Edefe Ojomo, Global Studies part-time faculty, will discuss: “Regional institutions as remedial governance structures: a study of regional governance in West Africa” Monday, March 11 1:00-2:00 p.m. 66 West 12th Street 6th floor, 609 RSVP to receive a copy of the paper in advance.
SMS LinkedIn Workshop & Headshots Monday, March 11, 4:00 p.m. SMS Loft, 79 Fifth Avenue, 16th Floor RSVP Here Headshot Sign Up Here You’ve set up your LinkedIn profile, but you wonder – “How can this help me find employment?” Hear tips and learn answers to your
Click here to watch Histories of the Digital Now – Live from the Whitney
SMS Faculty Member Ekwa Msangi Selected for the Sundance Screenwriting Lab with her Project, “Farewell Amor”
Farewell Amor (U.S.A.) /Ekwa Msangi (writer/director): After 17 years in exile, Walter’s wife and daughter are reunited with him in the U.S., now absolute strangers. Crammed together in a tiny Brooklyn apartment, struggling to overcome the personal and political hurdles between them, they rely on the muscle
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
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.
CALL FOR SEMINAR PROPOSALS COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH SEMINARS Through the aegis of the Integrative PhD Program, Mellon Foundation funds are available for New School faculty to develop collaborative courses to be offered in 2019–20. Supplemental salary of $5,000 per faculty member ($10,000 per course) will be
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
DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Feb 4 at 1 PM, Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue NAILED IT! + STATE OF OREGON (short) Screening and Q&A with filmmaker and Doc Studies alumna ADELE PHAM “Nailed it! seeks to uncover the fascinating but little known history
Chris Rogy, MA Media Studies ’15, and Bria Cole, MA Media Studies ’14, give an inside look at a millennial’s revival of the 1970’s classic Annie Hall in their “Reconstructing Annie.”
Chris Rogy, MA Media Studies ’15, and Bria Cole, MA Media Studies ’14, give an inside look at a millennial’s revival of the 1970’s classic Annie Hall in their “Reconstructing Annie.” Click here to read more about the film. Click here to watch the trailer.
Believed by many to be Hollywood’s best-kept secret for breaking into the industry, the Television Academy Foundation’s annual Internship Program is in a class all its own. The program provides 50 summer internships, in more than 30 entertainment professions, to college students nationwide—and has launched
The highly anticipated Global Studies Annual Lecture with guest speaker Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz is rapidly approaching, so we encourage you to RSVP as soon as possible – seats are going fast! If you can’t attend the event, please find the steps for viewing the live stream below: Can’t make the Global Studies Annual
SMS Open Graduate Courses for Spring 2019: – Programmatic Media & Marketing (hybrid on-site/online) – Finance for Media Managers (online) – Animals as Media (online) – Radio Experiments (online) – Media Practices: Audio – Audio Post-Production – Doc Practices & Emerging Media
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
Media Studies faculty member Shannon Mattern has published a new short essay on the Kavanaugh-Blasey Ford hearing and its telegenic furnishings: desks, chairs, and hideous sconces. You’ll find “Testimonial Tables” in Avery Shorts, an email-based short-form publication from the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and
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
Are you looking to join a team of passionate and creative people working to make the world a healthier place for all people? Healthy Materials Lab (HML) is looking for a Student Research Assistant with videography and editing skills to join their team. This Student
Rita Breidenbach, Assistant Provost for Faculty Development 2018 FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS New workshops have been added on November 5th and November 7th. We encourage you to scroll through the complete list of workshops below. All programs are open to full-time and part-time faculty, graduate students, and staff.
Spring 2019 Entrepreneurship Courses: Consider one of three entrepreneurial courses offered through Impact Entrepreneurship this spring: 1. Venture Lab Course – application required; due October 4 2. Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship – required course for Graduate Minor in Impact Entrepreneurship 3. Social Impact, Entrepreneurship and Design – elective course for Graduate Minor in
WHO: English Language Studies at The New School WHAT: Meeting Challenges, Exploring Solutions in the Adult ESOL Classroom is an annual one-day conference that provides English Language Teaching professionals with a space to learn from one another, share ideas, and network. WHEN: October 13, 2018 from 9am-4-pm WHERE: University Center, 63
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
Help seed a national conversation around issues of race, education and equity. Real talk that leads to real action that leads to real change. Lang’s Civic Engagement and Social Justice Program has been offered a select amount of seats to the exclusive NYC screening of America
The Tishman Environment and Design Center is looking to fill 3 student positions! See detail below. Research Assistant Opportunities with the Tishman Center: Zero Waste Research Assistant GIS skills preferred Climate Mitigation and Justice Research Assistant Looking for a student with R or SPSS experience Student Assistant to
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
Gamar Markarian, who recently completed her Documentary Studies Certificate, will showcase her film Work at BAMcinématek. BAMcinématek will take place Wednesday, September 26, 2018 at 7pm. LOCATION: Peter Jay Sharp Building BAM Rose Cinemas RUN TIME: 85min FORMAT: DCP GENERAL ADMISSION: $15 MEMBERS: $7.50 (free for Level 4
Immediacy is a student-centered, online journal of the School of Media Studies at the New School in New York. Emphasizing the School’s philosophy for the integration of media theory, history, and myriad forms of media practice, the purpose of the journal is to provide a space
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,