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Eric Garr (Ph.D. '19, Psychology)
Eric Garr (Ph.D. ’19, Psychology), now a postdoc at Johns Hopkins, has personal reasons for making his animal behavior research relevant to human health. Read more
Professor Emily A. Jones condenses years of research and experience into accessible guides for parents and educators.
Professor Massimo Pigliucci (Photo courtesy of Massimo Pigliucci)
Professor Massimo Pigliucci became a philosopher after a career in biology, getting three doctoral degrees along the way. He counters criticism of the humanities.
Danielle L. Beatty Moody (Photo courtesy of Danielle L. Beatty Moody)
The University of Maryland professor talks about her journey and shares her advice for students who are in the early stages of their own careers. Read more
Professor David Schwab and the Sloan Foundation logo.
Funding will support his interdisciplinary research and his work with The Graduate Center’s Initiative for the Theoretical Sciences. Read more
Children Framing Childhoods: Working-Class Kids’ Visions of Care
(Policy Press, 2020)
Professor Brett Stoudt (Ph.D. '09, Psychology) (Credit: The Graduate Center/Alex Irklievski)
He now spearheads the only academic department in the U.S. devoted to critical psychology, a discipline in which scholars actively oppose oppression and work toward greater social justice. Read more
Professor Paulicelli discusses the history of fashion and how technology is changing the industry. Read more
Tonya Foster reads her work. (Courtesy of Tonya Foster)
Her multimedia work explores issues around race, and she says poetry is diversifying. She offers guidance to aspiring writers, especially ones who share her African American heritage. Read more
In this episode of Alumni Aloud, Naomi Schear talks about creating and implementing policies in New York City agencies and how her research informs her work. Read more