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Professor Daniel Robinson awarded President’s Distinguished Alumni Medal

On Thursday 28 May 2009, Professor Dan Robinson, Fellow of the Oxford Philosophy Faculty, will receive the President’s Distinguished Alumni Medal from the City University of New York Graduate Centre. The Medal is awarded for his renowned work in philosophy and psychology. He is the author or editor of 52 books, including the classic _Intellectual History of Psychology_. His teaching and writings span such subjects as moral philosophy, the philosophy of psychology, legal philosophy, the philosophy of mind, intellectual history, legal history, and the history of psychology—a scope of expertise that he put to work as principal consultant for the award-winning PBS series The Brain and The Mind. Dan has also served as president of, and been honored by, two divisions of the American Psychological Association.

Further details are available at: http://www.gc.cuny.edu/press_information/current_releases/2009/may/10K_doctorate.htm.

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