To Help Black Families, Focus on Jobs

Real Clear Policy, 4.22.15
Essay by Robert Cherry, Stern professor in economics at Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.


Columbia’s Stiglitz, LSE’s Stern, on Climate Change - Podcast

Bloomberg Radio, The Bloomberg Advantage, 4.22.15
Joseph Stiglitz and Nicholas Stern appeared on Bloomberg Radio to discuss climate change and inequality, a preview to a more comprehensive conversation that they had at the Graduate Center, CUNY later in the evening on Earth Day.


Gregory Pardlo, Pulitzer Winner for Poetry, on His Sudden Fame

The New York Times, 4.22.15
Mr. Pardlo cobbled together a living through a string of teaching positions and is getting his Ph.D. in English at the Graduate Center, City University of New York.


Manhattan's Towering Income Inequality, in 2 Charts

The Atlantic, CITYLAB, 4.21.15
According to Andrew Beveridge of Queens College and the Graduate Center at CUNY, Manhattan is the most unequal of all U.S. counties with a population above 100,000 people. Beveridge’s research shows that Manhattan’s top 20 percent's mean income is 43 times that of the bottom 20 percent of earners.


Manhattan's Enormous Income Inequality Explained in 2 Charts

Business Insider, 4.21.15
Andrew Beveridge of Queens College and the Graduate Center at CUNY stated during a recent conference on inequality, that Manhattan is "the most unequal" of all US counties with a population above 100,000 people.


Lincoln Selected Writings - Podcast

John Batchelor Show, 4.15.15
David S. Reynolds of the CUNY Graduate Center was interviewed on April 15 on The John Batchelor Show (ABC Radio national broadcast), In the hour-long interview, Reynolds discussed his current book, Lincoln’s Selected Writings.


John Wilkes Booth and the Higher Law

The Atlantic, 4.12.15
Essay by David S. Reynolds, is a distinguished professor of English at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.


The Dangerous Myth of Appomattox

The New York Times, 4.11.15
Opinion-editorial by Gregory P. Downs, an associate professor of history at City College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and the author of “After Appomattox: Military Occupation and the Ends of War.”


Light-powered Gyroscope will be World's Smallest

The Economic Times (India), 4.3.15
If the size of an optical gyroscope is reduced to just a fraction of a millimeter, as is presented in the new study, it could then be integrated into optical circuit boards, according to Li Ge, a physicist at the Graduate Center and Staten Island College, City University of New York.


Light-powered Gyroscope is World's Smallest: Promises Powerful Spin on Navigation

Phys.org, 4.1.15
A pair of light waves - one zipping clockwise the other counterclockwise around a microscopic track - may hold the key to creating the world's smallest gyroscope: one a fraction of the width of a human hair. Li Ge, a physicist at the Graduate Center and Staten Island College, City University of New York and colleagues from Yale University, discovered a new detection scheme that may lead to not only the world’s smallest gyroscope, but has potential for intriguing new applications.


Hedging Your Bets

Chronicle of Higher Education, 3.11.15
Opinion-editorial co-authored by Jennifer S. Furlong, director of the office of career planning and professional development at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.


Mental Health at Work - Audio

BBC, Business Daily, 3.31.15
Janet Gornick, professor of sociology and political science at The Graduate Center, City University of New York discusses Sheryl Sandberg’s book, “Leaning In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead.” Story begins at 11:09.


Helping Black Men Thrive

Real Clear Policy, 3.28.15
Essay by Robert Cherry, professor of Economics at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center.


From Microsoft, a Novel Way to Mandate Sick Leave

The New York Times, 3.26.15
Ruth Milkman, sociologist of labor at the City University of New York Graduate Center, why the only way to achieve paid sick leave policies is through public policy initiatives.


Big Bang Data Revisited - Video

Dis Magazine, 3.15
A conversation between curator Olga Subirós, Graduate Center, CUNY scholar Lev Manovich, and Data Issue editors Marvin Jordan and Mike Pepi.


Move by Former NYC Mayor Bloomberg to Create Smaller Schools Leads to Big Disparities Within Single Buildings

New York Daily News, 3.17.15
A Daily News analysis of city and state Department of Education data from the 2013-14 school year examined the disparities between schools that share a building and found significant variations in graduation rates, test scores, race and wealth. “The school system Bloomberg created shows marked differences in student populations,” said David Bloomfield, an education professor at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Grad Center.


Lack of Diversity in NYC's Top Schools - Video

Brooklyn Independent Media, “BK Live,” 3.12.15
David Bloomfield, professor of education leadership, law and policy at Brooklyn College and the Graduate Center, CUNY, discusses strategies on how to advance more diversity into New York City schools. He appears at 3:17 in the video report.


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