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Puleng Segalo (Psychology, 2013) was recently named one of South Africa’s top scientists for her work with female survivors of apartheid.
Segalo, a senior lecturer at the University... Read more
GC Professors Publish Report on New York’s Rising Unionization Rates Read more
Uwe Martin, "White Gold"
The world we inhabit is expanding. Global population growth, increased mobility, accelerated contacts, rising levels of production and consumption, and the expansion of natural resource extraction... Read more
Lincoln’s Selected Writings
Kasey Powers has been selected as the graduate student recipient for the Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award, and Ray Moody has received a National Institute of Health Diversity Supplement. Read more
The Graduate Center to establish the Center for Digital Scholarship and Data Visualization as part of CUNY Big Data Consortium Read more
The New York State Psychological Association’s Division of Women’s Issues has awarded Maureen O’Connor the 2014 Margaret Floy Washburn Award. Read more
In pursuit of its commitment to disseminate research and scholarship openly, the Graduate Center Library recently announced the creation of the GC’s Academic Works. Read more
Handbook on Cuban History, Literature, and the Arts: New Perspectives on Historical and Contemporary Social Change
Michelle Johnson, doctoral student in the Ph.D. Program in Linguistics and Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program, unveiled her independent study project, “Languages Above the Subways.” Read more