Barry P. Goldberg (left) and Jaime Shearn Coan. (Photos courtesy of ACLS)
Jaime Shearn Coan and Barry P. Goldberg will apply the skills and perspectives they gained from their doctorates in English and history to community-focused positions in nonprofit organizations.
Lilia Maliar (Photo courtesy of Maliar)
She will “use AI to solve those difficult models that economists want but cannot solve yet,” including understanding the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recovery. Read more
Alù will lead an international team of scientists whose work could lead to improvements in the Internet of Things, biomedical applications, and medical imaging and wireless technology. Read more
Deborah Cullen-Morales (Photo courtesy of Columbia University School of the Arts)
Previously the executive director of The Bronx Museum of the Arts, Cullen-Morales (Ph.D. '02, Art History) steps into the world of philanthropy with an eye toward addressing historic inequities. Read more
Sean Gerrity (Photo courtesy of Gerrity)
Gerrity, who is on the tenure track, was just awarded a Mellon/ACLS Community College Faculty Fellowship. He shares his story and his advice.
Nicole A. Burrowes, Chris A. Eng, and Conor Tomás Reed
Nicole A. Burrowes, Chris A. Eng, and Conor Tomás Reed were named Career Enhancement Fellows by the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. Read more
Samantha Small (Photo courtesy of Small)
Samantha Small, one of four Graduate Center students to receive a Fulbright this year, will research the fin-de-siècle German Symbolist movement in the visual arts. Read more
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