The Herbert Kurz Chair of Constitutional Rights will investigate how immigration courts decide gender-based asylum cases.
Study of male pregnancy in seahorses suggests a common toolkit
of genes across vertebrate evolution. Research has broad implications
for understanding pregnancy in all animals.
Anthropology and Archaeology professor leads a team of divers in uncovering the largest known collection of extinct lemur fossils to date.
The former National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration division chief will lead the institute in initiatives related to environmental protection and coastal ecosystems in the NYC region and beyond.
Scholar gets support to travel to Greece, Turkey for research on Byzantine monastics.
Brooklyn College is the lead institution at SRI@JB, a future leader in global environmental research.
Documentary series takes a look at impact of the country’s economic crisis on its citizens.
Research on fungi may help combat infectious illness in those with weakened immune systems.
Distinguished Lecturer will get to finish work she started years ago on her Fulbright Fellowship.
Biography of Rosa Parks beats distinguished competition.
Professor Karen B. Stern's research helps historians paint a more complete picture of the ancient world.
Professor's research examines the impact of popular imagery.
Award-winning Brooklyn College faculty filmmaker documents the tenuous relationship between human beings and their environment.
Brooklyn College Professor Barbara Winslow's new book examines life of pioneering politician.
For his latest book, Professor Phillip F. Napoli spent nearly a decade speaking with Vietnam veterans in an effort to paint a more complete picture of those who served.
Brooklyn College scientists, with other experts, to lead a new institute dedicated to revitalizing Jamaica Bay.
Brooklyn College chemistry professor receives a second NIH grant to study gold compounds in the fight against the disease.
Mathematics Professor Sandra Kingan wanted to help her students better engage with society and speak up on issues that matter to them—using mathematics.
What monk parakeets have to teach us about adaptation.
STAR students discover what it takes to uncover a part of Brooklyn's history.
United Nations invites Gertrud Lenzer to Geneva for children's rights task force.
Dozens of scientists from Brooklyn College and beyond discuss restoring the Jamaica Bay watershed.
Instructor will combine his love of music and scholarship for the project.
A National Science Foundation grant of $450,000 will further Professor Brenner-Moyer’s research into organo-catalysis, a new field of chemistry.
The assistant professor of archaeology and anthropology is one of the first recipients of a new CUNY grant for junior faculty members.
Anthony Mancini, director of the journalism program, travels around the world while writing his latest book about the French military leader.
Professor of Film Vinit Parmar's new documentary explores the pollution of India's most sacred river.
Junior Eric Carlsen reimagines our foodways — in the most unlikely places — to better feed the nation.
Bitter or sweet? More than just a preference on our palate, they can dramatically alter our moral judgments.
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