Education Week, 10.21.14
David C. Bloomfield, a professor of educational leadership at Brooklyn College and the City University of New York Graduate Center, said he expected he expected Farino’s administration to be more expeditious in releasing a plan to fix the worst-performing schools and to address unresolved challenges from Mr. Bloomberg's era. Those include improving outcomes for English-learners, raising graduation rates system-wide and for special-needs students, and improving special education services.

 

The Atlantic, 10.17.14
Lev Manovich poses the following questions in his Instagram study of “The Exceptional & The Everyday: 144 Hours in Kiev":   But what if you had switched social networks? What if your lens for viewing the revolution hadn't been Twitter or Facebook, but something else? Manovich, a computer-science professor at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, in his latest visual study “explores the ways in which the photo-sharing service Instagram captured daily life alongside extreme strife during the headiest days of Euromaidan in February.

 

The Wall Street Journal, 10.17.14
Book review of “Lincoln’s Selected Writings,” edited by David S. Reynolds, Distinguished Professor of English.

 

Inside Higher Ed “This Week@INSIDE Higher Ed,” 10.17.14 (Podcast)
Interview of Cathy Davidson by editor Scott Jaschik and Casey Green about why she left Duke University for the City University of New York’s Graduate Center and how her Futures Initiative may transform graduate and undergraduate education in the CUNY system.

 

Marketplace, 10.6.14 (Podcast)
Setha Low, director of the Public Space Research Group, says that branding and marketing could draw in more people, but parks need to be careful here because branding could probably be used to make some parks less diverse, which goes against the most basic mission of parks, which is to serve everyone in the community.

 

The Guardian, 10.15.14
This article also mentions a new study released by CUNY Graduate Center shows that men who have children made more money than women with children in the last three decades. The report released by the Center for Latin American, Caribbean and Latino Studies compares census data from 1990, 2000 and 2010 to examine the impact of parenthood on personal income. Unsurprisingly, men in general made more money than women, whether or not they had kids.

 

The Wall Street Journal, 10.14.14
In 2010, men without children earned 40% less than men who were fathers, according to a study by Justine Calcagno, a social psychologist and Ph. D candidate at the City University of New York’s Graduate Center. The study is based on personal income data in the Census Bureau’s American Community Survey.

 

Inside Higher Ed, 10.14.14
Cathy N. Davidson discusses the Graduate Center’s CUNY Futures Initiative.

 

CNN Money 10.13.14
Men with children earned 40% more than their childless counterparts in 2010, according to a new study by The Graduate Center, City University of New York. And they made nearly twice as much as mothers.

 

Time Magazine, 10.12.14
Opinion-editiorial by Nancy Foner, a distinguished professor of sociology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, of the City University of New York.

 

American Theatre, 10.10.14
The Prelude Theatre festival hosted at CUNY’s Graduate Center is a festival that continually breaks the rules and is an unlikely conflucence of academics, newbies, all-stars and pros.

 

Fast Company, Co.Exist, 10.8.14
A new analysis led by computer scientist Lev Manovich, a professor at the CUNY Graduate Center, changes that focus by diving deep into 13,208 images shared by 6,165 users from the central part of Kiev during several days of the “Maidan” revolution this past February.

 

The Guardian, Datablog, 10.8.14
The Guardian reports on Lev Manovich’s new study and visualisation of Instagram photos called "The Exceptional & the Everyday: 144 Hours in Kiev”. Manovich is a computer science professor at The Graduate Center, City University of New York.

 

Quartz.com, 10.3.14
Op-ed by Manu Bhagavan is Professor of History at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY, and Chair of the Human Rights Program at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute.