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9:30 AM | 10:30 AM
This important orientation is required for you to be processed to payroll. Please bring original Social Security card.
Fall 2016 registration begins at 9:30 a.m. for continuing matriculated students.
9:30 AM | 11:30 AM
Classified Service Staff
10:00 AM | 4:30 PM
On May 2, 2016 the Teaching and Learning Center will hold the inaugural Teach@CUNY Day. Aimed at GC students who will be teaching for the first time in Fall 2016, but open to all members of the CUNY...
2:30 PM | 3:30 PM
Michael Seth Stewart, Graduate Center alum and editor of Stars Seen in Person:Selected Journals John Wieners (City Lights Publishers, 2015), gives a talk detailing his love affair with the letters...
6:30 PM | 9:30 PM
Cultural Advocacy & Policy in NYC: A Forum
6:15 PM | 8:00 PM
Recital: Songs of the Holocaust
Rachel Joselson (Soprano) and Rene Lecuona (Piano) of the University of Iowa perform a program of music by composers Viktor Ullmann, Gideon Klein, Ilse Weber,...
6:30 PM | 8:00 PM
Wafa Bahri will present. Title TBA. All are welcome!
Faculty authors and graduating students from the four City University of New York MFA Programs in Creative Writing (City College, Brooklyn College, Hunter College, and Queens College) come together...
Please join us for a Critical Psychology Brown Bag series. Bring your own lunch, and talk with your colleagues. Please see the full schedule below.
1:00 PM | 3:00 PM
In Room 5209.
Chris Hooley (St. Andrews) – “Quenching a many-fermion system on a d=1 lattice: the physics of Bragg localization”;
Antonello Scardicchio (ICTP) -- TBD,
4:00 PM | 6:30 PM
Tributes from colleagues, students, and friends. Keynote Talk by Professor George Levine, Rutgers University: ""A Not So Gloomy Thomas Hardy"
Over the past year, there has been increased attention to—and growing struggle over—public school segregation. In New York City, two school districts—District 13 (Brooklyn) and...
8:00 AM | 6:00 PM
Hunter College's Center for Translational and Basic Research (CTBR)
Thursday, May 5, 8:00am - 6:00pm
The Kaye Playhouse at Hunter College of the City University of New York
The fifth annual interdisciplinary conference on Critical Theory, this event will examine translation theory through a wide range of disciplines and theoretical approaches, including literary...
4:15 PM | 6:00 PM
Liliana Sanchez (Rutgers) presents "Spanish pronominal systems in contact with Quechua and Shipibo: variability in morphology and information structure." All are welcome to attend!...
Dana Scott, Carnegie-Mellon and UC Berkeley
It is shown how the operators in the "graph model" for λ-calculus (which can function as a...
A NY debut! Perico and José El Pañero — brothers from Algeciras, Spain, better known as Hermanos Pañeros — are among the most sought-after singer-dancers of traditional festero flamenco....
9:00 AM | 6:00 PM
Please join us for the annual CUNY Graduate Center Victorian Committee's conference. The topic this year is "Ocean's 19: Currents in Victorian Transoceanic Studies.” We will look...
10:00 AM | 11:30 AM
New Hire Orientation for member entering teaching and non-teaching titles. During this session new employees are ask to present completed New Hire Packet along with Form I-9 documents for employment...
Neuroscience Collaborative Seminar featuring student speakers Diego Buenaventura of the Emerson lab, Jake Jordan of the Pytte lab, and Lauren Malave of the Kottman lab.
This seminar will be...
11:30 AM | 1:00 PM
In this talk I will present my recent results on using non-Hermitian engineering to control different nonlinear interactions in optical systems. In the first part of the talk, I will show that...
2:15 PM | 3:30 PM
Join us for Michael Mandel's (Brooklyn College, CUNY) talk on a topic in Natural Language Processing!
Please join us for Amitav Ghosh’s keynote presentation as part of the Oceans 19: The Annual CUNY Victorian Conference.
Amitav Ghosh was born in Calcutta and grew up in India, Bangladesh and...
SONIA HARMAND (Stony Brook University) gives a talk titled: "The Dawn of Technology: 3.3-million-year-old Stone Tools from Lake Turkana, Kenya."
Unless otherwise noted, all colloquia...
One of the foremost figures in postcolonial studies, Homi K. Bhabha will discuss translation’s impact on the construction of social memory, historical narrative, and cultural identity. Bhabha,...
3:00 PM | 4:30 PM
In 40 years of concerts on the world’s great stages, Murray Perahia has become one of the most venerated pianists of our time. He discusses his stellar career and shares some musical excerpts...
