The Graduate Center offers more than thirty doctoral programs in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences, including History.
Learn about the Graduate Center's core faculty,
including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
on the Faculty Profiles page.
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Alfonso W. Quiroz, professor of Latin American and Caribbean history, died on January 2, 2013. A member of the history program at Baruch College since 1986 and a member of the doctoral faculty... Read more
Oligodendrocytes developing in culture, from the immature stage (left) to mature (right). Oligodendrocytes are the cells that make myelin in the brain.
Motivation and Personality: Handbook of Thematic Content Analysis
(Cambridge University Press, 1992; paperback, 2008)
The Conscious Brain
(Oxford University Press, 2012) Read more
During the last quarter of 2012, the Graduate Center received twenty-six grants totaling $2,012,000. The listing below, for eight grants of $100,000 or more to six principal investigators (PIs),... Read more
More than thirty new faculty appointments were made to twelve doctoral programs and two certificate programs at the Graduate Center between October 16 and December 18, 2012. Listed below, after each... Read more
It is my sad task to inform you that our beloved colleague Isaías Lerner, Distinguished Professor of Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages (HLBLL), passed away on... Read more
Photo (Mark Hauber): Naturally blue eggs of song thrush with experimental dyed black egg
Mark E. Hauber, professor of biology and psychology at the Graduate Center and Hunter College, and a team... Read more
The Graduate Center mourns the recent loss of five vital members of its community. Read more