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Alum Adam Sachs (M.A. '20) on Pivoting During the Pandemic: Laid Off from the Arts Sector, a Political Science Graduate Finds Opportunity and Meaning in New Role

Alum Adam Sachs (M.A. ’20) on Pivoting During the Pandemic: Laid Off from the Arts Sector, a Political Science Graduate Finds Opportunity and Meaning in New Role

Adam Sachs (M.A. ’20, Political Science) was two months away from graduation when he was laid off from his finance role at a prestigious performing…

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Fall Virtual Open House for Prospective Students: Thursday, November 5, 6:30-8:30PM

Fall Virtual Open House for Prospective Students: Thursday, November 5, 6:30-8:30PM

We welcome all prospective students to join the CUNY Graduate Center Political Science Department at our Fall 2020 virtual open house on Thursday, November 5,…

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Ph.D. Candidate Philip Johnson Awarded Two Fellowships for Work on Organized Crime in Mexico

Ph.D. Candidate Philip Johnson Awarded Two Fellowships for Work on Organized Crime in Mexico

As the fall semester begins with an unusual set of challenges, Ph.D. candidate Philip Johnson (Political Science), who studies crime and violence in Latin America,…

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