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including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
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Robert Bittman (Dist. Prof., Queens, Biochemistry, Chemistry) provided the keynote speech on “Synthetic Sphingolipids as Immunoregulatory Agents” at the 2011 Southeast... Read more
David Del Tredici (Dist. Prof., City, Music), a Pulitzer Prize–winning composer, was honored with two productions celebrating his 75th birthday. On March 15, soprano Courtenay Budd joined Del... Read more
On Monday, March 19, the New York Times printed an op-ed piece by Peter Beinart (Assoc. Prof., School of Journalism, Political Science) titled “To Save Israel, Boycott the Settlements.”... Read more
David Garland, in the British Journal of Criminology, gave a fine review to The Criminological Imagination (Polity, 2011), the latest book by Jock Young (Dist. Prof., GC, Criminal Justice,... Read more
The Clarion, the magazine of CUNY’s Professional Staff Congress, featured doctoral faculty astronomer Kathleen E. Saavik Ford (Assoc. Prof., BMCC, Physics) in its March 2012 issue. Ford, who... Read more
David Reynolds, distinguished professor of English and expert in American studies, writes in an op-ed for the Daily News (February 29, 2012): “Rick Santorum’s rejection of the separation... Read more
David S. Reynolds (Dist. Prof., GC, English) published an op-ed in the New York Times on January 26, “Why Evangelicals Don’t Like Mormons,” about Mitt Romney’s presidential... 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
Alva Noë (Dist. Prof., GC, Philosophy) published “Art and the Limits of Neuroscience” in Opinionator, a New York Times exclusive online commentary, on Sunday, December 4. Read more
Setha Low (Prof., GC, Anthropology) will direct a “Working Group on Public Space and Diversity” with Darshan Vigneswaran (Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute), for which the Max Planck... Read more