Graduate Center students Samantha Small, Mike Stinavage, Caroline F. Zimmermann, and Patricia Pehme
Three Ph.D. students in art history and psychology and a master's student in political science will pursue their research in Germany, Poland, and Spain in 2021.
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
Mike Stinavage (Photo courtesy of Stinavage)
Mike Stinavage (Political Science) was awarded a 2020 Fulbright Fellowship to research the legislation and implementation of organics recycling programs in Northern Spain. Read more
Hannah Aizenman (Credit: GC Digital Fellows)
Aizenman, a Ph.D. candidate in computer science, was awarded a $52,000 grant from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative. Read more
Eileen Gonzales (Credit: American Museum of Natural History)
Eileen Gonzalez is one of eight researchers to win a prestigious 51 Pegasi b Fellowship. She is heading to Cornell University as a postdoc.
A new grant from the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation will fund fellowships for Ph.D. students whose research focuses on modern art. Read more
The donor-supported initiative harnesses The Graduate Center’s interdisciplinary research and creativity in the arts and sciences to inspire new ideas and solve problems. Read more
The funding supports an expanded version of the Digital Humanities Research Institute, a 10-day residential workshop, first held in June 2018. Read more
Center for Advanced Technologies in Sensors for Exploration of Natural Systems and Environments will receive $8.8 million in funding across a 10-year term. Read more
Professors Andrea Alù and Patrizia Casaccia win grants of up to $12.17 million for open-ended research in neuroscience and photonics — among the largest for the GC’s Advanced Science Research Center. Read more