The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS) at NSSR cordially invites you to the Opening Reception for our 2018 Global Dialogues Fellows on Thurs. 2/1 @ 6:30pm! In addition to welcoming them, it will be a great time for TCDS alumni and faculty to come
You came to The New School because you had a goal or mission. How can your personal brand help express your core values? What differentiates you from others who do the same thing that you do? Who is your target audience? Who are you not?
WGBH is hiring for two positions in Boston: Project Manager – Reporting to the Associate Director, the Project Manager will manage and execute ambitious digitization projects including the PBS NewsHour Digitization Project, Riverside Church WRVR Digitization Project, and Peabody Awards Digitization Project. In this role, the
The School of Media Studies has been invited to be in the audience of ABC’s Good Morning America, next Tuesday, January 30th. GMA is a very high-energy show that relies heavily on its audience. By taking part to the live show, students will be able to
Nyssa Chow is the current Teaching Fellow at Columbia University Oral History Master’s Program. She is a writer, new media storyteller and educator. She is a graduate of OHMA and of Columbia University’s MFA program. Her most recent project Still.Life. – Intersecting Histories won the Columbia
ScreenCraft’s Film Fund, backed by BondIt Media Capital, considers shorts, features, documentaries and series pilots, and is offering one or two selected projects a production grant up to $30,000! To submit your project, submit via the link below: https://screencraft.org/fund/