We are looking for a student who embodies and projects the best qualities and core values of a New School education. He or she must be able to deliver concise and compelling remarks that will resonate with and inspire the graduating class of 2017. Auditions
FALL 2017 NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION Thursday, August 24th from 5:30 PM to 8:30 PM The University Center, Lower Level, UL 104 63 5th Ave, New York, NY View card
Global Youth Media NINT: 5302 Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Fall Semester 2017 Peter Lucas firstname.lastname@example.org Course Description: In this seminar, students will study the international youth media movement and its relationship to human rights, peace education, the ethics of care, and transformative critical pedagogy. We
The Equipment Center (EQC) at Arnhold Hall (9th floor) has made a few changes in inventory and policy. All of this info is on our newly designed website along with links to the EQC Catalog as well as new FAQs on EQC policy + fines. Here are
Sunday, August 20, 2017 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm University Center, 5th Floor 63 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY All new and returning students are invited to shop for FREE, new and gently used school supplies, art supplies, home goods, and other fun and useful
Below are Milano courses being offered in the Fall.. They are flexible, inter-sectional and highly recommended. For more information on each course please see the attached flyers. If you still have questions after reading the flyers, feel free to contact us at email@example.com. NURP 5004
All matriculated Schools of Public Engagement (SPE) graduate students who register for graduate courses in their graduate program in a given semester have the opportunity to audit one full foreign language course for free. This is a perk offered to all graduate students outside of your program of study, and
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
Join Career Development for their Graduating Students Series: Job Search, Social Media, and Interviewing Skills on Tuesday, May 16th.
On Tuesday, April 25th at 3pm, the University Learning Center will host an Adobe Premiere workshop. Presenters Alyson Cardenas and Dorothy Cruz will provide an overview of the basic tools and functions of Adobe Premiere Pro CC: setting up projects, effects, transitions, and other video/audio editing tools. Attendees are strongly
Career Services has moved the date of the Media Fair. It will now be held on April 27, 2017 from 1-4pm.
About the Collaboratory The New School Collaboratory is a university-wide initiative launched formally in June 2013 with funding from the Rockefeller Foundation. The Collaboratory aims to enhance the University’s efforts to foster meaningful, efficacious, and sustainable engagements with communities and external partners. In addition, it
The New School is renewing its historic commitment to continuing education through the creation of Open Campus. This strategic step will contribute to the development of our university in important ways: diversifying revenue streams to alleviate pressure on core programs; opening up access to new
Cinema has been called the ‘Last Machine,’ yet we see that today’s alternate reality games, flash mobs, and wildly evolving trans-urban cultures are a ‘life world cinema.’ How can we conceptualize this NEW ‘last machine?’ What new kinds of map can we construct to examine
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to nominate outstanding teachers for the Distinguished Teaching Award and for the Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity and Social Justice Teaching. The Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes faculty across the university for excellence in teaching. The Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity
There are still 4 spots open in the course Cynthia Lawson (Parsons) and Fabiola Berdiel (Milano) are co-teaching this spring. It has been taught since 2008 (under a different title, “Designing Collaborative Development”) and always has a wonderful mix of Parsons, Milano, Lang, Media Studies,
Thomas Whalen, Assistant Vice President UPDATED INFORMATION: THE INNOVATION CENTER WILL BE PARTIALLY CLOSED THIS WEEKEND There will be partial closings of the Innovation Center, located on the sixth floor of 6 East 16th Street, this Saturday, November 7, and Sunday, November 8, for production
Emergent Citizen Media Course School of Media Studies Media Studies has announced a special opportunity for TNS students to participate in a 1-credit project-based course on the topic of “Emergent Citizen Media Activism” taught by Bob McKinnon, the School of Media Studies’ Entrepreneur-in-Residence. Students will have
Harm Reduction Psychotherapy Certificate Program APPLICATION DEADLINE AUG. 1, 2015 Interested in learning alternative and practical approaches for addressing substance use? Curious about how harm reduction works? Consider joining our one-year certificate program this September at The New School for Social Research. We are offering a Harm Reduction Psychotherapy Certificate
Dear Students, Faculty, and Staff, Tomorrow, Wednesday, February 18th, at 3pm, the University Learning Center is offering a workshop for all New School students, entitled “Structuring an Essay.” The workshop will focus on the characteristics of a strong argument and how to support it throughout an essay. This workshop, presented
Don’t miss your opportunity to discover, learn and explore the many facets of Media Studies by enrolling in the courses below. Please download the Spring 2015 course guide for more detailed course descriptions. “Curatorial Design & Media” with Nitin Sawhney “Fund. of Sociology of Media”
Socio-Acoustics – Soundmaking in the Real World Elliott Sharp CTM Fellows Lecture December 8, 7PM – 10PM Kellen Auditorium, 66 Fifth Avenue A complex of equations with many hidden variables make up human interaction when involved in the production and perception of music. Socio-acoustics functions
Steven Salaita and Scholarship Exiled: Threats to Academic Freedom & Activism on University Campuses Wednesday, November 19, 12pm – 2pm
School of Media Studies Professor, Nitin Sawhney was involved in the planning of Steven Salaita & Scholarship Exiled. The event will take place on November 19th @ 12pm in Theresa Lang Community and Student Center. Introductory remarks will be given by Dean Mary Watson.
On Monday, November 17th, New Challenge will be hosting two Phone-In Question and Answer Sessions (3-4 pm and 8-9 pm) for students considering to apply to this year’s New Challenge competition. This time will be devoted to answering any questions that students have about the
The Documentary Media Studies Graduate Certificate Program has been featured in the current is of the IDA magazine Documentary. The article ‘Profile: The Documentary Media Studies Graduate Certificate Program at The New School’ by Wanda Bershen can be found at: http://www.documentary.org/magazine/profile-documentary-media-studies-graduate-certificate-program-new-school For more information on
Textbooks Will Still Be Available at Fifth Avenue Barnes and Noble Although Barnes and Noble is closing their 105 Fifth Avenue location, New Schoolers will still be able to get their textbooks at this address. From January 17 through mid-February, New Schoolers will be able to buy
LAST CALL! Deadline Drawing Near for University Teaching Awards October 15 is the deadline to nominate a faculty member for the Distinguished Teaching Award or the new Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity and Social Justice Teaching. These awards are a great way to publicly honor outstanding members of
Wellness and Health Promotion is partnering with the Learning Center in the provision of time management workshops during the Fall semester! Effective time management skills help make writing a pleasant experience. Learn to budget your time, avoid procrastination, and be in control of your work.
To view this PBS Point of View Article, which was recommended by Pamela Tillis, click here.