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May 5, 2023
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The forced abundance of Justin Peck

Liberal Studies student Eve Bromberg published an article, "The Forced Abundance of Justin Peck" in The Brooklyn Rail.

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Apr 24, 2023
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A postcard from Paris

Liberal Studies student Sato Moughalian published an article, "A postcard from Paris," in Contingent Magazine.

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Sep 7, 2022

Dr. Colette Daiute named a Fulbright Specialist for 2022-2026

Congratulations Colette! Dr. Colette Daiute*, CSPEP and Developmental Psychology, has been named a Fulbright Specialist for 2022-2026 for her groundbreaking work with lawyers, asylum seekers and immigration/refugee activists at the University of Naples Law School Clinical Lawyering Project. Daiute’s participation will include working with lawyer/client team interviews and scholars across law, humanities, and social sciences at the University of Naples Federico II to improve the credible fear interview process, especially to highlight the perspectives of asylum-seeking clients.

*Professor Daiute is also on the faculties of the Ph.D. Programs in Educational Psychology, Urban Education, the Committee on Globalization and Social Change, the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (ITP) Certificate program, and the MALS Childhood and Youth Students Concentration. She guides the new Ph.D. Program in Psychology Concentration on Qualitative Research Methods.

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Jul 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.”

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