With a $550,000 Mellon Foundation grant, Professor Alexandra Logue and other CUNY researchers aim to identify the obstacles community college students in the humanities face in their quest for a bachelor’s. Read more
In their new book, Professors Elizabeth Jeglic and Cynthia Calkins analyze recent findings on therapies that can rehabilitate prisoners and those just out of jail. Read more
The Ph.D. program ranks in the top 15 percent in the Mid-Atlantic region and is named one the top 20 programs in New York State.
Can the biology of our noses be translated onto a computer chip? Professor Paul Feinstein thinks so. Read more
The cost of applying to a master's or doctoral degree at the GC is now $75, down from $125. Read more
In a new play, Professor Natalie Kacinik uses brain waves to see how female icons change our minds. Read more
In an article in Nature, Distinguished Professor Virginia Valian discusses why, despite two recent Nobel prizes, women in science still don't get what they deserve. Read more
The stress Sandy placed on new moms, pregnant women, and those who got pregnant soon after the storm affected their babies' temperament, according to a study by two GC researchers. Read more
Why is it so hard for colleges and universities to diversify faculty? That’s the subject of a new book co-authored by Distinguished Professor Virginia Valian.
New York After 9/11
(Empire State Editions, 2018)