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Reasons for Pride
 
Perry Halkitis (Ph.D. ’95, Educational Psychology)
is the first openly gay dean of
the Rutgers School of Public Health.
Read more.
 
June News
A snapshot of the GC's 53rd Annual Commencement
GC alumna Wen Liu speaks with the GC about her new role at Syracuse University
Ramona Kahn, GC alumna in the Master's for Liberal Studies Program, talks about her research and her recent Excelsior award.
ASRC scientists are researching melanin materials that may change the development commerical products like sunscreen.
The Class of 2017 commences. A 2017 graduate and LGBTQ researcher is on the tenure track. A MALS alum is named a NYS Excelsior Service Fellow. A breakthrough in simulating skin, hair, and eye pigments could change biomedicine.
The Q&A: Paris, Climate Change, and Apocalypse
Two ASRC scientists speak with the GC about climate change and what NYC may look like in the years to come.
The U.S. pullout from the Paris Agreement has alarmed many at the GC and CUNY and sparked extensive news coverage of the disaster that could await. What does the science indicate? Professors Athanasios Koutavas and Stephen Pekar from the Earth and Environmental Sciences Program weigh in.
Nominate GC Alumni for Awards
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On November 15, 2017, the GC will recognize the tremendous contributions that our alumni have made to their fields of research and to society at large. Please help us by nominating alumni in the following categories:

  • Alumni Excellence Award
  • Graduate of the Last Decade Award
  • CUNY Award

Nominate alumni and learn more
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