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Doctoral candidates Stephen E. Harris (Biology) and Marissa Bellino (Urban Education) have won the Science Prize for Inquiry-Based Instruction from the American... Read more
Religious Change and Indigenous People
Greek Americans: Struggle and Success (3rd ed.)
(Transaction Publishers, 2013)
The Sociology of Islam: Collected Essays of Bryan S. Turner
The Holocaust Educational Foundation will award Professor Dagmar Herzog (History), Daniel Rose Faculty Scholar at the Graduate Center, the Distinguished Achievement Award in Holocaust Studies in... Read more
Manu Bhagavan, professor of history at the Graduate Center and Hunter College, was interviewed on NPR on December 12 about this week’s controversial decision by the Supreme Court of India to... Read more
India and the Quest for One World: The Peacemakers
(Harper Collins India, 2012; Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
Professor María Elena Torre, the Director of the Public Science Project at the Graduate Center, has received the 2013 Michele Alexander Early Career Award, an extremely competitive and prestigious award given by The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI). Read more
In an initiative to promote innovation in doctoral education, the Graduate Center, City University of New York, will award up to eight new Humanities Fellowships to students entering in Fall 2014. Read more
A History and Sociology of Willowbrook State School
(American Association on Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities, 2013)