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PSP Book Series!

All are welcome to Spring 2019 Public Science Project Book Series Events! Please click here to see the schedule! These events include: 2/13 None of the Above: The Untold Story of the Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Scandal, Corporate Greed, and the Criminalization of Educators Shani Robinson and Anna Simonton 6-8 PM (Room 4202)   2/27 …

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Book Launch 2/21 Anthropology and the City!

B O O K PA R T Y Come join us for a panel discussion celebrating the new book The Routledge Handbook of Anthropology and the City (edited by Setha Low) Thursday 2/21 @ 5:30 The Graduate Center, CUNY Science Center Room 4102 Prof. Setha Low (GC EP Professor) will chair a panel discussion on …

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400 Years of American Inequality with Dr. Fullilove 2/20

The CUNY Graduate Center’s Environmental Psychology program welcomes   Mindy Fullilove, M.D. for her presentation 400 Years of American Inequality CLICK HERE for Fullilove Poster with details Wednesday, February 20th, 2019    11:45- 2 PM Room 6304.01 Informal Q&A and discussion to follow  

Welcome Back Meeting! 1/30

Please join Environmental Psychology for our first meeting for 2019! Welcome Back Poster (Spring 2019)

A Conversation about Applied Research Positions

Click HERE for more information! 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 …

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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 Greene, Professor 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 …

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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 …

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