Helping to re-stage long-lost World War II musicals gave one GC student a glimpse of what life is like for veterans.
Each year more than 220 Graduate Center Ph.D. students receive funding through the Doctoral Student Research Grant (DSRG) program. Read more
The National Cancer Institute funds a student’s study of the role of e-communications in surviving breast cancer. Read more
First-year Ph.D. candidate Fahd Alhazmi came to the GC from Saudi Arabia to apply data science concepts to cognitive neuroscience. Read more
As an Extreme Blue intern at IBM Michelle Morales, a Ph.D. candidate in linguistics, worked with the famous computer. Read more
Graduate Center student Cassondra James Kellam (Ph.D., Sociology) will be making her Broadway debut this fall in a new revival of Once on This Island.
“I’m interested in unexpected yet familiar sounds, and in discovering their secret lives,” says Angélica Negrón, a D.M.A. candidate in the Music program. Read more
Professor Margaret Chin (GC/Hunter, Sociology) and Ph.D. student Hyein Lee (Sociology) published an essay addressing “the age-old question: Who is American?”—a question of particular importance in light of the decision to end DACA. Read more
Ph.D. candidate Aaron Slodounik (Art History) was awarded this year’s Van Gogh Museum Research Grant, which provides €5,000 (about $5,700) in funding to support research on European art aimed at future publication. Read more
The Graduate Center’s Anthropology Program was awarded a record five International Dissertation Research Fellowships (IDRFs) by the Social Science Research Council — more than any other anthropology program in the United States. Read more