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Apply to the Grove Student Fellowship Program

Posted on November 29, 2016 · Posted in Human Rights Program News, P-cubed News, Roosevelt House General News

ELIGIBILITY / DEADLINE / CHECKLIST / SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS The Grove Fellowship Program is a prestigious and rigorous fellowship that provides mentorship, professional development, support, and a $2000 stipend, to Grove…  


Latest Teaching Innovation by Roosevelt House Advisory Board Member Judge Robert Katzmann

Posted on November 28, 2016 · Posted in Featured News Story, Roosevelt House General News

Judge Robert Katzmann, chief judge of the Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit and Roosevelt House Advisory Board member, discusses the new Justice for All: Courts and the Community program…  

Winners of the Annual Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize for Excellence In Urban Public Health Announced by Hunter College

Posted on October 10, 2016 · Posted in Roosevelt House General News, Tisch Legacy Project News

New York, NY (October 6, 2016) – Hunter College President Jennifer J. Raab announced the three recipients of the sixth annual Joan H. Tisch Community Health Prize, citing their contributions…  

Fox5News Covers Opening of See How They Ran

Posted on October 3, 2016 · Posted in Roosevelt House, Roosevelt House General News

This past week, Roosevelt House opened its new fall exhibition, “See How They Ran! FDR & His Opponents: Campaign Treasures From The New-York Historical Society.”  FOX5 New York was in…  


Hunter College Center for HIV/AIDS Research (CHEST) to commemorate 20th Anniversary with Major Conference

Posted on September 12, 2016 · Posted in Faculty Associates News, Roosevelt House General News

Contact: Jeffrey Parsons (CHEST): [email protected]; or Rafael Muñoz (Roosevelt House): [email protected] Hunter College Center for HIV/AIDS Research (CHEST) to Commemorate 20th Anniversary with Major Conference Focusing on Urgent Needs for Future Study, Further…  


Roosevelt House Faculty Journal – Minority Communities and Law Enforcement Edition

Unpacking the Tensions Between Minority Communities and Law Enforcement in the United States The recent deaths of black men like Freddie Gray and Philando Castile have sparked a national dialogue on the tensions between minority…  

Roosevelt House Faculty Associate Sanford F. Schram Provides Commentary on the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election

From a contentious primary season to an even more heated general match-up, the 2016 U.S. presidential election has continued to defy conventional political wisdom. Hunter College Professor of Political Science and Roosevelt…  


Roosevelt House Announces Digital Exhibit “Women Take the Lead”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FROM: HUNTER COLLEGE CONTACT: Roosevelt House Digital Media and Programs, 212-396-7947 / [email protected]        Roosevelt House Announces Online, Digital Exhibit of Women Take the Lead: From Elizabeth Cady Stanton…  

Spring 2016 Public Policy Capstone Students Present Proposals To Combat Today’s Policy Challenges

Posted on July 27, 2016 · Posted in P-cubed News, Roosevelt House General News

On May 18th, 2016, the Spring 2016 Public Policy Capstone students presented their semester research projects to an audience of students, faculty, and the general public at Roosevelt House Public Policy…  


Roosevelt House Faculty Journal – Brexit Edition

The Complex Realities of the ‘Brexit’ Vote The United Kingdom’s decision last month to leave the European Union – commonly known as ‘Brexit’ – stunned the world. Brought to a…