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including Distinguished Professor David Joselit (pictured),
on the Faculty Profiles page.
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Beginning with good news at the second community meeting of the year, President William Kelly announced, “We don’t have anything dramatic to report. The big news is the news we spoke... Read more
MediaCamp, a partnership between the GC’s JustPublics@365 and the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism (CUNY J-School) is offering five free January workshops for all academics (students and faculty) wishing to acquire skills in various areas of digital media. Read more
Currently, about six hundred doctoral students at the Graduate Center, City University of New York, serve as Graduate Teaching Fellows, while another eleven hundred teach in CUNY’s... Read more
Professor Polly Thistlethwaite’s appointment as Chief Librarian of the Mina Rees Library at the CUNY Graduate Center, effective July 1, 2012, was approved by the CUNY Board of Trustees at its... Read more
A fruitful collaboration between Distinguished Professor Marvin Carlson and visiting Fulbright scholar Dr. Safi Mahmoud Mahfouz promises to yield the first translations into English of three plays by... Read more
Provost Chase Robinson has recently unveiled a range of digital initiatives that have begun to expand and deepen the Graduate Center’s commitment to the use of technology in its research and... Read more
Associate Provost for Humanities and Social Sciences Louise Lennihan announced that the Graduate Center has awarded 2012–13 dissertation fellowships to seventy level-three doctoral... Read more
Eben Kirksey, a Mellon Fellow with the Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies and visiting assistant professor at the GC, has published Freedom in Entangled Worlds:... Read more
NYT writer Clyde Haberman highlights the GC’s Center for Urban Research and its voter analysis in his article “A Low Turnout is Expected, Though Voters Aren’t to Blame,” New... Read more