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Welcome to the EP Faculty, Dr. Imamichi

We would like to welcome Dr. Tomo Imamichi to our faculty! Tomoaki (Tomo) Imamichi received his PhD in Environmental Psychology from the CUNY Graduate Center. Since 2012 he is serving an Assistant Professor of Psychology at LaGuardia Community College teaching courses in General, Social, and Environmental Psychology. At LaGuardia Community College, he has organized college …

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Come Join Us for Environmental Psychology Day 2018!

May 22nd is our Environmental Psychology Day 2018! Environmental Psychology Day 2018 Schedule This is a public event and all are welcome! Please take a look at our new schedule.   We will also end with a memorial for Dr. Ittelson.   See you there!

Congratulations to alumna Dr. Sutton on her new book!

When Ivory Towers Were Black lies at the potent intersection of race, urban development, and higher education. It tells the story of how an unparalleled cohort of ethnic minority students earned degrees from a world-class university. The story takes place in New York City at Columbia University’s School of Architecture and spans a decade of …

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Environmental Psychology Day 2018!

Environmental Psychology Day 2018 Poster Environmental Psychology Day 2018 Schedule – Sheet Please come join us for our annual Environmental Psychology Day! Join us in celebrating the first Environmental Psychology program in the country! We have an excellent group of students, faculty, and alumni presenting their research and other work. Professor Celina Su will also …

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Congratulations, Professor Setha Low!

Congratulations, Professor Setha Low! Professor Setha Low has been awarded the first ever Athena Accolade City Award! Professor Low is being honored for her outstanding contribution to the fields of Anthropology, Space, Place, Ethnography, & Qualitative Methodology. She has received this honor from the KTH/ABE School and the CFP/Centre for the Future of Places! You …

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Come Join Us for Our Brown Bag 2/5

BBPoster – May 2   Come join us for Dr. Muñoz’s lecture “Against All Odds: Chilean Workers Win Against Walmart!” As always, our Brown Bags are open to the public! Hope to see you there!

Brown Bag 4/25

Please join us on Wednesday, 4/25 for a presentation and discussion: Dr. Krystal Perkins, a CSP alumna, “Discursive framings of immigration and immigrants and the ideological consequences for questions of multiculturalism and national identity”. We will be in Room 6304.01, at 11:45 am. All Brown Bags are free and open to the public! Hope to see you there! Krystal Perkins Brown …

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Faculty Member Celina Su’s New Poetry Collection and Reading

Join us for the book launch of EP faculty member Celina Su’s debut poetry collection Landia, which questions spatial practices, architecture and cities as they relate to language, the visual, and literature, featuring Caroline Crumpacker, Paolo Javier, EP faculty member Cindi Katz, Alissa Quart, and special guest Youmna Chlala, whose first collection The Paper Camera (Litmus Press) is forthcoming. Both Su and Chlala’s new …

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CHE Brown Bag April 18th!

CHE Brown Bag — 4_18_2018   Come check out the Center for Human Environments‘ Round Table Discussion on April 18th at 11:45 in Room 6304.01 (The Hub)! All Brown Bag Events are free and open to the public!

Congratulations, Tellisia!

We are pleased to announce that Tellisia Williams has been awarded the Graduate Center Kenneth B. and Mamie Phipps Clark Dissertation Fellowship for the 2018-19 Academic Year. Dr. Kenneth Clark was a distinguished Professor of Psychology in CUNY’s City College of New York and, with Dr. Mamie Clark, did the research that led to the 1954 Supreme Court “desegregation” …

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