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365 Fifth Newsletter  |  Issue 34  |  Oct. 2017  |  To view in browser, click here.
Big Data and the Brain
First-year Ph.D. candidate Fahd Alhazmi came to the GC from Saudi Arabia to apply data science concepts to cognitive neuroscience.
News from the GC
Professor Sophia Perdikaris returned to Barbuda to rebuild the GC’s Human Ecodynamics Research Center.
Undaunted by Irma
Professor Sophia Perdikaris returned to Barbuda to rebuild the GC’s Human Ecodynamics Research Center.
As an Extreme Blue intern at IBM Michelle Morales, a Ph.D. candidate in linguistics, worked with the famous computer.
Coding Watson
As an Extreme Blue intern at IBM Michelle Morales, a Ph.D. candidate in linguistics, worked with the famous computer.
How did urbanization affect the flooding in Houston and Puerto Rico? Professor Peter Groffman offers insight.
Submerged Cities
How did urbanization affect the flooding in Houston and Puerto Rico? Professor Peter Groffman offers insight.
President Macron of France came to the GC to launch a fund supporting bilingual education in the U.S.
Parlez-vous français?
President Macron of France came to the GC to launch a fund supporting bilingual education in the U.S.
Just Published
Greater Gotham: A History of New York City from 1898 to 1919
Greater Gotham: A History of New York City from 1898 to 1919
Mike Wallace
(GC/John Jay, History)
The Handbook of Psycholinguistics
The Handbook of Psycholinguistics
Eva Fernández
(GC/Queens College, Linguistics) 
and Helen Cairns
(Linguistics)
The One You Get: Portrait of a Family Organism
The One You Get: Portrait of a Family Organism
Jason Tougaw
(GC/Queens College, English)
Come to our events
Schlesinger’s Biographer
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Schlesinger’s Biographer
Richard Aldous discusses his biography of the famed historian and former GC professor.
Hosted by the Leon Levy Center for Biography
Professors Tony Ro and Jesse Prinz on whether our brains or our bodies control our perceptions
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Consciousness and the Human Brain
Professors Tony Ro and Jesse Prinz on whether our brains or our bodies control our perceptions
Part of the City of Science series
The Puerto Rican-born singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist performs in this Live@365 concert.
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The Protest Songs of Ani Cordero
The Puerto Rican-born singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist performs in this Live@365 concert.
Live@365 is funded with a generous gift from the Baisley Powell Elebash Fund.
Nanoscience researchers from the ASRC, including Professor Rein Ulijn, on how their discoveries could change medicine.
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Can Nanotech Change Medicine?
Nanoscience researchers from the ASRC, including Professor Rein Ulijn, on how their discoveries could change medicine.
Part of the City of Science series
Graduate Center Alumni Awards

Join us to honor outstanding GC graduates at our annual Alumni Awards ceremony and reception.

 

Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 6:00 p.m.

 

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