Doctoral Faculty Policy Committee

The Doctoral Faculty Policy Committee is elected by the faculty. It functions as the voice of the doctoral faculty of The City University of New York. Established in 1971, the twelve-member committee represents the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Members consider issues of direct relevance to the doctoral programs, are responsible for setting the agenda for the biannual doctoral faculty meetings, and seek nominations of doctoral faculty to run in the University Faculty Senate election to represent The Graduate Center.

2020-21 Members

Prof. Martin Burke, History - Chair
Prof. Richard Bodnar (Psychology)                                                                              
Prof. Jill Cirasella (Library)                                                                                           
Prof. Alexander Gamburd (Mathematics)                                                                                                       
Prof. Christos Giannikos (Economics)                                                                         
Prof. Matthew Gold                                                                                                       
Prof. Jonathan Peters (Earth and Environmental Sciences)                                                                                              
Prof. Carlos Riobo (LAILAC)                                                                                        
Prof. John Terilla (Mathematics)                                                                                  
Prof. Nelly Tournaki (Urban Education)                                                                                
Prof. Elena Vesselinov (Sociology)                                                                                                    
Prof. Barbara Weinstein (Audiology)