Multiple NSSR Students Win Fellowships and Grants

Recently, a number of NSSR students have received widely recognized awards to support their research. Three students in Anthropology won awards to help them with ...

Job Opportunity: Center for Public Scholarship Manager

The New School’s Center for Public Scholarship promotes free inquiry and public discussion through public conferences, lectures and panel discussions. The Center’s events are dedicated to enhancing public understanding of pressing social issues as a way of influencing public policy and fostering change. If you are interested in applying for this position please visit the […]

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New School Founder Alvin Johnson Celebrated In New Documentary

Nebraska’s public television channel recently profiled Alvin Johnson, a founder and the first president of The New School, in celebration of his induction into the Nebraska Hall of Fame. The segment, entitled “Nebraska’s Schindler”, explores the life and achievements of Alvin Johnson who grew up on a small farm in Nebraska in the late 19th century. Alvin Johnson […]

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Proposals for New Challenge, The New School’s social innovation ideas competition, are due by February 6, 2015. Winning projects receive up to $10,000 to advance their ideas. New Challenge is a university-wide ideas competition to support students who are working on social and environmental challenges in innovative ways.  New Challenge provides students with access to […]

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Faculty Member Jeremy Varon Published in The American Historian

Faculty member Jeremy Varon’s essay, entitled It Was Forty, Fifty, Sixty Years Ago Today: The 1960s in American Myth and Memory, was recenly published in The American Historian.

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Do #BlackLivesMatter for Retirement Policy?

This week’s Worldly Philosopher, Kyle Moore, exposes the disproportionate consequence raising the retirement age has on Black Americans.  

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A Candid Conversation on Police Brutality with Professor Darrick Hamilton

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Job Opportunity – City Museum Seeks Coordinator for Museum Education Program

The Museum of the City of New York is seeking applications for a Part-time Coordinator of the Andrew W. Mellon Pre-Doctoral History Education Fellowship. The City Museum seeks applications from individuals with a Masters Degree in Education/Educational Leadership or Museum Education/Museum Leadership to plan, implement, and evaluate a Museum Education training program for three predoctoral […]

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Call for Applications: Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program

The Congressional Hunger Center (CHC) is excited to offer a unique opportunity to be actively involved in the movement to end hunger and poverty. CHC is a bi-partisan organization committed to making access to nutritious, affordable and culturally appropriate food a national priority. Every year, we look for promising young leaders who care about addressing […]

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Chateaubriand Fellowship Call for Applications

The Cultural Services at the Embassy of France is pleased to inform you that the Chateaubriand Fellowship Call for applications for the academic year 2015/2016 is now open. Complete applications must be submitted by January 20, 2015. The Chateaubriand Fellowship is a grant offered by the Embassy of France in the United States. It supports […]

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Job Opportunity – Student Project Assistant

Milano is looking for current or incoming students to work for the academic programs. We are specifically seeking one Urban Policy student, who can represent that program at events and with prospective students, as well as students who can work across management and policy programs. The student project assistants will work up to 20 hours […]

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