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  • Press Release: Leading Editors Guide Promising Writers in New Institute

    A small class of gifted student writers will be working closely with some of the city's most celebrated editors when the CUNY Graduate Center's new Institute for Writers gets underway this month.  The innovative program gives talented non-fiction writers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to focus their skills by working intensively with editors who are known for turning promising writers into accomplished professionals.

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  • Press Release: October Public Programs

    The City University of New York Graduate Center announces the following public programs to be held during the month of October at the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street.

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  • Press Release: 5th Annual Prelude Festival Samples NYC’s Unconventional Theatre

    Readings, Performances, and Panels Provide 4-day Peek at New Works

    Special Program of Japanese Playwright & American Director Pairings Read more

  • Press Release: Vanitas: Photographs by Anna Vivante on View at Graduate Center

    From September 24 to October 27, the CUNY Graduate Center will present Anna Vivante: Vanitas in the Exhibition Hallway.  Featuring 46 black and white photographs, Vanitas is an ongoing series of images which juxtapose human and animal skulls with living organisms and objects, whose intriguing formal affinities invite prolonged contemplation.  Located on the first floor of the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street, the exhibition can be viewed Monday through Saturday, 12-6 pm.

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  • Press Release: Recent Prints of a Pop Art Master on View at Graduate Center: Jim Dine Selected Prints, 1996-2006

    From October 2 to December 8, the Amie and Tony James Gallery at the CUNY Graduate Center will present Jim Dine Selected Prints, 1996-2006.  This exhibition of forty-seven prints, two livres d’artiste (books illustrated by the artist), and a recently published portfolio highlights the technical innovation and deeply personal imagery of the Pop Art master’s printmaking oeuvre.  The gallery is located on the first floor of the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 12 to 6 pm.

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  • Press Release: Graduate Center Adds Seven Scholars to Faculty Roster

    The CUNY Graduate Center has added seven exceptional scholars to its highly regarded doctoral faculty:   Alan Berger, Philosophy; Bruce P. Braun, Earth and Environmental Sciences; Stephen Neale, Philosophy; Bruce Homer, Educational Psychology; Ida Jeltova, Educational Psychology; Jay Verkuilen, Educational Psychology; and Tamara Levitz, Music (beginning Spring ‘08 semester).

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  • Press Release: September Public Programs

    The City University of New York Graduate Center announces the following public programs to be held during the month of September at the Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street.

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  • Press Release: Rob Amory’s Intimate Digital Portraiture Comes to the Graduate Center

    From July 10 to August 9 the Art Gallery of the Graduate Center will present Rob Amory, The Light of Others.  The exhibition features 32 large-format, digital photographic portraits depicting intimate close-ups of the faces of unknown subjects. The Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the Graduate Center (365 Fifth Avenue at 34th Street). Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday, 12-6 pm.

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  • Press Release: New Studies Offer Insights on New York City Latinos

    Six newly released studies by the Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies (CLACLS) at the CUNY Graduate Center provide fresh insight and detailed factual analysis on a variety of issues facing Latinos in New York City.  Major findings from each of the studies include: Read more

  • Press Release: New Study Shows Long Term Benefits of Educational Access

    When measured over the course of a lifetime, the benefits of providing disadvantaged students, particularly women, with wider access to higher education are startling, according to a recently released study by sociologists at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY).  The researchers found that over a 30-year period, surveyed women admitted to CUNY in the early 1970s ultimately achieved a 70% college graduation rate, earned an annual average of $7,525 more than they otherwise would have, and passed the benefits of their educational experience on to their children.

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