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  • New Musical Theatre Collection Honors GC Theatre Alumnus

    Theatre students Emily Clark (l.) and Dan Venning (r.) offer the Kirle Gift to Chief Librarian Polly Thistlethwaite (center). Photo: Lynette Gibson

    Theatre students Emily Clark (l.) and Dan Venning (r.) offer the Kirle Gift to Chief Librarian Polly Thistlethwaite (center). Photo: Lynette Gibson

    Alumnus Dr. Bruce Kirle (Theatre, 2002), a lifelong lover of musical theatre, died suddenly at the age of 59 in 2007. With the collaboration of the Ph.D. Program in Theatre and the Mina Rees... Read more

  • Math Alum and Math Professor Coauthor Book

    Ioannis Farmakis (Mathematics, 2009), who teaches at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, coauthored with Martin Moskowitz (Prof. Emer., GC, Mathematics) Fixed Point Theorems and Their Applications (World... Read more

  • EES Alumnus Bradley Gardener Coedits Geographies of Privilege

    Bradley Gardener (Earth and Environmental Sciences, 2012) has taught at several CUNY schools and has been employed as a writing fellow at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, New York. His research... Read more

  • Alumni News: English

    Linda Jucovy (English, 1976), using meticulous research, brings to life the real Calamity Jane against the background of America’s nineteenth-century culture and westward expansion in Searching... Read more

  • Alumni News: Biology

    James C. Lendemer (Biology, 2012), a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Systematic Botany, New York Botanical Garden (NYBG), has authored with two colleagues a landmark hardcover: The... Read more

  • Alumni News: Psychology

    Ian McMahan (Psychology, 1972), professor emeritus of psychology at Brooklyn College, recently coauthored, with Michael Terman of Columbia University Medical Center, Chronotherapy: Resetting Your... Read more

  • Alumni News: Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Literatures and Languages

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  • Alumni News: Liberal Studies

    Greg Masters (Liberal Studies M.A., 1994) wrote Stumbling into Modernity: Isaac Bashevis Singer’s Cling to Tradition (BookBaby/Amazon Digital Services, 2012), a critical look at the Nobel... Read more

  • Alumni News: Sociology

    Randol Contreras (Sociology, 2008), assistant professor of sociology at California State University–Fullerton, published The Stickup Kids: Race, Drugs, Violence, and the American Dream... Read more

  • Alumni News: Art History

    Hal (Harold) Foster (Art History, 1990) was one of two sole winners of the College Art Association’s 2013 Frank Jewett Mather Award for art criticism. He was honored for his two recent books,... Read more