We are pleased to introduce the 2015 Gittell Dissertation Fellows:
Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land, Malav Kanuga, Wen Liu, and Erika Iverson
The Gittell Dissertation Fellowships, made possible by the Gittel Chair endowment, provides support for advanced students on the CUNY campuses and their scholarly activities in urban issues and community engagement, furnishing resources so they may engage in research and activities leading to both academic publications and enhanced public policies and community practice.
The program focuses on the social sciences working on areas that concerned Marilyn Gittell, with an emphasis on cities, urban politics, public policy, democratic and civic engagement, social movements, citizenship and governance, or community practices, broadly conceived, both domestically and abroad.
To learn more about the Fellows and their work, click on the links above.
We’re pleased to announce our Graduate Research Fellows of Summer 2015.
Graduate Research Fellowships are made possible by the Gittell Chair Endowment, facilitating the opportunity to engage in research in urban issues and community engagement with the mentorship and collaboration of a faculty member. The research and activities leading to both academic publications and enhanced public policies and community practice.
Please follow the links to learn more about each of our fellows and the exciting work they are doing!
B Lee Aultman, Vadricka Etienne, Gaurav Jashnani, Kristen Hackett & Erit Maor, James Sevitt, Wilson Sherwin, Troy Simpson, and Osha Smith-Gittelman.
An Exhibition by the Gittell Archive Project and the Graduate Center Library in honor of Marilyn J. Gittell.