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ULC Graduate Style & Clarity Workshop

On Tuesday October 17th from 5pm-6:30pm, the University Learning Center is offering the workshop Graduate Style & Clarity.  Students will work to identify common problems found in graduate student writing and discuss ways to strengthen their prose and improve their style.  Students are highly encouraged to bring their own academic writing.

WORKSHOP: Discover Funding Opportunities Using COS PIVOT

Workshop: Discover Funding Opportunities Using COS PIVOT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5TH @ 2:00 PM Wolff Conference Room (1103) – 6 East 16th Street — > Please register here: http://bit.ly/2xySsxp * Bring your laptop to this workshop as we will be using them to access pivot This workshop will help you to learn how to: create a COS PIVOT funding database account search and set alerts for

WORKSHOP: Structuring an Essay – Sep. 27

On Wednesday September 27th from 12:30pm-2pm, the University Learning Center will be offering the workshop Structuring an Essay, which will be open to all interested students.  We will review the elements of a strong argument and discuss ways to support it throughout an essay.   This workshop will be held at 66 West 12th Street, Room

The Comparing Domains of Improvisation Discussion Group

The Comparing Domains of Improvisation Discussion Group is a group organized by Marc Hannaford (PhD student, Department of Music) and Andrew Goldman (Presidential Scholar in Society and Neuroscience, Columbia University), sponsored by the Columbia University Department of Music and the Presidential Scholars in Society and

ULC offering free classes on time management

On Wednesday September 6th from 1pm-2:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop for students on Time Management, providing tools and strategies for planning and budgeting your time, avoiding procrastination, and feeling more in control of your work.   This workshop will be held at 66 West 12th Street in

Announcing the Impact Entrepreneurship Venture Lab!

A keystone program of the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI), the Venture Lab is designed to support graduate students and upper undergraduates (juniors and seniors) at The New School in developing financially sustainable ventures that address critical societal challenges and demonstrate the potential for scalable impact.

Announcing the Impact Entrepreneurship Venture Lab!

We are delighted to announce The New School’s inaugural Venture Lab which is being launched as part of a broader university-wide Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI).  The Venture Lab will support high potential student entrepreneurs who seek to develop and launch financially-sustainable ventures with the potential

Global Youth Media Course | Register Now!

Global Youth Media NINT: 5302 Wednesday: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.   Fall Semester 2017 Peter Lucas lucasp@newschool.edu  Course Description: In this seminar, students will study the international youth media movement and its relationship to human rights, peace education, the ethics of care, and transformative critical pedagogy. We

3-day intensive at Union Docs

Join filmmaker Lynne Sachs and our friends @UnionDocs Sept 8-10 for A Letter to the World: Experiments in Essay Filmmaking, a 3-day intensive on the theory and practice of essay films. Open to filmmakers, students, artists, scholars and more, this intensive enables artists to articulate their ideas

Early Bird Registration for Broncolor Lighting Master Class – Special Student Rate!

Broncolor lighting workshop is a special program designed to provide professional photographers, assistants, and students how to effectively use Broncolor products from world famous Broncolor staff photographer, Nadia Winzenried. Nadia’s lighting training will demonstrate professional studio lighting techniques for high-end commercial and fashion photography. The course

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Undoing Racism Workshop

Dear New School Community, Are You Challenged by How to Deal with Race Issues in Your Practice, Institution or in the Classroom? Are You Concerned about the Impact of Racism in your city and state? On behalf of Students for Social Justice, we are excited