Guggenheim Fellowships Awarded to Two Baruch College Humanities Professor
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Assistant Professor Emily Johnson won an International Reporting Project fellowship for a January trip to Bhutan, from which she reported a rich multimedia piece published by Public Radio International. Learn more.
Dr. Eva Shan Chou, professor and chair of the Department of English, has been awarded a Resident Fellowship to New York University's Center of Ballet and Arts. The project will focus on writing an historical account of ballet in China from its beginnings in 1954 to today. Learn more.
Dr. Eric Gander has been awarded BCAA’s 2018 Faculty Service Award. The award is in recognition of his dedication to the students and mission of Baruch College over the years in ways that go beyond the normal responsibilities of a faculty member.
Dr. Sultan Catto, from the Department of Natural Sciences, has been awarded the prestigious HOMER- European Medal of Poetry and Arts Award.
Dr. Els de Graauw taught a week-long seminar on “A Nation of Immigrants? The Politics of Immigration and Immigrant Rights in the United States” at the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Learn more.
Dr. Rebecca Merkin recently contributed to an article on culture and sexual harassment written by a broadcast journalism student from Turkey. Learn more.
Biology professor Dr. David Gruber and chemistry professor Dr. Jean Gaffney received a patent for several new fluorescent proteins from a newly discovered marine eel. It is hoped that these findings pave the way towards diagnostic tools for human conditions.
Prof. Els de Graauw taught a week-long seminar on “A Nation of Immigrants? The Politics of Immigration and Immigrant Rights in the United States” at the Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE) in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Learn more.
Dr. Grace Schulman's poem "Fireplace Bay" has been published in Little Star 7: a Journal of Poetry and Prose. Learn more.
Dr. Elizabeth Minei from the Department of Communication Studies recently contributed to an article in Business Insider about healthy personal relationships. Read the article.
Dr. Myung-koo Kang from the Department of Political Science was a featured speaker on "The World Today", a news broadcast by CGTN America. Dr. Kang spoke about the significance of CIA Director Mike Pompeo's visit with Kim Jong Un. Watch the segment.
Dr. Mitchell Cohen, from the Department of Political Science has received the Baruch Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Scholarship.
Dr. Elisabeth Gareis, from the Department of Communication Studies has received the Baruch Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Faculty Service.
Dr. Claudia Halbac, from the Department of Political Science has received the Baruch Presidential Excellence Award for Distinguished Teaching.
Dean Aldemaro Romero Jr. has been named to the board of directors of the International Council of Fine Arts Deans (ICFAD. Read release.
Dr. John Brenkman's short essay has been published on Tim O'Brien's novels and the My Lai massacre in the The American Interest. Learn more.
Dr. David Sitt, the deputy chair of the Department of Psychology was quoted in an article published on MDMag.com. Read the article.
Dr. Vincent DiGirolamo and Dr. Elizabeth Wollman were featured on C-SPAN's "Lectures in History" where they discussed "NYC & Broadway in the ‘60s". Watch the segment.
Dr. John Brenkman from the Department of English recently had a short essay published on Tim O'Brien's novels and the My Lai massacre in the The American Interest. Learn more.
Dr. Barbara Katz Rothman has been awarded the Fulbright-Saastamoinen Distinguished Chair Grant in Health Sciences (2018-2019). Learn more.
Dr. Els de Graauw, Department of Political Science, recently co-authored a blog about her research on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Read the blog post.
Professor Vincent DiGirolamo won a Furthermore Grant in Publishing for his book Crying the News: A History of America's Newsboys, published by Oxford University Press.
Dr. Carl Rollyson's article "The Man Who Lost the Movies" was published in The Weekly Standard. Read the article.