A beautifully preserved footprint from Engare Sero, Tanzania. Credit: William Harcourt-Smith.
Anthropologist William Harcourt-Smith describes what he and fellow researchers discovered about our ancestors and how to download your own printable 3D footprint. Read more
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New research by Professor Cheryl Carmichael shows that avoiding touch may be detrimental to our relationships and our health. Read more
Professor Matthew K. Gold (Credit: Da Ping Luo)
Professor Matthew K. Gold co-edited “Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities,” a curated resource organized by topical keywords. Read more
Professor Michelle Fine
Fine, co-founderof the Public Science Project, talks about her advocacy for prisoners, the recent protests, and the obligations of those who have benefited from white privilege.
Professor Soon Ae Chun
Professor Soon Ae Chun launches a new journal to explore the impact of AI and other digital advances on government, individuals, and democracy. Read more
Professor Cheryl Carmichael (Photo courtesy of Carmichael)
Professor Cheryl Carmichael received nearly $900,000 to study the verbal and nonverbal cues that create good relationships, and how good relationships benefit us. Read more
Distinguished Professor Richard Alba (Credit: Princeton University Press)
Alba, a distinguished professor of sociology, received one of the highest honors in academia for his vast body of work. Read more
A presidential professor of philosophy, Fricker is among 276 distinguished artists, scholars, scientists, and leaders inducted into the academy in 2020. Read more
Professor Saptarshi Debroy (Photo courtesy of Debroy)
Debroy will work with the FDNY on a fog computing project that will benefit first-responders and policymakers, and he intends to bring more women into computer science and cybersecurity. Read more
Professor Tracy Dennis-Tiwary (Photo courtesy of Dennis-Tiwary)
Professor Tracy Dennis-Tiwary shares some of the lessons from her new book about anxiety in a conversation with The Graduate Center.