You are invited to this week’s New School Graduation parties: Tuesday, May 9 at 6:00 pm in the Orozco Room: Global Studies Graduation Party Thursday, May 11 at 3:00 pm in the UC Faculty Lounge (700): Urban Studies Graduation Party
Smart Risks: How Small Grants are Helping to Solve Some of the World’s Biggest Problems by Jennifer Lentfer and Tanya Cothran is a compilation of 30 essays that explore how responsive grantmaking, focused on grassroots wisdom and close connections, can make a lasting impact in the Global South. This book
Every finals week, the Office of Student Development and Activities hosts Seek Relief Week. Participants can enjoy trail mix stations, chair massages, cookies and milk, and much more at campus buildings from May 8–May 12.
Join Career Development for their Graduating Students Series: Job Search, Social Media, and Interviewing Skills on Tuesday, May 16th.
Hello! New York-based feature documentary Street Heroines – a film about the courage and creativity of female graffiti and street artists across the Americas – is currently in post-production and seeking an Assistant Editor for a 3 month unpaid internship that will run through the
11th Annual Critiquing Culture Conference hosted by George Mason University’s Cultural Studies department with your students and professional network. This year they are giving special focus to the topic of social movements and resistance, in addition to continuing themes of Political Economy, Mass & Popular Culture,
Sherian Feaster is a graduate student studying Organizational Change Management at the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at TNS. She is starting a podcast with a fellow student and a close friend. They want to explore human behavior in everyday social interactions like dating,
OBJECT AMERICA The Observational Practices Lab, Parsons, will launch a multi-phase project and investigation, OBJECT AMERICA, to explore the idea of “America” through objects, using experimental collaboration and comparative research (involving both students and professionals in various fields). The project is led by Selena Kimball and Pascal Glissmann,