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A graduate school of arts and sciences, a hub of some 30 centers of applied and theoretical research, and a platform for performance, discussion and debate, the Graduate Center is a community of 7,000 students, scholars and researchers dedicated to the idea that learning is a public good.

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Two students in +The Graduate Center, CUNY's Ph.D. Program in #Psychology have won national awards. 

Doctoral candidate Kasey Powers has been selected as the graduate student recipient for the Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award by Sage Publications and the Society for the Teaching of Psychology.

Ray Moody, who is in the Health Psychology and Clinical Science training area, has received a National Institute of Health Diversity Supplement award for his work with Professor Jeff Parsons at Hunter College.

See more at: http://www.gc.cuny.edu/News/GC-News/Detail?id=26274#sthash.0mewPfYG.dpuf
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Joan Richardson, professor of comparative literature at +The Graduate Center, CUNY, provides a lucid and elegant introduction to America’s defining philosophy in "Pragmatism and American Experience: An Introduction."

Richardson charts the nineteenth-century origins of pragmatist thought and its development through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, focusing on the major first- and second-generation figures and how their contributions continue to influence philosophical discourse today.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0521145384
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#Philosophy students of +The Graduate Center, CUNY discuss their research and scholarly pursuits in the heart of NYC: vimeo.com/98507819 
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Following the #WorldCup ? See #Selfie  Sao Paulo, a new project by Moritz Stefaner, Jay Chow, &  Lev Manovich, professor of #computerscience  at +The Graduate Center, CUNY. http://bit.ly/SelfieSaoPaulo 
SelfieSaoPaulo, a new project by Moritz Stefaner, Jay Chow and Lev Manovich for a media facade in Sao Paolo. From SelfieSaoPaulo set2. From SelfieSaoPaulo set2. From SelfieSaoPaulo set2. From SelfieSaoPaulo. From SelfieSaoPaulo. SelfieSaoPaulo facade video from Lev Manovich on Vimeo.
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Congratulations to Michelle Fine, distinguished professor of #urbaneducation  at +The Graduate Center, CUNY, who will be honored by FairTest for her work as an educator and activist! 

http://www.fairtest.org/fairtest-honor-michelle-fine
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"The Merits Of Income Inequality: What's The Right Amount?" via +NPR 

Branko Milanovic, senior scholar at the Luxembourg Income Study Center at +The Graduate Center, CUNY, says that #incomeinequality  "...makes some people excluded or poor and unable to actually, for example, go to school, complete studies and contribute to society."

Listen to the story here: http://www.npr.org/2014/05/18/313137739/the-merits-of-income-inequality-whats-the-right-amount
Economists say too much income inequality is a bad thing. But they also say some inequality is necessary, and even good for society. Here are suggestions for finding that balance.
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Lev Manovich, #digitalhumanities  scholar and professor of computer science at +The Graduate Center, CUNY, launched Taipei PhotoTime, an +Instagram visualization project at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.

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http://bit.ly/TaipeiPhotoTime
Taipei Phototime continues our investigations into expressive possibilities of big visual data. In Phototrails (2013), Nadav Hochman, Lev Manovich and Jay Chow compared 2.3 million Instagram photos from 13 global cities. Selficity (2014), a project created by members of our lab and collaborators ...
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Chase F. Robinson, president of +The Graduate Center, CUNY and distinguished professor of history, contributes an op-ed to +The New York Times regarding the rhetoric of the Islamic State in #Iraq and #Syria leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/17/opinion/the-caliph-has-no-clothes.html?emc=eta1&_r=0
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Congratulations to André Aciman, distinguished professor of comparative #literature  at +The Graduate Center, CUNY: the Carnegie Corporation of New York named Aciman an honoree, among Aasif Mandvi, Dave Matthews, and others, of "Pride of America."

http://greatimmigrants.carnegie.org/pride-america/
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"Knowledge is invariably a matter of degree: you cannot put your finger upon even the simplest of datum and say this we know." T.S. Eliot

#gcgrad14   #graduation   #commencement  
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Suzanne Wasserman, director of the Gotham Center for #newyorkcity History at +The Graduate Center, CUNY weighs in on the limitations set on #immigration  from eastern and southern Europe. 

http://gvshp.org/blog/2014/05/21/when-they-stemmed-the-flow-of-immigrants-into-new-york-city/

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