EES Professor Brian Rosa wins Henry Wasser Award!

EES Professor Brian Rosa wins Henry Wasser Award!

ESS faculty member Brian Rosa of Queens College is a 2017 recipient of the Henry Wasser Award for CUNY Assistant Professors from the CUNY Academy for…

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EES Meagan (Mae) Miller Student wins @WomanGeographer New York Fellowship for 2017/18

EES Meagan (Mae) Miller Student wins @WomanGeographer New York Fellowship for 2017/18

ESS Student Meagan Miller has been selected as a Society of Woman Geographers New York Fellowship awardee for 2017-2018.  Mae will receive support for research…

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EES & @JohnJayCollege Prof. Monica Varsanyi wins @nehgov grant for #immigration work!

EES & @JohnJayCollege Prof. Monica Varsanyi wins @nehgov grant for #immigration work!

Monica Varsanyi, a Professor in Earth and Environmental Sciences, received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her research project, “The Contentious…

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Thinking with Data Workshop Series

Thinking with Data Workshop Series

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UAA Now Accepting Abstract/Proposal Submissions!

UAA Now Accepting Abstract/Proposal Submissions!

UAA Now Accepting Abstract/Proposal Submissions! Submission Deadline: October 1, 2017 The Urban Affairs Association Online Abstract Submission System is open and we are accepting proposals for…

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#ESSPublishes: Rethinking #Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regmine co-edited by Prof Pavlovskaya

#ESSPublishes: Rethinking #Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regmine co-edited by Prof Pavlovskaya

ESS Professor Marianna Pavlovskaya (@mpavlov) co-edited a new book entitled “Rethinking Neoliberalism: Resisting the Disciplinary Regime”. Neoliberalism remains a flashpoint for political contestation around the world. For…

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Additional GIS classes available for the Fall!

Additional GIS classes available for the Fall!

Lehman College Graduate-level courses for Fall 2017, appropriate for EES doctoral students:  GEP 606: Raster Analysis (3 credits, 4 hours) Focusing on the structure and the…

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New course offering:  Scholarly Communication with Public Audiences

New course offering: Scholarly Communication with Public Audiences

U ED 75100 — Scholarly Communication with Public Audiences, M 630 – 830, 3 Credits [36891]. Public scholarship translates research findings, policy analyses and theoretical…

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