The Urban Education faculty and staff are here to support our students to ensure their success throughout their career at The Graduate Center, as well as after they complete their degree.
Find links below to useful student resources, information about our student-run website, a link to sample student trajectories and expectations, and information about the student government.
Graduate Center Resources
The Graduate Center has a wealth of information and services to support your professional development. The following offices and centers are great places to explore.
Urban Education Student Website
The Urban Education website on the Academic Commons is student-run, serving the program's community (students, faculty, and staff). The website provides a space for collaboration, additional resources, and news. The following may be of particular interest:
Theory, Research, and Action in Urban Education
Theory, Research, and Action in Urban Education (TRAUE) is an open-access, peer-reviewed online journal published by doctoral students and recent graduates of The Graduate Center. This journal is one of very few that features original work by emerging scholars. TRAUE also serves as a forum in which youth, public school students, educators, community groups, and parents debate issues of educational practice and policy.
Visit our Path(s) to Degree page to find the timeline for students' trajectory in coursework and professional development.
Find the student representatives for Fall 2020-Spring 2021 below.