Pick a day:
9:30 AM | 10:30 AM
This important orientation is required for you to be processed to payroll. Please bring original Social Security card.
Last Day to Deposit a Dissertation or Thesis for a February 1, 2018 Degree.
2:30 PM | 3:30 PM
The functional behavior of the brain emerges from interactions among large networks of neurons. What is the right mathematical framework for describing the dynamics of these networks? How are the...
10:00 AM | 11:00 AM
Newly hired employees will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with our Benefits Officer, to ask any questions, and submit all benefit enrollment forms. Current employees who have life-changing...
11:00 AM | 12:00 PM
12:00 PM | 1:00 PM
12:00 PM | 1:45 PM
A lecture with Professor Arpit Gupta, NYU Stern School of Business
Title: Leverage, Default, and Mortality: Evidence from Cancer Diagnoses
“Search, Matching, and Training”
2:00 PM | 3:00 PM
3:00 PM | 4:00 PM
9:30 AM | 6:00 PM
Biological function emerges from interactions among many constituent parts. How can we identify the most microscopic components from their encoding in the genome? How does evolution shape these...
9:30 AM | 4:30 PM
Structure and dynamics, control and evolution
Biological function emerges from interactions among many constituent parts. How can we identify the most microscopic components from their encoding in...
6:00 PM | 8:00 PM
Please join us Thursday, February 1st from 6 to 8pm in the James Gallery for the opening reception of GCC: Belief in the Power of Believe, which investigates cultural heritage of the Gulf region of...
Last day to register for Spring 2018.
Victoria Rosner, Columbia University
In A Room of One’s Own, Virginia Woolf famously claimed that women needed a room to themselves to become writers. Far less well known are Woolf’s...
Presenter: Danilyn Rutherford
President, Wenner-Gren Foudnation
Title: "The Sovereignty of Vulnerability"
2:00 PM | 5:00 PM
Carl Bender (Washington University in St. Louis)
Complex variable theory provides insight into the nature of physical theories. For example, it provides a simple and beautiful picture of...
3:00 PM | 4:30 PM
New Hire Orientation for member entering teaching and non-teaching titles. During this session new employees are ask to present completed New Hire Packet along with Form I-9 documents for employment...
10:00 AM | 12:00 PM
As an international student in F-1 or J-1 status in the US, it is important that you understand your tax filing requirements. Don't worry! Sprintax will be at the Graduate Center to explain how...
A lecture with Professor Jess Benabib, NYU
Title: Wealth Distribution, Theory and Empiric Work in Progress
“Search, Matching, and Training”
4:00 PM | 5:00 PM
Ken Wissoker, Editorial Director of Duke University Press and Director of the Intellectual Publics program at The Graduate Center, CUNY will discuss the process of turning a Ph.D. dissertation into a...
TLC Workshop on Teaching on the Commons
FT employees will be trained on the use of the Banner Self-Service for electronic time and leave reporting. If there are any questions, please feel free to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
4:00 PM | 6:00 PM
Rachel Bernard, Program Officer at the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS), will provide information and offer proposal writing tips for both the Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion...
6:30 PM | 8:00 PM
GCC’s art practice often utilizes widely circulating digital imagery, political theater, and contemporary life generated in the Middle East to create monumental objects and experiences. This...
Reservations are full; this event will be LIVE-STREAMED.
While unpopular with most New York voters, President Donald Trump rose to great wealth and power in this liberal, capitalist mecca....
6:30 PM | 8:30 PM
Pulitzer Prize-finalist Stephen Kotkin has written the definitive biography of Joseph Stalin, from collectivization and the Great Terror to the conflict with Hitler's Germany that is the signal...
A Lecture by: Evan Warshaw, Graduate Center PhD student
Title: Asymmetric Volatility Spillover Between European Equity and Foreign Exchange Markets
“Search, Matching, and...
12:00 PM | 4:00 PM
Join the Health Education Coordinator in the Lobby for information and resources about HIV and AIDS ahead of our Free Rapid HIV Testing Event with the Ryan-NENA Community Health Center later this...
1:00 PM | 2:00 PM
Chamber Music on Fifth I
Music In Midtown begins the spring season with a program of chamber works performed by gifted artists of the Graduate Center’s DMA music performance program. Our...
1:00 PM | 3:00 PM
This workshop will provide helpful tips on the application process and preparing a proposal to the National Institute of Health - NRSA Individual Fellowship Program (F-31). This workshop is open to...
