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Setha Low discusses new malls being built in Riverdale Read more
Ruth Milkman on labor trends in New York City Read more
Kendra Brewster, a recent alumna of our Critical Social/Personality program, has just received the 2014 Dissertation Research Award from the International Association for Research on Service-learning... Read more
Professor Roger Hart and Student Scott Fisher Discuss Children and Climate Change Read more
Kasey Powers has been selected as the graduate student recipient for the Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award, and Ray Moody has received a National Institute of Health Diversity Supplement. Read more
Setha Low Comments on the Growing "Surveillance State" Read more
The New York State Psychological Association’s Division of Women’s Issues has awarded Maureen O’Connor the 2014 Margaret Floy Washburn Award. Read more
The Book of Eggs: A Life-Size Guide to the Eggs of Six Hundred of the World’s Bird Species
(University of Chicago Press, 2014)
News of recent awards won by students in the Critical Social/Personality Psychology track Read more