Job Opportunities at Center for Public Scholarship

Job Title: event assistant, Center for Public Scholarship Pay Rate: $15/hour Payment: Students with Federal Work Study grants only Positions: 1 in the Fall semester and 2 in the Spring semester Hours per week 10-15 Select Days: FLEXIBLE CENTER DESCRIPTION The Center for Public Scholarship is dedicated to engendering and enhancing freedom of inquiry not […]

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Columbia University Fellowship Competition

The Columbia Society of Fellows in the Humanities, with grants from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the William R. Kenan Trust, will appoint a number of postdoctoral fellows in the humanities for the academic year 2015-2016. We invite applications from qualified candidates who have received their PhD between 1 January 2013 and 1 July […]

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Immigration Equality Seeking Special Events & Development Intern

Background Founded in 1994, Immigration Equality is leading the effort to end discrimination in U.S. immigration law, to reduce its negative impact on the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and HIV-positive people, and to obtain asylum for those persecuted in their home countries based on their sexual orientation, transgender identity or HIV-status.  With a […]

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Milano Hiring Student Assistant

Milano is currently looking for a Student Assistant position in the PhD in Public and Urban Policy program. The candidate must currently be enrolled at The New School, preferably a Doctoral Student from NSSR with 2 year of studies remaining at least. They also need to be able to commit to 2 years and have the […]

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Call for Papers: “Contradictions: Envisioning European Futures”

The 22nd International Conference of Europeanists Paris, France • July 8-10, 2015 Organized by the Council for European Studies In many historical moments, Europe’s futures have seemed not simply open and uncertain, but replete with contradiction. Similarly, in contemporary Europe, the responses of both ordinary Europeans and the continent’s collective institutions to the challenges posed […]

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Fullbright-Hays Dissertation Fellowship

Please view the attached overview and registration/submission steps for the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad (DDRA) Fellowship Program here: Application Overview  There is an internal deadline of Thursday, June 19 for student applicants and their referees to submit their completed DDRA applications in the Dept of Education G5 portal. The DDRA Fellowship Program, funded out of the […]

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Foreign language studies webinar

IFLE announces their Title VI National Resource Centers and Foreign Language and Area Studies (NRC/FLAS) webinar for Fiscal Year 2014 Prospective Applicants On Wednesday, June 4, 2014, the Advanced Training and Research Team, International and Foreign Language Education (IFLE) will host a webinar for prospective applicants to the 2014  competitions for the National Resource Centers (NRC) […]

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Summer yoga, outdoor events, acupuncture and more

  Fitness Classes & Personal Training JUNE 2 – AUGUST 7 80 Fifth Avenue, Room 808 FREE for current students and 2014 graduates $5/class or $45/summer for faculty and staff (purchase class access at tinyurl.com/tns-rec-register) MONDAYS 5:30pm Pilates with Adriene 7:00pm Kripalu Yoga with Julia   TUESDAYS 5:30pm Bootcamp with Shannon WEDNESDAYS 7:00pm Boxing with Isa THURSDAYS 5:30pm Yoga with Will 7:00pm Pilates with Nicole   Classes are first come, first serve.  Drop-in (we […]

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Two positions open at Center for Public Scholarship $15/hr Summer, Fall, Spring

The Center for Public Scholarship is looking for students with federal work study grants who are eligible and available to work this summer and/or throughout the next academic year. Positions pay $15/hour for 10 to 20 hours a week. Hours are flexible and there can be time off during mid-terms and finals, but students must […]

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Pics from Prof Nell’s retirement celebration

On the occasion of Edward J. Nell, the Malcolm B. Smith Professor of Economics at The New School for Social Research, retiring after 39 years of teaching at The New School, the Department of Economics hosted a conference celebrating his many contributions to the study of economics on Saturday, May 3, 2014.  Some pictures commemorating the event are below.          

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