New York Capital, 3.6.14
Without brokering a deal that effectively guarantees money for the charters, the governor's promises of help "become just talk," said David Bloomfield, a professor of education at Brooklyn College and CUNY Graduate Center.
The Daily Star (Lebanon), 3.5.14
Beyond the thrill of the play and the wonderful performance by the Noor Theater, I was equally impressed by how several quality institutions came together to offer the public this reading and the illuminating discussion that followed. The Martin Segal Theater Center at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York hosted the event, under the able leadership of executive director Frank Hentschker.
Bloomberg News, 2.18.14
He [Krugman] will join the faculty of the Graduate Center as a professor in the Ph.D. program in economics and become a scholar at the Luxembourg Income Study Center, Krugman wrote today in his column for the New York Times. CUNY also released a statement on Krugman’s appointment.
Krugman, who has served as Professor of Economics and International Affairs at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School since 2000, will join the City University of New York's Graduate Center as an economics professor in the Ph.D. program and as a distinguished scholar at the Graduate Center’s Luxembourg Income Study Center.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, 03.07.14
The Graduate Center of the City University of New York has attracted one of the country's academic power couples, Cathy N. Davidson and Ken Wissoker. Both are among the most desirable hires in their fields.
The New York Daily News, 2.26.14
Opinion-editorial by David Bloomfield, professor of urban education at The CUNY Graduate Center and Brooklyn College.
“I’m still surprised the number is so low,” says Lev Manovich, a computer science professor at The Graduate Center, CUNY whose name you might recognize from his Phototrails project. Manovich, along data visualization whiz Moritz Stefaner and their team of researcher, historians and designers, spent the past six months gathering Instagram data from five major cities across the world for Selfiecity, a new research project that tries to make sense of the media in social media. How else would we find out that, on average, men only snap 20 percent of the selfies taken in Moscow?
Yahoo Finance, 2.25.14
Opinion-Editorial by Robert Cherry, professor of economics at the Graduate Center and Brooklyn College, City University New York.
Capital New York, 2.24.14
David Bloomfield, a professor of education at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center, said going to the Capitol for funding assistance is a "predictable and potentially successful strategy in that it doesn't implicate New York City public school buildings."
Advertising Age, 2.19.14
Led by Lev Manovich, a professor of computer science at The Graduate Center at the City University of New York, and Moritz Stefaner, an information-visualization consultant based in Lilienthal, Germany, the Selfiecity project has come along to "investigate selfies using a mix of theoretic, artistic and quantitative methods."
Bold Economy, 2.19.14
"Of course we'll remove individual photos from the project immediately, if that is desired by the portrayed," says Dr. Lev Manovich, project coordinator of Selfiecity, and professor of the Graduate Center of the City University of New York interviewed by Bold Economy.
The Atlantic, “Cities Place Matters,” 2.18.14
This synopsis comes from a delightful analysis of thousands of actual selfie photos from Berlin, Bangkok, Sao Paolo, New York and Moscow (where, yes, there is notably more selfie brooding). The project was created by Lev Manovich at the Graduate Center at CUNY – who also brought us an earlier playful study of Big Data in Instagram from various cities – alongside half a dozen other data scientists, curators and researchers.
NPR, On Point with Tom Ashbrook, 2.4.14 (26:07- 37:44)
Richard Alba, professor of sociology at the Graduate Center at City University of New York. Author of “Ethnic Identity: The Transformation of White America” and “Remaking the American Mainstream Assimilation and Contemporary Immigration.”
David Bloomfield, a professor of educational leadership, law and policy at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center, said parents are in a brave new world of security issues because of the central way in which their child's school data is stored online.