center and a faculty member in physics, was recently elected to the National Academy of the Sciences. Read more
Robert Bittman (Dist. Prof., Queens, Biochemistry, Chemistry) provided the keynote speech on “Synthetic Sphingolipids as Immunoregulatory Agents” at the 2011 Southeast... Read more
Katherine K. Chen (Asst. Prof., Sociology, City) won the 2011 Best Book Prize from the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) for her book Enabling Creative... Read more
Professor Zaghloul Ahmed receives the highly prestigious 2011 NYC BioAccelarate Award Read more
Distinguished Professor Nancy K. Miller (GC, Comparative Literature, English, French) has won the 2012 Jewish Journal Book Prize for What They Saved: Pieces of a Jewish Past (University of Nebraska... Read more
Michelle Fine (Dist. Prof., GC, Psychology, Urban Education) is the 2011 recipient of the Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award, which recognizes educators in the preferred fields of psychology, medicine,... Read more
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded an Emeritus Fellowship to Raymond Erickson (Prof. Emer., Queens, Music) for his proposal “Tolerance, Jews, and the Early Enlightenment in Saxony: The... Read more
Karen Strassler (Asst. Prof., Queens, Anthropology) has been awarded this year’s Gregory Bateson Prize by the Society for Cultural Anthropology for her book Refracted Visions: Popular... Read more
Seminar series will address the recognition of cultural differences in democratic societies Read more