A discussion with Rolena Adorno and Roberto González Echevarría, authors of the recently published Breve historia de la literatura latinoamericana colonial y moderna (Madrid, 2017). The two parts of...
As you’ve no doubt heard, when it comes to the job hunt, it’s not what you know, it’s who. Our GC alumni find great jobs, both inside and outside the academy. These are people you...
10:00 AM | 11:30 AM
11:00 AM | 1:00 PM
Condensed Matter Talks with E. Miles Stoudenmire from the Flatiron Institute. Room 5209.
Upcoming Sociology Colloquium Series
February 09, 2018 Deborah Carr, Boston University
"Golden Years?: Social Inequalities in Later Life"
Jonathan Flatley, Wayne State University
It can be easy to forget that from time to time variously depressed, stunned, and abused persons come together in solidarity to form newly energetic,...
Lincoln's Birthday observed.
Spring 2018 Colloquium Series - Full Schedule
A lecture with Professor Constantine Yannelis, NYU Stern School of Business
Title: When Investor Incentives and Consumer Interests Diverge: Private Equity in Higher Education
Spring 2018 Tuesdays
2/13 4:30-6:30 pm
Van Tran, Columbia University
“Hyper-Selectivity and Asian Racial Mobility”
3/6 4:00-6:00 pm
Katharine Donato, Russell Sage...
Juliet (Lianye) Zhu presents on a topic in Phonology.
Title: Tonal domain association of Shanghainese monomorphemic tetrasyllabic words
This study explores how tonal domain is...
7:00 PM | 8:30 PM
Please join us in celebrating and honoring the life and work of the late Thomas Lux. Featuring readings and remembrances from Amber Tamblyn, Vijay Seshadri, Patrick Rosal, Mary Karr, Marie Howe,...
12:00 PM | 2:00 PM
Join the Futures Initiative on February 14th from 12-2pm for “Co-creating Social Change: Transformative Learning in a Community College.”
This discussion will showcase a collaborative...
Nothing to do on Valentine’s Day? How about joining us for an unconventional celebration of the publication of Precarious Work (edited by Alyson Cole and Victoria Hattam), WSQ (Vol. 45, Nos....
Deirdre Cooper Owens wrote Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the Origins of American Gynecology to reveal the historical connections of slavery to the development of professional American...
Deirdre Cooper Owens will be discussing her book, Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the Origins of American Gynecology, in conversation with Jennifer Morgan and Sasha Turner Bryson.
7:30 PM | 9:30 PM
Frédéric Chopin (1810-1849)
Variation on the March from Bellini’s I Puritani (1837)
Hans Werner Henze (1926-2012)
Lucy Escott Variations (after Bellini) ...
4:15 PM | 6:00 PM
John Kingston (UMass, Amherst) presents:
How Order Matters
Speech sounds nearly always occur in the context of other speech sounds, and those other speech sounds affect their...
6:00 PM | 7:30 PM
Virginity as Automony in Shakespeare's Pericles
In this talk I explore a perspective on female virginity that emerges in Pericles in the associations of Thaisa, Marina,...
weaving ways of knowing
In the past decade there has been an explosion of visual and arts-based research projects across several disciplines. This exhibition features the work of students...
10:30 AM | 5:00 PM
Have questions about your immigration status? Want to speak with an immigration attorney? Join us Friday, February 16th at 10:30 AM at the GC in room 9205 for an Immigration Information...
Deadline for add/drop, level and residency changes.
TLC Workshop on Teaching as an International Student
Dorothy Wang (Williams College, ACLS Visiting Scholar at The Graduate Center) and Ammiel Alcalay (Graduate Center & Queens College) will introduce the event with their views on the present stakes...
President's Day Observed.
Are you an F-1 international student about to complete your program of study at the Graduate Center or Graduate School of Journalism?
Are you considering working in the United States after you...
Classes to follow a Monday schedule.
11:00 AM | 3:00 PM
Join the Wellness Center and Ryan-NENA Community Health Center for an event with FREE Rapid HIV Testing for Students, Faculty, and Staff.
In chronicling the adventurous life of legendary CIA operative Edward Lansdale, The Road Not Takendefinitively reframes our understanding of the Vietnam War.
In this epic biography of Edward...
Chamber Music on Fifth II
Music In Midtown presents a chamber music concert featuring a stellar group of musicians from the DMA performance program, including Audrey Abela, piano; Federico Diaz,...
Elvira María Restrepo, University of Miami
Mary Roldán, Hunter College, CUNY
Mauricio Font, Bildner Center
Elvira María Restrepo (Ph.D., Oxford University) is currently...
