Environmental Psychology at The Graduate Center

Are you motivated by doing research with (and not on) neighborhoods on issues like stop and frisk? Have you ever wondered about how Citi Bikes  change the experience of urban living or why they are located only in lower/mid Manhattan and nearby gentrifying parts of Brooklyn? The Graduate Center’s Environmental Psychology community embraces the “messy, fleshy” world of everyday life by taking our research out of the lab and into real-world settings.

Interdisciplinary Study of the Human Environment:

  • Provides a dynamic view of human-environment relations that considers how we shape and are shaped by our surrounding environment, from the intimate to the global
  • Takes a multidimensional, holistic stance on the environment that includes built, natural, and social settings
  • Advocates for the integration of many perspectives in interdisciplinary social scientific study to speak within and across disciplines
  • Values and enables public understanding of and engagement with environmental, virtual, social, and urban issues
  • Emphasizes challenging and changing conditions to support social, spatial, and environmental justice
  • Conducts research that uses participation to better understand the environment by incorporating concepts such as freedom of choice and how its absence can affect privacy, territoriality, and crowding

Read more about Environmental Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center HERE.

 

Brown Bag Oct. 25th David Chapin!

All are invited to see EP Professor David Chapin deliver this week’s Brown Bag lecture My Soul Was Born to Fly: Reflecting on 50 Years of Environmental Consciousness in the Everyday! This talk will be Oct. 25th at 11:45-1:45 in the Hub! Brown Bag is free and open to the public!

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Spring 2019 Curriculum CSP/EP

Please click here to see the list of courses offered in Spring 2019 for Critical Social and Personality Psychology and Environmental Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center.    Courses include: Queer Psychology with Kevin Nadal Writing for Publication with Celina Su Anthropology of the City: Engaged Urbanism with Setha Low Critical Race Scholarship: Theory and …

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Susan Talburt Talk on Youth Sexualities Oct. 25th!

2018 Public Science Project Book Series Presents Youth Sexualities: Public Feelings and Contemporary Cultural Politics   Thursday, October 25th, 4:30p 365 5th Ave (@34th Street) Room 6304.01 For More Information, Click Here!   The idea of youth sexuality makes many adults anxious, but sexuality is a very real part of youth and is the subject …

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Brown Bag Oct. 17th

All are invited to our Brown Bag on Oct. 17th, where we welcome back four CSP alumna!   A CSP Alumna panel with Dr. Monique Guishard, Dr. Hollie Jones, Dr. Sabrica Barnett and Dr. Maddy Fox. This event is free and open to the public! Click for more information!

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New Courses for Spring 2019

  New Courses for Spring 2019   Register EARLY!!   Critical studies/perspectives on immigration Friday 2 – 4 Krystal Perkins   The course will consist of engagement with selected readings in postcolonial, critical race, critical discourse analytic theories/perspectives as they relate to immigration. In particular, the course will examine how the language of (e.g., discourse) and …

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Annelise Orleck’s “Poverty Wages, Not Lovin’ It: The Rise of a New Global Labor Movement” Event

Please join us at the Critical Social and Personality Psych folk in welcoming a discussion between Annelise Orleck (Author of We are all fast food workers now) and Professor Stephanie Luce (Professor of Labor Studies). The talk, Poverty Wages, Not Lovin’ It: The Rise of a New Global Labor Movement, will begin at 6 in room …

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