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An interview with Do Lee on Environmental Psychology program at GC

Catch Do Lee talking about our Environmental Psychology program at the CUNY Graduate Center with GC Videography Fellows.  In the video, Do reflects on our program as we whole, as well as his own experiences and research throughout his time as a member of the program.   Link to video: https://vimeo.com/114935861 For more information on Do’s work, …

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EP Student, Do Lee, wins Best Student Paper 2014 !

Congratulations to Do Lee for having his paper “Embodied bicycle commuters in a car world” selected as this year’s Graduate Student Award winner for APA Division 34!  The paper was based on research that explored how people experience the transition to bicycle commuting lifestyles through a bike to work event in Lake Tahoe, CA.  The paper was recognized …

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Brown Bag: (Un)Thinking Sex in Neuroscience

      Join us on Wednesday, April 15th as Dr. Rebecca Jordan-Young shares her recent work at the intersections of sex, gender, and neuroscience.

Dr. Roger Hart featured on NPR Podcast

Our very own Dr. Roger Hart was featured on NPR Podcast, Invisibilia, a podcast that explores the intangible forces that shape human behavior – things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions.  The particular episode that featured Roger, entitled Fearless, aired on January 16, 2015.   In the podcast Roger discusses his research conducted in Vermont which investigates …

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Dr. Susan Saegert receives the 2015 Newman-Proshansky Career Achievement Award for Division 34

We are very pleased to announce that Dr. Susan Saegert has been selected to receive the 2015 Newman-Proshansky Career Achievement Award for Division 34 of the American Psychological Association, the Society for  Environmental, Population and Conservation Psychology. The faculty and students in the Environmental Psychology program agree that this is a wonderful and much deserved …

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