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January 10, 2022

GRADUATE CENTER FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Graduate Center faculty are frequently in the news, sharing their expertise with the public and weighing in on pressing issues. Following are some prominent news mentions from the past several months. Black History and Culture Professor Tanisha Ford (History) was...

December 25, 2021

HOW TO REACH YOUR ACADEMIC NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS: GET YOUR RESEARCH MOVING, PUBLISH YOUR DISSERTATION, FIND A TENURE-TRACK JOB, AND LAND A PROMOTION

As we look forward to a new year, Graduate Center scholars share the lessons they have learned to help you reach your academic goals in 2022. 1. Land a Tenure-Track Job João Marinotti (M.Phil. ’21, Linguistics; M.A. ’17, Linguistics), who...

October 13, 2021

9 WAYS THE GRADUATE CENTER AND ITS SCHOLARS ARE INFLUENCING HISPANIC HERITAGE

During Hispanic Heritage Month, we are celebrating the scholarship and advocacy of our students, faculty, and alumni. From awards and grants to hard-hitting research, these Graduate Center scholars are making a difference. Alumni Rojo Robles Mejias and Rebecca L. Salois...