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What are your aspirations for learning, in the classroom and out? Graduate Center Professor Cathy N. Davidson, director of the Futures Initiatives, shares her favorite learning outcomes, including some used by various other students and colleagues over the last several years. "We desperately need engaged, participatory rethinking about what we really want for and from our students—and for and from ourselves and our institutions," says Davidson. See all 10 in Inside Higher Ed! http://bit.ly/2x0XLoh
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Come to experience a Unique VR Theatre Performance at our Film Festival next week.

G.E.N is a story about an alternative community whose members contest realit...y so as to use provocations to change the system based on fear, manipulation and enslavement of individuals. While attempting to destabilize the system, they destroy their own community. Is it possible to log out from a reality that does not work?

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
3/1, 3/2 and 3/3 from 2pm to 8 pm.

See G.E.N Trailer here: http://thesegalcenter.org/event/grzegorz-jarzyna-g-e-n/

Directed by Grzegorz Jarzyna
Produced by TR Warszawa mimo.ooo and Adam Mickiewicz Institute

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G.E.N VR director: Grzegorz Jarzyna production: Adam Mickiewicz Institute; TR Warszawa; Mimo.ooo G.E.N is a story about an alternative community whose member...
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The Thought Project: An interview with Graduate Center Professor Linda Martin Alcoff, philosopher and activist. http://bit.ly/2op8zql🎙️

This week’s guest is Linda Martin Alcoff who is a professor of philosophy at Hunter College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. She specializes in epistemology, feminism, race
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GC professor and venom scientist Manë Holford is co-chairing a Gordon Research Conference on Venom Evolution, Function and Applications. Can venom biology enhance treatments for neurological disorders and other diseases? Is venom research poised for a major breakthrough in the biomedical sciences? Read the cover story in Science Magazine.

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The 2018 Gordon Research Conference schedule was published on pages 808 to 831 of this issue of the print version of Science . The current schedule can also be found online at [www.grc.org/][1]. [1]: http://www.grc.org/
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"Numerous studies conclude that you matter to your dog, and your dog probably confirms this on a daily basis," says Julie Hecht, Graduate Center Ph.D. student. But is there more to this story?

Check out Hecht's blog in Scientific American.

#LoveYourPetDay http://bit.ly/2CydJFH

Bringing new meaning to the phrase “Location, location, location”
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Reminder: The Graduate Center will be closed on Monday, February 19th in observance of President's Day. Enjoy your three-day weekend and the snow that is heading our way! http://bit.ly/2F9u2vB

President's Day observed.
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GC Chief Librarian @MissReadings talks about Aaron Swartz, the publishing industry, Open Access and much more in a new episode from The Thought Project Podcast http://bit.ly/2GcJPsH

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Males are gregarious, but females are (very) selective and loyal. A GC study highlights how dopamine helps maintain monogamy in songbirds http://bit.ly/2F4gDEK

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A valentine to GC students and faculty…

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Reminder: The Graduate Center will be closed on Monday, February 12th.

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Lincoln's Birthday observed.
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On this episode of the Thought Project, Graduate Center Professor Michelle Fine discusses the challenges #LGBTQ children face in school and beyond.

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In this month's issue of the Graduate Center's 365 Fifth, learn about the scholarship and research of these GC students: Do Lee, Ian Olasov, Inés Vañó García, Julia Castello and more!

#WetheGC #CUNY
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MoMA The Museum of Modern Art is diving back into fashion with its exhibition, Items: Is Fashion Modern? The museum’s first fashion show in more than 70 years has drawn glowing press and big crowds, much to the joy of Graduate Center Ph.D. candidate Michelle Millar Fisher (Art History), who co-curated it.

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Look out for the next issue of the GC's 365 Fifth newsletter when we reveal this cyclist. Hint: Our resident e-bike advocate.

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Congratulations to Dr. Kristina Huang for a successful defense of The Social Life of Black Thought in the Long Eighteenth Century. Supervisor Robert Reid-Pharr, committee Herman Bennett and Siraj Ahmed.

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CUNY GRADUATE CENTER Public Programs is at The Graduate Center, CUNY.

Announcing the Spring 2018 season of public programs! View the full schedule & reserve now at: http://bit.ly/GCSpring2018

Featuring: Kathleen Hays of Bloomberg ...and GC Distinguished Professor Paul Krugman in a timely discussion on tax reform; award-winning poets Gregory Pardlo and Vievee Francis in a reading and conversation on race and labor; Jennifer Steinhauer of The New York Times discussing the new book The Gourmands’ Way; Betsayda Machado (“The Voice of Venezuela”) in our Live@365 concert series; and many others.

Events fill up fast — register today! Most programs are free & reservations are required at http://bit.ly/GCSpring2018.

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GC Professor Manu Bhagavan discusses the rise of illiberalism and #xenophobia on this episode of the Thought Project. 🎙️http://bit.ly/2s4KsT9 #WetheGC

This week’s guest is Manu Bhagavan, professor of history and human rights at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Professor Bhagavan is a specialist on modern India foc
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