We're honoring the work of Graduate Center scholars who have contributed to scholarship and activism focused on Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. Read more
Top L-R: Jojo Karlin, Serena Wang, Jasmine Bayron, Guillermo Yrizar Barbosa, and Melanie Blair Thies;
Bottom: Roxana Piotrowska, Emily Weiss, Raj Korpan, Natalie Gordon, and Virginia Diaz-Mendoza
Meet the 10 students in this year’s Disseration Showcase, who will present research ranging from how cannabis affects psychopharmacology to what asteroids tell us about the origins of life. Read more
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Graduate Center professors and students are researching the effects of climate change and investigating ways to protect animals and the environment. Read more
Top (left to right): Allannah K. Karas, Omar Ramadan-Santiago, Erin A. Spampinato, Talia Shalev
Bottom: Conor Tomás Reed, Danica Savonick
Fellows receive $30,000 to $60,000 to support outstanding scholarship in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. Read more
The dissertation room at the Mina Rees Library. (Credit: Coralie Carlson)
The 2021–2022 awards, ranging from $5,000 to $25,0000 each, will support doctoral candidates in successfully completing their dissertations. Read more
Morris Dickstein (Credit: Richard Alcorn)
Dickstein is celebrated for his extraordinary career as a scholar, teacher, author, literary critic, and public intellectual who was central to life at The Graduate Center and well beyond. Read more
Books by Graduate Center faculty and alumni.
From Georgia O'Keeffe to the ERA, here are some great books for Women's History Month. Read more
Professor Stone died on January 21. He is fondly remembered as an "astute, learned man with a bright wit" who was a "generous mentor.
The PhD Program in English celebrates the life and mourns the loss of Professor Gerhard Joseph, who died on January 25, 2021. Professor Joseph was named Professor Emeritus of the PhD Program in English upon his retirement in 2015. Also a member of the faculty of Lehman College, he earned his PhD from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.
Amanda Gorman (Credit: Hostos Community College)
Professor Celina Su (GC/Brooklyn, Urban Education/Political Science) shares her thoughts on Amanda Gorman’s inauguration poem and why it moved so many of us. Read more