365 Fifth Newsletter  |  Issue 54  |  December 2019  |  To view in browser, click here.
Professor Van C. Tran
From Hostos Student to GC Faculty
Professor Van C. Tran, a Harvard Ph.D., shares his story and offers advice to students who support themselves and their families.
News from the GC
Seth Schimmel
Data Visualization Leads to Plum Job
Master’s student Seth Schimmel explains how the interdisciplinary program prepared him for a position at George Soros’ Open Society Foundations.
A man typing on a computer
Tips: How to write op-eds
Alumna Lindsay Sarah Krasnoff (Ph.D. ’09, History) shares this top 10 list for successful op-eds.
Woman with stroller looking at ladder
Why moms don't go back to work
Professor Pamela Stone’s new book examines why once successful women struggle to restart their careers when their kids are older.
Professor K.E. Saavik Ford stands in the American Museum of Natural History
Shedding Light on Black Holes
Professor K. E. Saavik Ford explains her work to discover the origins of the universe and the challenges women are overcoming in astrophysics.
Just Published
Book Cover - Interfacing Death
Inter(facing) Death: Life in Global Uncertainty
Sam Han
(Ph.D. '12, Sociology)
Book cover - Historia cultural de los hispanohablantes en Japón
Historia cultural de los hispanohablantes en Japón
Araceli Tinajero
(GC/City College, Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures/Spanish)
Book cover - Singapore Saga
Singapore Saga: Chasing the Dragon, Vol. 2
John D. Greenwood
(Philosophy and Psychology)
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