FYIs

FYI posts are brief announcements, reminders, updates, and shout-outs. They cover successes, happenings, and advances at the Graduate Center.

FYI posts are brief announcements, reminders, updates, and shout-outs. They cover successes, happenings, and advances at the Graduate Center.

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July 19, 2022

Dr. Regina Miranda featured as one of Ad Council's Champions for Good

Congratulations to Dr. Regina Miranda (Health Psychology and Clinical Science (HPCS) training area) on being featured as the Ad Council's Champion for Good, as a result of her involvement with the Ad Council's Sound It Out youth mental health campaign.

July 12, 2022

Joliette Mandel Recognized for Outstanding Thesis

Congratulations to Joliette Mandel (M.A. ’22, Liberal Studies), who received the Provost’s Prize for the most outstanding thesis/capstone project in the M.A. in Liberal Studies program for her paper “Equitable Assessment for Elementary-Aged Dual Language Learners.”

The thesis was an outgrowth of a doctoral-level course on New York City education and an accompanying policy conference led by Professor David Bloomfield (GC/Brooklyn, Urban Education), acting executive officer of the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education.

Bloomfield, who advised Mandel on the thesis, called the paper an “outstanding policy analysis with recommendations, combining sophisticated research methodology and original insights into a significant public issue.”

June 22, 2022

Prof. Cece Cutler co-organized a seminar at the Inter University Centre in Dubrovnik

Prof. Cece Cutler co-organized a seminar on multilingual, multilectal, and multiscriptal writing at the Inter University Centre in Dubrovnik, Croatia, June 20-24, 2022.  She gave a talk entitled "Spelling norms and orality: writing the New York City Accent on YouTube".

June 22, 2022

Prof. Cutler co-organized a panel on language activism

Prof. Cutler co-organized a panel on language activism at the Sociolinguistics Symposium 24 in Ghent, Belgium, July 13-16, 2022 .  She will give a talk entitled "Labelling ethnolects: challenges and potentials in light of the “principle of error correction”.

June 19, 2022

Congratulations to our 2021-2022 graduates!

PhD: Boram Kim, Susana Huidobro, Chaya Nove, SeJin Oh, and Jennifer Seale

MA: Kelsey Bourque, Matthew Kadish, Jonathan I. Manczur, Lara Novic, William Oliver, Yuying Ren, Yulia Spektor, Natalia Tyulina, and Brynne Wilkinson