Political Science Department Launches Election Events Series – "Unprecedented Politics"

Political Science Department Launches Election Events Series – “Unprecedented Politics”

Ph.D./M.A. Program in Political Science The Graduate Center, The City University of New York, presents: Election 2016: Unprecedented Politics, New Challenges for Political Science The 2016…

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Thomas G. Weiss Named 2016 Carnegie Fellow

Thomas G. Weiss Named 2016 Carnegie Fellow

Presidential Professor Thomas G. Weiss (Political Science) has been named an Andrew Carnegie Fellow, a highly prestigious honor that provides up to $200,000 of support…

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Millenials’ Economic Prospects Revealed Through LIS Data

Millenials’ Economic Prospects Revealed Through LIS Data

This week The Guardian published the first story of an in-depth series about the economic prospects of Millennials, based on exclusive data from the Luxembourg…

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Fall 2016 Issue of Homo Politicus Available

Fall 2016 Issue of Homo Politicus Available

The Fall 2016 issue is now available! Read by clicking below or download the PDF

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Aug 18: New Student Orientation

Aug 18: New Student Orientation

Dear Political Science Students and Faculty, You are all warmly invited to meet our incoming cohort of new PhD and MA students at the New…

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Managing Cultural Differences in Global Business: Kara Alaimo (Ph.D. 2015)

Managing Cultural Differences in Global Business: Kara Alaimo (Ph.D. 2015)

In a recent piece for the New York Times, Kara Alaimo (Ph.D. ’15, Political Science) lent insight into managing cultural differences and misunderstandings that frequently…

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First Examinations, Fall 2016

First Examinations, Fall 2016

The First Exams will be administered in room 6418 on August 16 and 17. Tuesday, August 16 at 10:00am: American Politics International Relations Wednesday, August…

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Purchasing Power? The Next Generation of Research on Money and Politics

Purchasing Power? The Next Generation of Research on Money and Politics

The GC’s Political Science Department is co-sponsoring a two-day conference that will bring together academic experts, civic activists, and policymakers to discuss the role of…

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GC Hosts 4/5 Gathering To Investigate 'Vulnerable Forms of Life'

GC Hosts 4/5 Gathering To Investigate ‘Vulnerable Forms of Life’

On Tuesday, April 5, the Graduate Center is hosting the first gathering of an international and interdisciplinary collaborative project that is dedicated to investigating “forms…

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Professor Gornick to Moderate "Inequality in NYC and Beyond" with Mayor Bill de Blasio and Paul Krugman

Professor Gornick to Moderate “Inequality in NYC and Beyond” with Mayor Bill de Blasio and Paul Krugman

Professor Gornick moderated a debate on social and economic inequality between New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and Nobel Prize-winning economist and distinguished professor of economics…

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