Arthur Apter becomes a CUNY Graduate School Distinguished Professor

As of February 2104, the set theorist Arthur Apter from Baruch College (CUNY) has won a prestigious position of a CUNY Graduate School Distinguished Professor. 

Arthur has been at Baruch College since 1986, and was appointed to the Doctoral Faculty in Mathematics of the CUNY Graduate Center in 2006. He was the doctoral advisor of Shoshana Friedman (Ph.D. CUNY 2009) and doctoral co-advisor of Grigor Sargsyan (Ph.D. UC Berkeley 2009), whom he mentored as an undergraduate in the CUNY Baccalaureate Program. He is an author of a large number of research papers in set theory, specializing in large cardinals, forcing and other areas of set theory. 


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