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The Graduate Center capitalizes Black and Indigenous. Our updated style guide includes a section on terms related to race and national origins. Read more
In light of COVID-19–related testing disruptions, the GRE will not be required for fall 2021 or spring 2021 admission to all master’s programs and most doctoral programs. Read more
Professor Matthew K. Gold (Credit: Da Ping Luo)
Professor Matthew K. Gold co-edited “Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities,” a curated resource organized by topical keywords. Read more
We know that many of you will already have heard about the dismaying ruling of the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). For those of you who haven't heard, the US Government’s SEVP has declared that international students may not take a full online course load and remain in the United States. Read more
Barry P. Goldberg (left) and Jaime Shearn Coan. (Photos courtesy of ACLS)
Jaime Shearn Coan and Barry P. Goldberg will apply the skills and perspectives they gained from their doctorates in English and history to community-focused positions in nonprofit organizations.
Professor Michelle Fine
Fine, co-founderof the Public Science Project, talks about her advocacy for prisoners, the recent protests, and the obligations of those who have benefited from white privilege.
Lilia Maliar (Photo courtesy of Maliar)
She will “use AI to solve those difficult models that economists want but cannot solve yet,” including understanding the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recovery. Read more
Jah Elyse Sayers (Photo courtesy of Sayers)
Sayers is a Black, mixed-race, and trans masculine researcher, organizer, and artist who is studying the way that queer and trans people make and maintain their place in neighborhoods and public areas. Read more
Little Black Holes in Disk of Big Black Hole: Artist's concept of a supermassive black hole and its surrounding disk of gas. Embedded within this disk are two smaller black holes orbiting one another. (Credit: Caltech/R. Hurt (IPAC))
Astronomers K. E. Saavik Ford and Barry McKernan have seen what appears to the first light ever detected from a black hole merger. Read more
Wayne Koestenbaum (Credit: Tim Schutsky) and the cover of his book, Figure It Out.
Professor Wayne Koestenbaum talks about his new book of essays, Figure It Out, and other things. Read more