Speaker: Suzanne V.H. van der Feest (CUNY Graduate Center)
Title: Effects of Speaking Style and Context on Online Word Recognition in Adults and Young Children
Abstract: Previous research has...
4:30 PM | 6:30 PM
Title: "From Slavery to Freedom: Liberating the Soviet Jewish Woman from Gender Inequality"
Abstract: From the outset, the Bolsheviks strove to create an...
Bianca Williams is Associate Professor of Anthropology at the Graduate Center, CUNY and author of "The Pursuit of Happiness". She will be joined in discussion by Tami Navarro, Director of...
Government jobs, both local and federal, provide a wide range of opportunities for scientists and social scientists. Careers in this sector can include research coordination, project management,...
TLC Workshop on Museum Pedagogy
The panel will include recent graduates who will discuss their experiences bringing their thesis or capstone project to completion. We will talk about starting your research, finding a faculty...
Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921)
Bagatelles, Op. 3
Claude Debussy (1862-1918)
La soirée dans Grenade
Jardins sous la pluie
10:00 AM | 6:00 PM
"Activism in Academia II" is an interdisciplinary, one-day symposium organized to initiate a larger conversation between CUNY and non-CUNY faculty and students about the value of apolitical...
10:30 AM | 11:30 AM
Presenters: Ling Luo and Hao Tang
This workshop will share ongoing mobile app development for Chinese language teaching and learning. The mobile app, Applying...
12:00 PM | 1:30 PM
Join the Graduate Center Library and the Office of International Students at the Zotero Workshop for International Students on Friday, February 23, 2018 from 12:00 - 1:30 PM in Room C196.05. This 1.5...
In this talk Seth Koven, G.E. Lessing Distinguished Professor of History and Poetics at Rutgers University, analyzes how and why an ill-treated cargo of green sea turtles from the Caribbean to New...
Murphy Halliburton, Queens College and Graduate Center, CUNY
"Indian Pharma, Big Pharma and the Struggle for the Control of Medical Knowledge"
Joshua B. Freeman, Distinguished Professor of History, Queens College, and the Graduate Center, in conversation with Steven Greenhouse, Former Labor Reporter, New York Times
A lecture with Professor Timothy M. Christen, NYU Stern School of Business
Title: Dynamic Models with Robust Preferences: an Empirical Framework
“Search, Matching, and Training”
2:30 PM | 4:30 PM
The library will host a research workshop specifically for MALS students. In this workshop, librarian Stephen Zweibel will discuss research at a graduate level. Topics to be covered include:
TLC Workshop on Creativity
Next in this series seeking common ground on contentious issues, noted journalist Carol Jenkins (host of Black America on CUNY-TV) explores the recent cultural conversation about sexual misconduct,...
This workshop will cover every aspect of conferences from finding the right organizations, guidelines for applying, how to fund your travel and registration expenses, and some tips on presenting your...
2:00 PM | 4:00 PM
Are you an F-1 international student about to complete your program of study at the Graduate Center or the Graduate School of Journalism?
Are you considering working in the United States after you...
You’ve heard about networking. It helps ensure that your job materials land on the right desk, improves your chances of getting interviews, and opens you up to new opportunities and...
As a sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax code goes into effect, experts with different points of view discuss its implications and ways of redesigning our current system to benefit all. Panelists...
In his talk, titled “Poor Queer Studies Mothers,” Matt Brim will address the urgent problem of class stratification in higher education through the lens of a specific academic formation:...
The Stone Center Inequality Lecture Series
Join us for a seminar and discussion with Guido Alfani on “Economic inequality in preindustrial societies: the Republic of Venice and Europe,...
Professor of Political Science, University of Konstanz
Title: “Public Opinion on Policy and Budgetary Trade-offs in European Welfare States: Evidence from a...
11:00 AM | 1:30 PM
Condensed Matter Talks with Daniel Podolsky (Technion). Room 5209.
Christina Hagedorn (College of Staten Island)
Articulatory Preservation and Compensation in Post-Glossectomy Speech
This work aims to investigate the articulatory behavior of post-operative...
Plasticity and networks are today’s metaphors for the brain and mind. The idea that brains are plastic, made of dynamic networks, raises questions about the relation between physiology,...
Claudio Sopranzetti, Oxford University
"On the Fragility of Power: Revolt and Counter-Revolt in Thailand"
The MALS Lightning Talks Challenge is an opportunity to showcase the academic excellence and important scholarly work of MALS students. Each participant has three minutes to give a Lightning Talk, a...