Booth Award: Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir
12:00 PM | 2:00 PM
Works by R. Strauss, Barber, and Berlioz
with Manon Hutton-DeWys, piano
6:30 PM | 8:30 PM
A vast treasure of books, documents, and photographs looted from Palestinians in 1948 became part of the Israeli archives established or reorganized after the founding of the Israeli state. But...
Is globalization responsible for increased income inequality? Explore the complex relationship between these large-scale economic trends with Paul Krugman, Nobel laureate and New York Times...
This workshop will explore the range of ways that one can go about building out a plan for a course. Participants will explore forking existing syllabi, building around learning goals, and...
Speaker: Alessandra Palmigiano, TU Delft
Title: Proof systems for the logics for social behaviour
Works by GC Composers in the PhD/DMA programs
Neuroscience Seminar & Lunch: "Forgetting Fear" featuring speaker Daniela Schiller of Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Neuroscience Collaborative Seminar Series
11:00 AM | 1:00 PM
“Evolving Jewish Perceptions of Paul:From Convert and Turncoat, to Prophet, to Heretic”
This talk will explore the history of Jewish views of the Apostle Paul -- how the initially...
Please join us for a Critical Psychology Brown Bag series. Our final event will be followed by a conversation and reception with Bill Kornblum. Bring your own lunch, and talk with your...
2:00 PM | 4:00 PM
In room 5209. Dr. Ted Raphan (CUNY Graduate Center, Brooklyn College) gives an informal talk titled "Modeling Cardiovascular Regulation: From Plumbing to Neural Control."
3:00 PM | 6:00 PM
How (Failed) Movements Matter: Abortion, Incarceration, and the Institutionalization of Movement Outcomes in Central America
Jocelyn Viterna is Associate Professor of Sociology and Co-director of...
James Archie Worley, tenor
6:00 PM | 8:00 PM
Hendrik Hartog (Princeton): Torts across the Hudson, or Arson and the Dilemmas of Gradual Emancipation
In 1815, the Eagle Fire Insurance Company, one of the first fire insurance companies in the...
Ignacio Montoya will present. Title TBA. All are welcome!
Formal Ways of Analyzing Variation 3 (FWAV3) will be held at the CUNY Graduate Center on May 18-19, 2016. The FWAV workshop is a venue for research which pursues formal analyses of linguistic...
Melissa Keeling, flute
12:30 PM | 2:30 PM
In tandem with a collection of team-taught courses offered at the Graduate Center, the Futures Initiative will partner with HASTAC to offer workshops, webinars, and online reading groups designed...
1:30 PM | 4:30 PM
Workshop for increasing openness and reproducibility in
There are many actions researchers can take to increase the openness and reproducibility of their work.
Please join us...
6:15 PM | 7:45 PM
The Otto and Fran Walter Memorial Lecture
Bird White Housum Professor of History
Introduction by Iryna Vushko
Professor of History, Hunter...
Intellectual Publics invites you to join us for an evening book launch event on Thursday May 19, 2016. Kobena Mercer, author of Travel & See: Black Diaspora Art Practices since the 1980s, will...
This year’s Left Forum - May 20 – 22 - will offer something fundamentally different from conventional politics and from the current presidential election mainstream media hype. The...
9:30 AM | 4:30 PM
The Seventh Annual All-Psychology Student Research Day is set for May 20th, 2016! It’s time to see all the amazing and diverse work being done by CUNY students in a fun setting. This year we...
9:30 AM | 5:30 PM
**For catering purposes, RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org**
9:30 AM: Matt Reece (Harvard): Moduli and axions: connecting fundamental physics to observation
11:00 AM: Neal Weiner (NYU): The...
Fifteenth week of the semester including Final Examination Period begins.
DANCE New York Performed Manifestos
Music Theorists in Recital
Workshop on Dynamical Quantum Effects in Molecular Processes (DyQEMP): "On the Fly Electronic Calculation in Molecular Dynamics"
Roberto Car (Princeton...
3:30 PM | 6:00 PM
This panel explores Brazil’s political crisis and its implications.
“Crisis: Context and Dimensions”
“Brazilian Democracy on Trial: The Aftermath of...
Kris Verdonck Artist Talk: Listen to the Bloody Machine
20th/21st Century Performance Practice Class Recital
A conversation with poet Nathaniel Mackey
Mackey is the author of numerous books of poetry, including Nod House (2011), the National Book Award-winning Splay Anthem (2006), Whatsaid Serif (1998),...
Last day of semester/Final Examination Period.
The college is closed, no classes scheduled.
9:00 AM | 7:00 PM
The one-day colloquium organized by the Bildner Center explores the extent and character of the reform process since 2011. Specialists from the University of Havana and CUNY focus on the external...
Commencement Ceremony begins at 1:30 p.m. in David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center.