Author Archives: Tricia


About Tricia

Main research interests are science, technology, and environmental policy and biotechnology regulation in the European Union and in North America.

NYPL Changes: CUNY Grad Center Responds

April 26th, 2012 | Posted by Tricia in Library - (0 Comments)

The CUNY Doctoral Students Council‘s open forum on the proposed changes at the New York Public library was held on Thursday April 26, from 3-5pm, at the CUNY Graduate Center. Students and faculty expressed their concerns about the NYPL’s Central Library Plan with Ann Thornton, the Andrew W. Mellon Director of The New York Public Libraries, and other NYPL …
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Many students have provided feedback indicating that they are interested in knowing more about the software resources that are available at the Graduate Center. To that end, we have created a list of available software that includes brief descriptions of each program. Students have also expressed interest in attending training sessions for different software programs. To gather …
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Scared of the Mac Media Lab?

January 27th, 2012 | Posted by Tricia in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

Interested in using the Mac Media Lab (located in C196.01), but scared you don’t know how to use the programs correctly? No worries! The Mac Media Lab includes its own library of User’s Manuals.  

Dissertations and Theses Guide Pages

January 24th, 2012 | Posted by Tricia in GC Services | Library | Resources - (0 Comments)

Looking for the Dissertations and Theses Guide pages? They’ve moved! Please click on this image to learn how to navigate to the Dissertations and Theses Guide pages.

Student Tech Fee Proposals

January 2nd, 2012 | Posted by Tricia in Student Technology Fee Committee - (0 Comments)

Guidelines for Student Proposals Currently, CUNY-wide policy sets Student Tech Fees at $100 for full-time and $50 for part-time students each semester. Revenue from this fee is retained by each college to improve IT services for its students and faculty. The funding available this coming year for the Graduate Center is estimated to be $780,000. …
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