You are here: Home Communications News Hunter in the News

Hunter in the News

 Title   Type 
SuperLink The International Keyboard Institute & Festival is back at Hunter's Kaye Playhouse, July 17 – 31 (The New Yorker) SuperLink
SuperLink Study co-authored by Hunter’s Dr. Steffie Woolhandler finds new trend in health care spending (CNBC) SuperLink
SuperLink Talking to Kids About Racial Violence (Tamara Buckley, professor of counseling and psychology, contributes in The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink Train Teachers Like Doctors (The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink Professor Manu Bhagavan on "Brexit" and the return of the nation-state (Quartz) SuperLink
SuperLink Professor Tracy Dennis-Tiwary, of the psychology department, presents on technology and anxiety at Personal Democracy Forum (video) SuperLink
SuperLink A Real Commitment to Change in India, or Sleight of Hand? (Professor Manu Bhagavan's Op Ed in The New York Times) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter College graduate gets surprise marriage proposal during graduation ceremony at MSG (Daily News) SuperLink
SuperLink The Best Mother’s Day Gift—Education for Every Generation (President Raab blogs for the Huffington Post) SuperLink
SuperLink Humans Paid for Bigger Brains With Gas-Guzzling Bodies (Hunter's Herman Pontzer in The Atlantic) SuperLink
SuperLink New York City Subways Plagued by Disorderly Exits... (The Daily News on a study by Professors Peter Tuckel and William Milczarski) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter Professor Rebecca Connor on the science of swearing (Fox 5 New York) SuperLink
SuperLink These Birds Learn Their Mother's Calls Before They Hatch (Forbes on new reasearch by Professor Mark E. Hauber) SuperLink
SuperLink How Much Exercise Is Needed to Burn the Calories You Consume? (Hunter’s Dr. Charles Platkin explains in Newsmax) SuperLink
SuperLink Gay men follow HIV prevention regimen, if MDs prescribe it (Business Insider covers a new study by Hunter's Jeffrey Parsons and the Center for HIV Educational Studies & Training) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter's Manu Bhagavan on what's driving an "authoritarian moment" throughout the West (Quartz) SuperLink
SuperLink First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt Should Be The First Woman to Have Her Own Bill (President Raab blogs for the Huffington Post) SuperLink
SuperLink Are those eggs-tra singing lessons? Birds learn calls BEFORE they even hatch by imitating the songs of their parents (Daily Mail, on new research by Professor Hauber) SuperLink
SuperLink Hunter's Peter Carey Inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Letters SuperLink
SuperLink Calorie Counts Really Do Fight Obesity (Bloomberg View) SuperLink
Document Actions
695 Park Ave
NY, NY 10065