In new scholarly publications and online projects, community members highlight the accomplishments of the Digital GC. Meet some of these faculty, students, and staff.
An array of labs and centers offer students and faculty resources in data mining, house data repositories, and provide spatial mapping services.
Degree programs combine digital training with disciplinary learning to provide specialized skills for emerging fields of study.
Grant programs support cutting-edge digital projects designed, created, programmed, or administered by CUNY GC students.
Distinguished scholars analyze digital trends, investigate how technology and culture collide, and develop critical theories.
Initiatives include online courses, open ed pedagogy, interactive social history exhibits, software design instruction, and secondary school literacy programs.
Through its academic social network, labs and various initiatives, the Graduate Center supports student and faculty scholarship.
Open source publishing lets faculty and students manage peer-reviewed journals affordably. Issues are published online, and are freely accessible.
This calendar lists events at the Graduate Center that engage and explore digital technology in research and pedagogy: hands-on workshops, seminars, lectures, and special guests.