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Content Creators Career Panel, 2/20

Content Creators Career Panel  Wednesday, February 20 4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Wollman Hall 65 West 11th Street, Room 500 RSVP here   Join our panel on careers in digital content creation, production and management. Panelists will discuss their careers and industry trends, while offering insight and advice to those interested

Social Research Journal: Clearance Sale

Social Research: An International Quarterly Published by NSSR since 1934 CLEARANCE SALE Tuesday 2/5, 3:00-6:00pm 6 East 16th Street lobby Wednesday 2/6, 1:00-6:00 PM 66 West 12th Street lower lobby All issues less than $10 www.socres.org

ULC In Your Own Words Plagiarism Workshop: 2/12 at 12 pm

On Tuesday, February 12th from 12pm-1:30pm, the University Learning Center will offer a workshop on avoiding plagiarism called In Your Own Words. This workshop will show students how to use paraphrases and quotations to avoid plagiarism in their work.   This workshop will be held at 80 Fifth Ave, Room 529.  Please go here to reserve a space. 

Join the Media Student Council – First Meeting 2/6

If you are interested in student leadership on campus or just want to be apart of hosting cool events for Media Students, then consider joining the Media Student Council for Spring 2019! We will be hosting our 1st Council meeting Wednesday, February 6th at 6:30pm in the SMS

Creative Writing Alumni & Faculty Book Party

Creative Writing Alumni & Faculty Book Party Thursday, February 28, 6:30pm Wollman Hall, Room B500, 65 West 11th Street Each spring, the Creative Writing Program hosts a book party to celebrate alumni & faculty book publications from the previous year. This year, we celebrate 30 book

Pervasive and Personal: Observations on Free Speech Online

Pervasive and Personal: Observations on Free Speech Online Monday, February 11, 6:30-8:30pm Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Room I-202, 55 West 13th Street In this next installment of the Vera List Center’s “Freedom of Speech: A Curriculum for Studies into Darkness” series, discussants will turn

Contribute to the SMS Donation Drive

SMS DONATION DRIVE TO BENEFIT TNS FOOD PANTRY Join the School of Media Studies as we stock The New School Food Pantry and help those in need. We are accepting donations now through Monday, December 17, 2018. To contribute, please drop off any of the items below

The New School’s Collaboratory Re-launches Digital Knowledge Hub

The New School’s Collaboratory, a university-wide initiative, recently re-launched the digital knowledge hub. This platform highlights innovative approaches to socially-engaged learning and research, a central aspect of The New School’s academic approach. By featuring the work of students, faculty and community partners, the digital knowledge hub

Project Africa Hosts Graduate Student Mixer

Project Africa, a graduate student group led by students in the International Affairs program at The New School, is hosting a fall mixer this Thursday to bring together students of African heritage and those interested in African and diaspora issues. There will be food and

Leading Women of Tomorrow Hosts Thanksgiving Dinner

Leading Women Of Tomorrow – TNS, in partnership with COPES is hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for students experiencing housing insecurities, & or Student spending the holiday alone, that will like to spend the holidays with their fellow colleagues (Narwals). Menu: Roasted Turkey Spinach Artichoke Dip

Venture Lab Application Deadline Extended to Wednesday, 10/24

Venture Lab Application Deadline Extended to Wednesday, October 24 at 5PM For more information and to apply, visit this website. Any questions? Contact impactentrepreneur@newschool.edu Venture Lab Course: The Venture Lab builds on the Lean Launchpad® curriculum taught at Berkeley, Stanford, and several other universities, but has

ULC Time Management Workshop, Tuesday, September 4 at 1 PM

On Tuesday, September 4th from 1pm-2:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering their first workshop of the fall semester: Time Management. This workshop will provide practical strategies to help students better plan and budget their time, avoid procrastination, and feel more in control of their

Take a Foreign Language Course this Summer and Fall

Below are some graphics and information advertising our foreign language course offerings this summer and fall, which are open to students across the university, and regularly enroll students from SPE, Lang, Parsons, and CoPA. Summer foreign language offerings are open to all credit students, while

SafeTalk Training on Monday, June 11

As part of the New School Mental Health Task Force work, our work with the JED Foundation Campus Program, and our COPES program, our resident expert on suicide and assistant director at Counseling Services, Vanessa McGann, PhD, is providing a free SafeTalk training for the

ULC Oral Presentation Workshop, Monday April 16th at 12pm

On Monday April 16th from 12pm-1:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop on Oral Presentations.  Students will cover pre-presentation strategies, how to structure presentations, and techniques for engaging an audience with confidence.  Students are strongly encouraged to bring a current presentation to practice.  This workshop is open for all New School students. This workshop will