Read about the recent achievements of GSAS students:
Music PhD student Nandini Banerjee-Datta received the American Fellowship from the American Association of University Women. Her research explores the ordinary spaces of Bengali-American immigrant life through the songs of Rabindranath Tagore.
Holly Fuong, PhD candidate in Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, won the award for best student poster at the International Primatological Society Congress in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy granted the Robert K. Merton Award to Danielle Carr, PhD student in Anthropology, whose dissertation examines the emergence of brain implants for affective disorder within the context of late liberal capitalism.
Therese Cox, PhD student in English and Comparative Literature, was named a 2018-19 fellow at the Heyman Center for the Humanities. She will curate a project titled You Are Here: Girls Map New York City, which will explore histories of New York, the politics of map-making and zoning, and issues of public space, race, and gender.