Category: Env Psych News

CSEP Represents at People’s Climate March!

Proud to share some photos from the Critical Social and Environmental Psychology block at the People’s Climate March last Sunday, September 21, 2014.  Shout-out to those who were representing with other groups scattered throughout the crowd as well as to those who could only be present in spirit !  

Announcing the launch of The People, Place, & Space Reader!

We are excited to announce the launch of the website,, for the forthcoming The People, Place, & Space Reader, edited by Jen Jack Gieseking and William Mangold, with Cindi Katz, Setha Low, and Susan Saegert. The People, Place, and Space Reader includes both classic writings and contemporary research, connecting  scholarship across disciplines, periods, and …

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Tessza Udvarhelyi: An “Agent of Change”

Tessza Udvarhelyi, an environmental psychology student from the CUNY Graduate Center, has been working along side other activists to draw attention to problematic housing policies, homeless individuals’ rights, and  related social justice issues surrounding homelessness in Hungary. Watch the video to learn more! Agents of Change: Gábor Hajas and Tessza Udvarhelyi  

Environmental Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center

The doctoral Subprogram in Environmental Psychology—the first of its kind—evolved from work done at CUNY’s Brooklyn College by social and developmental psychologists in the early 1960s. The program was formally instated as part of the doctoral program in Psychology at the CUNY Graduate Center in 1968, and remains a vibrant heart of an interdisciplinary field, …

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