Professor Heath Brown (GC/John Jay, Criminal Justice), a sought-after expert on electoral politics, analyzes the president’s first address to a joint session of Congress.
Professor Manu Bhagavan (GC/Hunter, History) recently published an essay on the modern-day “crisis of sovereignty” on the Brexit: Global Perspectives blog, which is affiliated with Cambridge University.
Distinguished Professor Paul Krugman (Economics) appeared this week on Bloomberg News to discuss topics including NAFTA, infrastructure spending, banking regulations, and Federal Reserve monetary policy. Read more
Distinguished Professor Michelle Fine (Psychology/Urban Education/Women’s Studies) has received the 2017 Distinguished Contributions in Qualitative Inquiry Award, a prestigious honor bestowed by the American Psychological Association (APA). Read more
Professor Stephen Brier (Urban Education) has been named the inaugural recipient of the New York City Digital Humanities (NYCDH) Award, which honors an individual or organization that has made a significant contribution to digital humanities in the region. Read more
The GC's Leslie McCall (Sociology/Political Science) comments on “Higher Education and Upward Mobility,” an upcoming panel discussion featuring economist Raj Chetty of Stanford University. Read more
Acclaimed novels by Distinguished Professor André Aciman (Comparative Literature/French) are drawing major interest — from both major media and Hollywood alike. Read more
Among those analyzing President Donald J. Trump's inaugural address was Professor Heath Brown (GC/John Jay, Criminal Justice), a sought-after expert on electoral politics. His observations follow. Read more
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
The GC’s Public Science Project (PSP) has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to fund its “Just Methods for Participatory Youth Policy” project. Read more