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Inaugural New School Research Symposium, April 23

INAUGURAL NEW SCHOOL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM The Provost’s Office of Research Support, in partnership with Faculty Affairs, Student Success, the University Student Senate, Student Leadership & Involvement, and Marketing & Communication, would like to invite you to the inaugural New School Research Symposium. The first annual New School

ULC Python Workshop: 4/3 at 3pm

On Wednesday, April 3rd from 3-4:30pm, the University Learning Center will offer a Python workshop. This workshop will provide an introduction for how to use Python for data analysis and visualization. This workshop will be held in the Klein Conference Room, 66 West 12th Street, Room 510.  Please go here to reserve a

ULC Excel at Excel Workshop: 2/27 at 3pm

On Wednesday, February 27th from 3-4:40pm, the University Learning Center will offer a Excel at Excel workshop. This workshop will demonstrate basic functions and operations of the Excel program: inputting, calculating, formatting, and analyzing content. Attendees are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop with Excel installed. This workshop will be held

Ecological City Offers Puppet and Costume Workshops

Earth Celebrations Engaging Communities to Generate Ecological & Social Change Through the Arts Winter/Spring 2019 Ecological Arts & Climate Solutions Action   ECOLOGICAL CITY A Cultural & Climate Solutions Action Project PUPPET AND COSTUME WORKSHOPS March 2 – May 8 Wednesday’s – 6pm-9:30pm (Costume) Saturday’s – 12pm-4pm

ULC Research Papers Workshop: 2/14 at 2pm

On Thursday, February 14th from 2-4pm, the University Learning Center will offer a Research Papers workshop. This workshop will show students how to gather sources, plan an outline and begin writing a research paper. This workshop will be held in the Klein Conference Room, 66 West 12th Street, Room 510.  Please go here to

Integrative PhD | Justin Farrell | Lecture and Workshop: “Blending Data Science with Qualitative Research ” | 4th December 6 PM|

Justin Farrell is a professor and author at Yale University. He studies environment, elites, rural inequality, and social movements using a mixture of methods from large-scale computational text analysis, qualitative & ethnographic fieldwork, network science, and machine learning. His research has been published by Princeton University

Modes of Making: A 3-day Intensive by UnionDocs

Join UnionDocs for Modes of Making: A 3-day Intensive of Producing for Documentary led by Danielle Varga (Cameraperson)! The process of producing a documentary film, especially in the independent or experimental landscape, can have various unforeseen turns. Yet the producer is expected to reign in

University Learning Center: Saturday Tutoring

The University Learning Center is now open 12-5pm each Saturday through December 15th (except for Saturday, November 24th) for all New School students. Students can make an appointment through Starfish or come in for a walk-in. Please email learningcenter@newschool.edu with any questions.  

ULC Excel Workshop, Thursday, Oct. 4th at 6pm

On Thursday, October 4th from 6-7:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering the workshop Excel at Excel for students, where we will go through basic functions and operations of the Excel program.  Students are encouraged to bring their laptops with Excel installed.     This workshop will be held at 66 West 12th

Center for Communication: Where The Jobs Are: TV

Learn what it takes to land an exciting job in the TV industry. Executives from leading networks who make the hiring decisions reveal what skills and qualities standout when recruiting young talent in this highly competitive field. Join us at 6:30pm on Wednesday, October 3, at Kumble

ULC Research Papers Workshop, Wednesday 9/26 at 12 PM

On Wednesday, September 26th from 12pm-2pm, the University Learning Center (in partnership with Libraries & Archives) will be offering the workshop Research Papers: Gathering Sources, Planning & Writing. They will be discussing strategies for locating, distinguishing and evaluating sources, as well as the best methods or organizing and writing

Editing Workshop for NY Filmmakers

Women Make Movies’ Workshop and Webinar Series starts back up next month with a special in-person masterclass, Secrets From Successful Editors. Moderated by Sabine Krayenbühl (Virgin Tales, Mad Hot Ballroom), the event will be a process-oriented discussion with Hemal Trivedi (Among the Believers, Saving Face), Ann

EVENT – The Personal is Political: Writing about Muslim Women

THE PERSONAL IS POLITICAL: WRITING ABOUT MUSLIM WOMEN with Humera Afridi, Roja Heydarpour, Raad Rahman, Sarah Khan, Sumaya Awad & Noel Pangilinan Join the Asian American Writers’ Workshop for a special reading with the Open City fellows. Open City documents the pulse of metropolitan Asian America as it’s

Announcing the Spring 2018 GIDEST Seminars

Announcing the Spring 2018 GIDEST Seminars Please join us for this semester’s GIDEST seminars. All events take place on Fridays, 12-1.30pm, in the GIDEST Lab, Room 411 in the University Center, 63 Fifth Avenue. Sessions are devoted to discussion of pre-circulated materials that can be downloaded