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Doctorates Number 1 and 10,000: Daniel N. Stern (Ph.D. '65, Psychology) and Kristen Case (Ph.D. '09, English). Robinson hooded Case at Commencement in 2009.
Robinson, who was the first man to receive a doctorate from the Graduate Center in 1965, made a career out of being curious. Read more
The Graduate Center, conceived to offer rigorous, research-based doctoral education to students of all backgrounds, has triumphed against great odds. Read more
Barbara B. Stern at the Graduate Center's first commencement in 1965. She was the first woman to receive a Ph.D.
Stern was 25 and expecting her first child when she graduated in 1965. Her daughters discuss her path from English Ph.D. to marketing professor. Read more
Testing wastewater allows scientists to monitor large populations in a cost-effective way, Dennehy explained. Read more
Hatcher was invited by the American Psychological Association to give the Dr. Rosalee G. Weiss Lecture for Outstanding Leaders in Psychology at the association’s annual convention. Read more
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NYC Ranked Choice Vote Allocation
New York’s first citywide election using ranked choice voting has now been mapped in detail by the Center for Urban Research (CUR) at The Graduate Center, CUNY.
Top row, left to right: Patrick Rizzo, Caitlin Cacciatore, Sophia Yip, Rachel Tiven;
Second row, left to right: Kathleen Rowe, Shant Sharigian, Atilio Barreda, Benjamin Krusling
Meet eight new students who bring a wealth of experience and unique perspectives to the Graduate Center this year. Read more
Kathleen Rowe (Photo courtesy of Rowe)
Kathleen Rowe is one of about 26 students who will start the Cognitive Neuroscience master’s program this fall, and she is the only one supported by a Dean’s Merit Scholarship. Read more