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The Graduate Center deeply mourns the loss of Thomas J. Waters, a former student in our Ph.D. Program in Political Science who passed away on April 4. Read more
Professor Tracy Dennis-Tiwary (Photo courtesy of Dennis-Tiwary)
Professor Tracy Dennis-Tiwary shares some of the lessons from her new book about anxiety in a conversation with The Graduate Center.
Ph.D. candidate Manuel F. Gonzalez (Photo courtesy of Gonzalez)
New research by Ph.D. candidate Manuel F. Gonzalez showing music’s impact on the brain is especially relevant as people work from home during COVID-19. Read more
Professor Jennifer Cherrier (Credit: The Graduate Center/Char Adams)
Professor Jennifer Cherrier created a nature-based water system that functions like a “Brita filter” to clean New York’s water. Read more
Helmreich, a distinguished professor of sociology who passed away on March 28, 2020, was widely admired for his books about the everyday people and the neighborhoods of New York City. Read more
We know that pandemics alter the world, and that is exactly what we are experiencing with COVID-19. Read more
I know we are all busy thinking how we protect ourselves, our families, and our communities and get through this public health crisis. Read more
Reacting to growing concerns over the potential for airborne transmission of the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, physicists with The Graduate Center, CUNY and Lehman College have released a paper calculating the potential for saliva droplets, which can carry the virus, to travel distances greater than six feet. Read more
Professors David Gruber, Jean Gaffney, and Mercer Brugler conduct a lab meeting over Zoom.
We checked in with researchers from across The Graduate Center to see how they are keeping their work moving forward. Read more
Personal protective equipment that the ASRC has donated to hospitals treating coronavirus patients. (Photo courtesy of Nina Gray)
Scientists at the Advanced Science Research Center at The Graduate Center contributed hundreds of gloves and other gear to help protect New York City health care workers and first responders. Read more