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.
Professor Diana Diamond (City College/GC, Psychology) recently received the 2014 Research Award from the International Society for Transference Focused Psychotherapy (ISTFP) for her paper on patients with co-morbid borderline and narcissistic personality disorder. Read more
Setha Low was recently featured in "Wanted: More (and Better) Discourse on Designing Diverse Communities," an article in The Atlantic's CITYLAB.
Professor Robert Hatcher (City College, Psychology), who serves as director of the Wellness Center at the GC, was recently named winner of the 2015 Distinguished Applications of Psychology to Education and Training Award, bestowed by the American Psychological Association. Read more
Professor Eduardo Vianna (Psychology, LaGuardia) was featured prominently in an extensive New York Times Sunday feature. Read more
Distinguished Professor Michelle Fine (Psychology/Urban Education) recently appeared on CUNY TV to offer academic perspective on how white people approach their racial identity. Read more
A groundbreaking 1998 book by Distinguished Professor Virginia Valian (Hunter, Psychology) is praised in "What Book Changed Your Mind?," a Chronicle of Higher Education feature article. Read more