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  • Submerged Cities

    Professor Peter Groffman, of the Advanced Science Research Center at the Graduate Center, discusses urbanization and flooding in wake of recent hurricanes. Read more

  • GC Digital Mappers Help Puerto Rico Recover

    A Graduate Center doctoral candidate and a recent alumna spoke to PBS NewsHour about using open source digital mapping to help in delivering supplies to remote areas of the devastated island. Read more

  • Op-Ed by Tom Angotti in the NY Daily News

    De Blasio's Streetcar Will Speed Gentrification
    NY Daily News, 7.1.17 Read more

  • GC Is Excellence

    GC students and faculty have garnered numerous awards and fellowships this year. Here, we celebrate a few. Read more

  • Clues to Climate Change in Earth’s Past

    To understand what more carbon dioxide in the air means for our planet, Professor Stephen Pekar (GC/Queens, Earth and Environmental Sciences), a geologist, is looking back — way back to 60 million years ago. Read more

  • A Celebrated Mentor to Diverse Scholar-Activists: Ruth Wilson Gilmore

    Professor Ruth Wilson Gilmore (Earth and Environmental Sciences), director of the Center for Place, Culture, and Politics at the Graduate Center, has won the 2017 Richard A. Yarborough Mentoring Award from the American Studies Association’s Minority Scholars’ Committee. Read more

  • Au Revoir, Paris Climate Accord. Hello, Apocalypse?

    President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris Agreement has sparked outrage and concern in higher education and the media, where predictions of doom are prevalent. Earth and Environmental Sciences Professors Athanasios Koutavas and Stephen Pekar weigh in. Read more

  • Dr. Benjamin Black in Science Newsline

    Scientists Describe Origins of Topographic Relief on Titan
    Science Newsline, 5.19.17 Read more

  • Setha Low receives Society of Urban, National, and Transnational Senior Scholar Award

    Setha Low, Professor of Anthropology, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Environmental Psychology and Women's Studies, has been awarded the Society of Urban, National, and Transnational Senior Scholar Award. The yearly award recognizes outstanding academics with regard to their scholarly publications, teaching, mentoring, service to urban, national and transnational anthropology, and contributions to public debates.

    Setha Low, Professor of Anthropology, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Environmental Psychology and Women's Studies, has been awarded the Society of Urban, National, and Transnational Senior... Read more

  • Recent EES Grad Gerald T. Rustic publishes in Science

    Gerald T. Rustic, who received his diploma from the CUNY Graduate Center earlier this year, has recently published an article in Science, alongside co-authors Athanasios Koutavas, Thomas M. Marchitto, and Braddock K. Linsley. The article is called "Dynamical excitation of the tropical Pacific Ocean and ENSO variability by Little Ice Age cooling" and can be found on the Science website. Read more