GIDEST Seminar Radhika Subramaniam LOOKING FOR ABU’L ABBAS Friday, November 9, 12-1:30 p.m. GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join GIDEST on Friday, November, for a discussion with curator, editor and writer Radhika Subramaniam of her project, “Looking for Abu’l Abbas.” Seminar participants are
Media Studies Council: Internship Info Session Wednesday, November 14th 6:15 p.m. 79 5th Avenue, 16th Floor Planning on registering an internship with the university? Come ask your Internship questions to an expert from the Office of Experience & Internships. Food + Drinks Served!
On Tuesday, November 6th from 1:30pm-3pm, the University Learning Center will be offering their last workshop of the semester: Citing 101. This workshop will provide a guide through the three main citation styles (Chicago, MLA, and APA). They will demonstrate how to cite quotes and paraphrases within a paper, as well as
Tomorrow: Free Event with Strand Books Strand at The New School: Launch of Good Company Issue #2 Thursday, October 25, 2018, 7:00-8:00 PM The Auditorium at 66 W 12th St. Join The New School as Grace Bonney, founder of Design*Sponge, sits down with fellow panelists Natalia Oberti Noguera, Hawa
Friday, November 2 and Saturday, November 3: Social Movements + Innovation at The New School invites you to a free two-day workshop on Liberating Structures, where you will learn about the “microstructures” that make up Liberating Structures, and will have an opportunity to experience them in action. Liberating Structures
Join SMS on Monday, November 12 at 4:00 p.m. for theTown Hall, sponsored by the Media Studies Council. The Town Hall is a dialogue between faculty, staff, and students to address questions, thoughts, and concerns about the school, academic programs, and the future. To submit an anonymous question to be
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A Space to Process: Sexual Assault and Politics Anyone wanting to talk about sexual assault, their experiences, and impact of the current political climate is invited to attend this support group. Sponsored by Student Health Services and COPES, 80 5th Ave, 5th Floor Conference Room.
On Tuesday October 16th from 4-6pm, the University Learning Center (in partnership with Libraries & Archives) will be offering the workshop Research Papers: Gathering Sources, Planning & Writing for the second time this semester. They will be discussing strategies for locating, distinguishing and evaluating sources, as well as
TNS will be hosting a event with Pen America called ‘On Fascism‘ featuring New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb, prominent public intellectual Timothy Snyder, and Yale Professor Jason Stanley. There are a large number of free student, staff, and faculty tickets still available, which can be accessed here.
On Wednesday, October 10th from 1pm until 2:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop on Adobe Photoshop. Students will go over the basic tools and functions of Adobe Photoshop CC, including setting up documents, workspaces, layers and editing images. Students are strongly encouraged to bring a
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
Looking for a job or internship that has you working for social good? Come to the New School’s Social Impact Career Fair tomorrow! Social Impact Career Fair Thursday, September 27th, 1-5 pm 55 W 13th St, Room 202 (Arnhold Hall) Connect with employers to learn about
Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative Hosts Panel Discussion, “Creating a More Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs”
On October 2, the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI) is hosting a panel discussion titled “Creating an Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs.” While the benefits of diversity are well-documented, entrepreneurs from underrepresented backgrounds continue to face persistent barriers limiting their access to networks, funding, and
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
The 2018 SMS Mobile Film Festival is open to all students and showcases the power, accessibility, and appeal of mobile filmmaking. Come see a showcase of student filmmakers as they set out to tell stories, document experiences, and express art through smart phones, tablets, and
The Center for Communication has partnered with Made in NY to bring an amazing Fall lineup of insider talks that will guide you towards careers in journalism, virtual reality, television, film, podcasting, and web series production. Check out their upcoming events, sign up, and they’ll see you
A Conversation with Sisonke Msimang, Author of the New Memoir, “Always Another Country: A Memoir of Exile and Home,” and Sean Jacobs, Associate Professor of International Affairs at The New School
A Conversation with Sisonke Msimang, author of the new memoir, Always another country: A memoir of exile and home, and Sean Jacobs, associate professor of International Affairs at The New School The event will take place September 26, 2018 at 7-9:00 PM. Starr Foundation Hall, UL102
OCTOBER 5, 2018 2019 Summer Field Programs Announcement YOU’RE INVITED Please join TNS’ International Field Program for an exciting event showcasing their Summer Field Programs! During the event you will learn from students and faculty about fieldwork, project, and research opportunities offered by the International Field
Fall is fast approaching, and GAP is excited to announce their annual screening, Rising Together, Moving Forever, on October 5th, 2018 from 6-9pm at The New School (66 West 12th St). They will have several opportunities to engage at the event including: photo booths, food, performances, as well as
Spring 2019 Impact Venture Lab Course The Application Deadline is Thursday, October 4, 2018 for students who wish to apply for the Spring 2019 Venture Lab course! For more information about eligibility, requirements, and selection criteria, please visit the Venture Lab webpage. For information about
Doc Studies presents: Monday, September 17 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue CRIME + PUNISHMENT Directed by Stephen Maing 2018, 115 min. Screening and Q & A with filmmaker STEPHEN MAING “A triumph of documentary filmmaking” — Tim Wu, The New York
Gun Reform in Black & White: Student Activism and #NeverAgain brings together white student activists from Parkland, Florida and Black student activists from Chicago and New York to share their experiences with gun violence, activism and organizing for gun reform laws and safe communities. Participants include Amel
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
GIDEST Presents Okwui Okpokwasili: “The Unruly Body: Perfomance Energetic Transmission, and Becoming Undone”
GIDEST Seminar Okwui Okpokwasili THE UNRULY BODY: PERFORMANCE, ENERGETIC TRANSMISSION, AND BECOMING UNDONE Friday, April 27, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue Please note: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63
GIDEST Seminar N. K. Jemisin SENTIENT ROCK PEOPLE, SOCIAL REALISM, AND YOU Friday, April 20, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue Please note: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue.
The Center for Public Scholarship’s 37th Social Research conference “Cons and Scams: Their Place in American Culture,” will take place next Monday and Tuesday in the Theresa Lang Center (and feature Media Studies professor Noah Isenberg!). *NEXT WEEK* Monday & Tuesday, April 23 – 24 37th Social Research Conference “Cons and
GIDEST Seminar Joan Jonas FROM THE IMAGINARY TO THE REAL Friday, April 13, 12-1:30 p.m. Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue CHANGE OF VENUE: Due to the recent fire at 2 W.13th St., this event will take place in the Starr Foundation Hall, Room L102, 63 Fifth Avenue.
Led by The New School’s fabulous Peer Health Advocate, Jaye Johnson, they have 2-part Casting the Circle series for Womxn, Femmes & Non-Binary or Trans Folx of All Genders. Sponsored by the Social Justice Committee & Student Health and Support Services. Part 1: Writing as