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The Great Ethics of Aristotle
(Transaction Publishers, 2014)
Research Handbook on Economic Models of Law
(Edward Elgar, 2014)
The Museum of American Art, Berlin, and The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles, are both concerned with the histories of... Read more
David Olan, interim associate provost for humanities and social sciences, announced on April 1 that the Graduate Center has awarded dissertation fellowships to eighty-six Level III doctoral... Read more
The Graduate Center has won a Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. These grants support the planning stages of... Read more
Graduate Center D.M.A. student Imri Talgam won the 11th Orleans Piano Competition on March 15 in Orléans, France, including prizes totaling 15,000 euros. The competition is devoted to repertoire... Read more
Michelle Fine, distinguished professor of psychology and urban education at the Graduate Center, has won the 2014 Deborah W. Meier Award for Heroes in Education from FairTest, the National Center... Read more
“The Community College Route to the Bachelor’s Degree," by doctoral candidate David B. Monaghan (Sociology) and distinguished professor Paul Attewell (Sociology, Urban Education), was published online on March 19th in Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis (EEPA). Read more
Transforming Urban Education: Urban Teachers and Students Working Collaboratively
(Sense Publishers, 2014)
The White House has named alumnus Christopher Emdin (Urban Education, 2007) a STEM Diversity and Access Champion of Change. The honor recognizes individuals and organizations who are working to... Read more