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Computational Courses Across the Curriculum

Computational Courses Offered at The Graduate Center – Spring 2016

In Spring 2016, 27 computationally inflected courses will be offered across The Graduate Center’s doctoral, master’s, and certificate programs. Topics covered in these courses range from data visualization to natural language processing to statistical analysis and provide hands-on opportunities for GC students to develop their digital research skills. Check out the Computational Courses Across the […]

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Discourse Theory and Analysis Course

Professor of Psychology Colette Daiute is interested in “the social cognitive development of children at risk.”  Her research focuses on … children’s social conflicts, conflict resolution, children’s development in war and post-war contexts, children’s rights, literacy development, writing, and uses of interactive technology. Working from the perspective of socio-historical activity theory, Dr. Daiute is especially interested […]

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Digital Humanities Track in the Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALS) Program

The Masters of Arts in Liberals Studies Program (MALS) is a “unique interdisciplinary thirty-credit degree program that allows students to design and pursue an individual course of study, and to take courses in the Ph.D. programs.”  The Digital Humanities track is one of its eighteen tracks.  Copied below is the description for MALS 781000 –  […]

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