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November 2010 posting
Mimi Abramovitz (Prof., Hunter, Social Welfare) was honored as a cofounder of the Welfare Rights Initiative at Hunter College at its 15th anniversary celebration, on May ... Read more
July 2010 posting
Mimi Abramovitz (Prof., Hunter, Social Welfare) had a letter to the editor printed in the January 11 edition of the New York Times, in response to the January 2 article... Read more
January 2010 posting
Mimi Abramovitz (Prof., Hunter, Social Welfare) coauthored, with Jennifer Zelnick, the paper “Double Jeopardy: The Impact of Neoliberalism on Care Workers in United... Read more
The American Sociological Association (ASA) has announced that Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Distinguished Professor of Sociology at The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, was elected the 97th President of the ASA. She will assume office in August of 2005, following a year of service as President-elect. Read more
The Graduate Center of the City University of New York is pleased to announce the appointment of two acclaimed scholars to its already distinguished faculty: Saul Kripke to the Ph.D. Program in Philosophy and Kenneth Tobin to the recently formed Ph.D. Program in Urban Education. Read more