Ph.D. candidate Aaron Slodounik (Art History) was awarded this year’s Van Gogh Museum Research Grant, which provides €5,000 (about $5,700) in funding to support research on European art aimed at future publication. Read more
The Graduate Center’s Anthropology Program was awarded a record five International Dissertation Research Fellowships (IDRFs) by the Social Science Research Council — more than any other anthropology program in the United States. Read more
Ph.D. student Richard Smith (Psychology) was awarded a Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship.
The GC has announced a new merit-based scholarship for students in the MALS program, with funding that covers 80 percent of in-state tuition costs for a 30-credit degree.
The GC’s Public Science Project (PSP) has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the Ford Foundation to fund its “Just Methods for Participatory Youth Policy” project. Read more
Professor Luke Waltzer, director of the GC’s Teaching and Learning Center (TLC), recently appeared on WABC-TV’s “Tiempo” program to discuss the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation’s $3.15 million grant to the Graduate Center. Read more
The Graduate Center has been awarded $3.15 million from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for a major humanities initiative to enhance pedagogical training for doctoral students.
In February and March 2015, the Graduate Center received 14 grants totaling $1,051,686. The listing below, for grants of $30,000 or more, provides additional details. Read more
The Luxembourg Income Study Center, led by Professor Janet Gornick (Political Science/Sociology), has received its first National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant. Read more
Doctoral candidate Jagadisa-devasri Dacus (Social Welfare) was recently awarded a dissertation research grant from the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH). Read more