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.
About the Film: Tempo Rubato ‘Tempo Rubato’ depicts the origins and development of a new musical composition by Colombian jazz percussionist/composer Samuel Torres. Like his journey, the film is a document of research and discovery through music. As Samuel sets out to create a musical response to the victims of
The School of Media Studies is looking for students with Graphic Design experience to assist with a number of projects related to event flyers and posters, as well as work on a new and ongoing SMS Commons page to be launched soon. Students Assistants will
DCTV is seeking Fall interns for their Development, IT/Post-Production, Pro-TV, and Training & Resources departments. Founded in 1972, DCTV is an established media arts resource for NYC’s independent filmmaking community, located in a gothic landmark firehouse in Chinatown/Tribeca. DCTV provides affordable workshops, production equipment rentals,
The NSPE Office of Student Affairs is seeking a student worker to assist in the day-to-day operations of the office. Duties include, but are not limited to: · Assist with in-person and telephone inquiries · Assisting in the preparation, dissemination and management of events, including
The Feet in 2 Worlds journalism course will again be offered this fall to Media Studies and GPIA students. Introduced last winter, the course uses New York City’s large and diverse immigrant communities as places to develop and practice a variety of journalism skills including
Are you an international student struggling with American English pronunciation? Tired of people asking you to repeat yourself or misunderstanding what you say? Then the FREE Pronunciation Workshop at the University Learning Center is for YOU! – train your muscles to correctly produce sounds
The Foundation Course for the GPIA Media and Culture concentration will be offered in the summer session which begins the week of June 3rd. This course is being offered to Media Studies students as a general elective, and will be taught by Prof. Nina Khrushcheva.
As an incentive this semester, all students who fill out the ratings form for a course, or formally decline to do so, will have “early access” to grades and will be able to see the course grade when it is posted during this window of time. Please
The New School’s new website is up for a Webby Award. Online voting will be open until Tuesday, April 25. The New School is currently in 2nd place in our category, trailing the University of Chicago. You can sign up, or sign in with your
Kickstarter: Best Practices to Make Your Project a Success The New School wants to help you get your next project off the ground and funded. Kickstarter has been a powerful vehicle that has launched many student, faculty and alumni’s projects. Open to all students, this
On Thursday, February 7th, at 12pm, the University Learning Center is offering a workshop on time management, with a special emphasis on the writing process. The final 30 minutes of this 90-minute workshop will include an interactive schedule-blocking activity. Attendees are encouraged to bring their syllabi. This
Are you an international student or faculty struggling with American English pronunciation? Do people often ask you to repeat yourself or misunderstand what you are trying to say? Then the FREE Pronunciation Workshop offered through the University Learning Center is for YOU! In this weekly
The Vera List New School Art Collection Writing Awards are bestowed annually to students at The New School for the best essays inspired by works in the university’s art collection. The awards were established in 1996 by the late Vera List, a life trustee of
The open art therapy studios begin next Friday, February 1and will meet every Friday from 3-4:30 through mid-May except for spring break week. The closed 8-week art therapy group is scheduled to start on Thursday, February 21 and meets Thursday evenings from 6:30-8pm. Both take
The Student Services Announcements site has been updated with upcoming events and announcements. You can view it at: https://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/ss-announcements This will be the final Announcements for this semester. Our next Announcements will be sent in mid-January. Good luck with the end of the semester.
The Student Services Announcements site has been updated with upcoming events and announcements. You can view it at: https://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/ss-announcements Also: Letters are still available for the Winter Wishes Toy Drive. Please help bring joy to a child in need this holiday season. The form to
Are you curious about what’s behind the brass walls of The New School’s new University Center? Now’s your chance to find out. Starting Friday, November 30th, The New School will offer weekly tours of the site to students, faculty, and staff. These hour-long tours will
The Student Services Announcements site has been updated with upcoming events and announcements. You can view it at: https://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/ss-announcements