During Hispanic Heritage Month, we are celebrating the scholarship and advocacy of our students, faculty, and alumni. Read more
Baruch Professor Rojo Robles Mejias and Adjunct Assistant Professor Rebecca L. Salois, both Graduate Center alumni, in the recording studio. (Photo courtesy of Latinx Visions)
Alumni Rojo Robles Mejias and Rebecca L. Salois, now both at Baruch, launched a podcast to explore the many forms of Latinx arts and culture. Read more
(L-R) Michèle Duguay, José R. Chávarry, Noel Torres-Rivera, and Morgan C. Williams, Jr.
These alumni share their tips with fellow scholars who want to land a tenure-track job. Read more
(Top from Left) Professors Ryan Murelli, Alyson Cole, and Jean Graham-Jones; (Bottom from Left) Ph.D. students Melenia Giakoumis, Olivia Wood, and Karen Zaino
Congratulations to Professors Ryan Murelli, Alyson Cole, and Jean Graham-Jones and Ph.D. students Melenia Giakoumis, Olivia Wood, and Karen Zaino. Read more
José R. Chávarry (Photo courtesy of Chávarry)
José R. Chávarry will begin working this fall at the College of Charleston as an assistant professor of Hispanic Studies. Read more
The dissertation room at the Mina Rees Library. (Credit: Coralie Carlson)
The 2021–2022 awards, ranging from $5,000 to $25,0000 each, will support doctoral candidates in successfully completing their dissertations. Read more
Laird Bergad and his book "Agrarian Puerto Rico: Reconsidering Rural Economy and Society, 1899-1940"
In their new book, Professor Laird Bergad and his co-author debunk common notions about how U.S. control affected Puerto Rico’s agrarian economy and society in the early 20th century.
Raquel Chang-Rodríguez and Carlos Riobó
Talking Books with Mario Vargas Llosa
(Nebraska Press, 2020)
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The ambitious project allows Graduate Center faculty and doctoral students to apply their research and academic work to meaningful services for communities, schools, and families. Read more
(Top) Professors Stephen Brier (Urban Education); Alicia Meléndez (GC/Queens, Biology); and Phillip Ewell (GC/Hunter, Music); (Bottom) Yuzhe Song (Physics); Kahdeidra Martin (Urban Education); and Inés Vañó Garcia (Latin American, Iberian, and Latino Cultures)
Awards celebrate doctoral students who teach throughout CUNY and Graduate Center faculty who stand out for their commitment to students at all stages of research. Read more