Graduate Center, CUNY

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Doctoral-granting institution of the City University of New York in New York City, US

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About Graduate Center, CUNY

According to Wikipedia, The Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York is a public research institution and post-graduate university in New York City. Serving as the principal doctorate-granting institution of the City University of New York system, The CUNY Graduate Center is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity". The school is situated in the landmark B. Altman and Company Building at 365 Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, opposite the Empire State Building. The CUNY Graduate Center has 4,600 students, 31 doctoral programs, 14 master's programs, and 30 research centers and institutes. A core faculty of approximately 140 is supplemented by over 1,800 additional faculty members drawn from throughout CUNY's eleven senior colleges and New York City's cultural and scientific institutions.

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How Much Does Graduate Center, CUNY Cost To Attend?

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How Much Do Graduate Center, CUNY Graduates Make?

If you graduate from Graduate Center, CUNY, then you can expect to earn an average of $61,600 per year.

Graduate Center, CUNY's Demographics

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Where is Graduate Center, CUNY?

Graduate Center, CUNY is located at 365 Fifth Ave, New York NY 10016

What Is Graduate Center, CUNY Known For?

Graduate Center, CUNY is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

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Who Are Graduate Center, CUNY's Most Influential Alumni?

Graduate Center, CUNY's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Sociology, Economics, and Anthropology. Here are some of Graduate Center, CUNY's most famous alumni:

Nancy Fraser
Nancy Fraser
An American philosopher.
Janet Biehl
Janet Biehl
A Former anarchist.
Terrell Ward Bynum
An American philosopher.
Douglas Crimp
An American art critic .
Paul Mariani
An American writer and academic.
Hal Foster
Hal Foster
An Art critic, Townsend Martin 1917 Professor of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University.
Lisa Nakamura
Lisa Nakamura
An American academic.
Edwin Battistella
Edwin Battistella
An American linguist.
James Kugel
James Kugel
An Israeli academic.
Holland Cotter
An American art critic.
Harriet Lerner
An American psychologist.
Richard M. Lerner
A Psychologist, leader in Developmental Psychology, faculty at Tufts University.

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