We are pleased to announce that our 6th Annual Pedagogy Day won support from the Board of Educational Affairs’ Grants for Precollege and Undergraduate Teaching Conferences and from the STP Conference Speaker Grant Program! Both programs will provide funding for our conference to take place in Fall 2015. Read more
We are pleased to announce and congratulate the students who received the 2015 Provost's Pre-Dissertation Summer Research Fellowship from the Graduate Center: Devin Heyward and James Sevitt. Congratulations!
With great pleasure, the Psychology program congratulates the students who received Graduate Center Awards for the 2015-2016 academic year and the Spring 2015 semester: Philip Kreniske, Wen Liu, Yael Oelbaum, Seung Yeon Yoon, Angela Jones, Brenda Malcolm, Hannah Jaicks, and, James Head. Read more
Maureen O’Connor, Executive Officer of the GC's Ph.D. Program in Psychology, was named the 2014 recipient of the Margaret Floy Washburn Award. Read more
Interactive Democracy: The Social Roots of Global Justice (4th edition)
(Cambridge University Press, 2014) Read more
Homelessness and ‘Defensive Architecture’--Podcast
KCBS Radio, 2.21.15 Read more
GC Psychology students and alumni continue to be recognized for their accomplishments:
Psychology student Joseph DeLuca has been awarded a $2500 "Qualtrics Behavioral Research Grant" from Qualtrics. He has also been honored as a Dignity Recovery Center Fellow by the Mental Health Association of San Francisco and the California Mental Health Services Authority.
Psychology graduate Anthony Perillo won the AP-LS dissertation award. Read more
Michelle Fine and María Torre, GC professors of psychology and co-founders of the Public Science Project (PSP), were invited by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office to join the Data and Research Working Group of the Leadership Team on School Climate and Discipline. Read more
Anti-Homeless Spikes: 'Sleeping Rough Opened My Eyes to the City's Barbed Cruelty'
The Guardian, 2.18.15 Read more
Congratulations to psychology doctoral student Peri Ozlem Yuksel-Sokmen who in 2014 won several noteworthy awards for her dissertational research concerning caregiver-child interactions in minority-majority contexts and her involvement as a language activist, respectively.