Associate Professor Kevin Nadal (GC/John Jay, Psychology), executive director of the GC’s CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies, has received the 2017 Early Career Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest, a highly prestigious honor bestowed by the American Psychological Association. Read more
Professor Setha M. Low (Anthropology/Environmental Psychology) has won the 2016 SANA Prize for Distinguished Achievement in the Critical Study of North America, bestowed by the Society for the Anthropology of North America. Read more
Love & Theft: Blackface Minstrelsy and the American Working Class (1993), a book by Professor Eric Lott (English/Comparative Literature), has been named one of Billboard’s 100 greatest music books of all time.
Distinguished Professor Robert M. Haralick (Computer Science) has been awarded the coveted King-Sun Fu Prize, the highest honor given to researchers in the subject of pattern recognition.
Professor Setha M. Low (Anthropology/Environmental Psychology), whose novel research focuses on the anthropology of space and place, has been awarded the inaugural Senior Scholar Award from the Society of Urban, National and Transnational/Global Anthropology (SUNTA).
Professors Susan Saegert (Psychology/Earth and Environmental Sciences) and Mary Clare Lennon (Sociology/Public Health), along with two fellow researchers from Georgia State University... Read more
Professor Deborah Balk (GC/Baruch, Sociology/Public Health/Economics) has been named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow, a highly prestigious honor that provides up to $200,000 of support for research and writing. Read more
Presidential Professor Thomas G. Weiss (Political Science) has been named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow, a highly prestigious honor that provides up to $200,000 of support for research and writing. Read more
President Obama has named Professor Dan McCloskey (GC/Staten Island, Biology) a recipient of the nation’s top award for science and engineering research. Read more
Associate Professor Sarah Berger (GC/Staten Island, Psychology) has received a three-year, $375,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to examine the effect of sleep on motor learning in infancy — the first such study of its kind. Read more