A Conversation about Applied Research Positions

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A collaborative conversation among graduates and students of the Basic and Applied Social Psychology (BASP), Critical Social and Personality Psychology (CSP), Environmental Psychology (That’s us) and Public Science Project!

April 1st, 2019

6 PM – 8 PM

Room 6304.01

Featuring our own alum Bijan Kimiagar!

 

Also featuring CSP alumni Sabrica Barnett, and current CSP student Talia Sandwick!

 

 

Winter Party 2018

The Critical Social/Personality and Environmental Psychology programs at the CUNY Graduate Center is throwing a winter party!
Please see the attached poster for details!

We are also doing a “potluck style” dessert spread, so please bring what you can!

Brown Bag 11/28

Critical Social/Personality and Environmental Psychology
Brown Bag Lecture Series, Fall 2018
Wednesday, November 28th at 11:45 a.m.
Room 6304.01
 

Disciplining the Passenger, Domesticating the Subway:

Systemic Justice on an Urban Mass-Transit System

with

Mike Owen Benediktsson, PhD
Urban and Cultural Sociologist, Hunter College

Developmental Psychology Spring 2019 Course Descriptions

Please click here to access the course descriptions for Developmental Psychology’s Spring 2019 Semester!

DP-CourseDescriptionsSpring 2019

Brown Bag Nov. 14 Dr. Beverly Greene

Do Black Lives Matter?
The Cost of Racial Battle Fatigue
The amazing Dr. Beverly GreeneProfessor of Psychology at St. John’s University, will be joining us this at Brown Bag Wednesday in the HUB!
Prof. Greene has a long history of intersectional social justice based work and research centering women of color and sexual minorities. She has had a lasting impact in the fields of multicultural psychology and feminist theory.
 
When:  Wednesday, 11/14/2018 at 11:45am 
Where Graduate Center (CUNY), Room 6304.01 

Brown Bag Nov. 7th, Professor Laxmi Ramasubramanian

To learn more about Professor Ramasubramanian’s lecture, click here!

Dr. Laxmi Ramasubramanian, Architect and City Planner, will be holding a Brown Bag Lecture Nov. 7th! This lecture is free and open to the public!

Professor Ramasubramanian is an Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Policy at Hunter College and Deputy Director at the Institute for Sustainable Cities at Hunter College. She holds undergraduate and master’s degrees in Architecture from the University of Madras, India, a master’s degree in city planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in Architecture from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is also a certified planner holding the AICP credential.

Brown Bag Oct. 31 Dr. Kendra Brewster!

Please join us as we welcome CUNY alumna, Dr. Kendra Brewster back to the Graduate Center to share her experiences and work! Dr. Kendra Brewster is currently an assistant professor at Providence College.

 

Her talk, Riders on the Storm: Studying Intergroup Conflict Amidst Cultural Wars, is free and open to the public!

 

When: Oct. 31st, 11:45 – 1:45

 

Where: “The Hub” (Room 6304.01) at the CUNY Graduate Center (365 Fifth Ave)

 

Please Click HERE for more details!

Professor David Chapin Modifies Our Way of Looking at Space

During Professor David Chapin‘s wonderful Brown Bag presentation, a surprise was revealed! Chapin had painted a section of “The Hub” to show us how we can challenge, redefine, and occupy space at the Graduate Center!

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!

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 Pedagogy with Michelle Billies and Soniya Mushi

Methods Modules: Participant Observation and Field notes, Interviewing, & Qualitative Data Analysis with Setha Low

Critical Studies/Perspectives on Immigration with Krystal Perkins

Listening Guide with Deb. Tolman

Community Based Research with María Torre

Environmental Social Science II: Ecological Concepts in Psychology with Susan Saegert

Childhood and Youth Studies: Approaches and Methods with Colette Daiute

Architecture: Placing Desire with David Chapin

Second Year Research Seminar CSP and Developmental Psychology with Colette Daiute

Second Year Research Seminar EP with Susan Saegert

Critical Psychology Lab with Joshua Clegg

Dissertation Seminar with David Chapin

 

The following professors are offering independent studies:

David Chapin, Melissa Checker, Colette Daiute, Michelle Fine, Cindi Katz, Setha Low, Susan Opotow, Susan Saegert, Brett Stoudt, Celina Su, Deb Tolman

 

The following professors are offering dissertation supervision:

Joshua Clegg, Michelle Fine, Cindi Katz, Setha Low, Kevin Nadal, Susan Opotow, Brett Stoudt, Susan Saegert, Celina Su, Deb Tolman

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