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9/14, Doc Talk: Decade of Fire

DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies **ONLINE DOC TALK FREE AND OPEN TO ALL: Register HERE Monday, Sep. 14th, 2PM EST DECADE OF FIRE Screening and Q&A with Vivian Vázquez (Co-Director/Producer), Gretchen Hildebran (Co-Director Producer) and Neyda Martinez (Producer / TNS Faculty) The well-paced, tightly constructed, often crushingly

Webinar Series- In Time of Plague, 2020: COVID-19

The Center for Public Scholarship at The New School invites you and your colleagues to attend a free webinar series “In Time of Plague, 2020: COVID-19”. The first panel, INEQUALITIES AND PLAGUE, will take place on August 5, 2020: 12:30-2:00pm. The second panel, COMPARING PLAGUES: AIDS AND COVID-19 will take place

Affinity Recognition Cermonies

The Student Success team has put together a program of Affinity Recognition Ceremonies for students of color as well as LGBTQIAA+ students who would like to participate. A link to the Grad Week microsite is below, along with links to register for specific ceremonies Please

Behind the Curtain with Michael Sladek 3/10

Behind the Curtain with Michael Sladek Michael Sladek presents working with SAG-AFTRA and their Low Budget Agreements from a filmmaker’s POV with Q&A Tuesday, March 10, 2020  5:15pm-7:00pm University Center, Room 300 63 Fifth Ave, New York, NY Michael Sládek is an independent filmmaker whose

Foundations of Leadership: How to Set Yourself Up for Success

A three-part series to address the internal and external roadblocks leaders & entrepreneurs face.   About this Event The Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative is excited to present a three-part series to address the internal and external roadblocks leaders & entrepreneurs face. Whether preparing to pitch, launching

SMS LinkedIn Workshop & Headshots, 3/9

3/9 SMS LinkedIn Workshop & Headshots Monday, March 9th, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm SMS Loft, 79 Fifth Avenue, 16th Floor, Room 1618 You’ve set up your LinkedIn profile, but you wonder – “How can this help me find employment? Learn tips and answers to

Parsons ELAB Demo Day (Nov. 20th)

Join Parsons for their ELab Demo Day 2019 as their fellows take us on the journey of how they turned their ideas into thriving business ventures. Their startups will be pitching their businesses in front of the ELab community, potential investors, mentors, advisors and future

Code Kitchen Series All November Long

Code Kitchen is a public speaker series organized at The New School this semester. Hosted by the BFA and MFA Design & Technology programs, code practitioners working at the intersection of art, design, poetry, and social critique are invited to present one project they have

First Gen Graduate Student Happy Hour

Friday, November 8, is National First-Gen Day! This event was created in 2017 by the Council for Opportunity in Education and the Center for First-Generation Student Success to recognize and celebrate first-generation college students. November 8 was selected in honor of the anniversary of the

Guest Speaker Event: Hollywood Producer, Hawk Koch

The New School welcomes Hollywood film producer, Hawk Koch, to campus to discuss his new memoir Magic Time, My Life In Hollywood.  Students can look forward to an intimate conversation about his career in Hollywood, how the industry has changed, and advice for up and comers interested

10/17: Microaggressions in Academia with Derald Wing Sue

A sought-after speaker and trainer on the topic, Derald Wing Sue will address the many forms microaggressions can take in academic environments. Derald Wing Sue, Professor of Psychology and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University has dedicated much of his career and writings to the study of

Call for Teaching Award Nominations

CALL FOR TEACHING AWARD NOMINATIONS Students, faculty, and staff are invited to nominate outstanding teachers for the Distinguished Teaching Award and for the Award for Outstanding Achievements in Social Justice Teaching. The Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes faculty across the university for excellence in teaching. The New School

CELEBRATE 100 YEARS AT THE FESTIVAL OF NEW: 10/1-10/6

The Festival of New, The New School’s weeklong centennial celebration, will take place October 1-6, 2019, and faculty + staff now have priority access to sign up for individual events within the Festival! Rock out with alumni performers in Union Square. Delve into the future

India China Day at The New School

Thursday, September 19, 2019 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM at the Starr Foundation Hall.  At this event, current student fellows will present their research findings during their summer trips to India and China.  We will also announce the next round of the India China

The Festival Of New: October 1-6, 2019

The New School has always been a community of changemakers. For our Centennial, we are opening the university doors with performances, talks, and exhibitions that explore the “new”—what is has meant, means today, and might mean in the future.