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 ...

The New School Social Justice Committee — Call for Nominations

The New School Social Justice Committee (SJC) initiates and promotes the efforts of students, alumni, faculty, staff, trustees, and community partners to address oppression, privilege, &  dynamics of power. The SJC is seeking applications from individuals interested in being committee members starting in the 2016–2017 year. Applications are due September 12, 2016. Please email sjc@newschool.edu for […]

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Heather Boushey (NSSR ’98) Appointed Clinton Campaign’s Chief Economist

This week, Heather Boushey (NSSR Economics, PhD ’98), the executive director of the Washington Center for Equitable Growth and alumna of The New School for Social Research, was appointed the Clinton campaign’s chief economist. Judging by her experience, Boushey is more than prepared to tackle this important job. In addition to her role at the […]

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New York State Announces Internship Opportunities – Deadline 9/09/2016

Students Encouraged to Apply to Meet September 9, 2016 Fall Deadline The New York State Department of Civil Service today announced that more than 400 internship opportunities are available throughout New York State government across a wide array of State agencies – both upstate and downstate – and reminded students to apply for 2016 Fall […]

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RLS–NYC IS HIRING A PROJECT MANAGER UNITED NATIONS

The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, Inc. is the U.S. affiliate of the Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, an internationally operating, progressive non-profit institution for civic education funded by the German federal government. The Foundation’s New York Office opened in fall 2012. It serves two major tasks: to work on issues concerning the United Nations, including collaboration with people […]

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Abe Fellowship Program: Application Deadline September 1st

Application Deadline: Sept. 1, 5PM The Abe Fellowship Program and the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership (CGP) announce the annual Abe Fellowship competition. Overview The Abe Fellowship is designed to encourage international, multidisciplinary research on topics of pressing global concern. The Abe Fellowship Programseeks to foster the development of a new generation of researchers […]

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Earn $50: Psychological Testing Volunteers Needed for Fall 2016

Doctoral students in the New School Clinical Psychology program need supervised experience giving a range of psychological tests. See the flier below for more information about volunteering.

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The Robert L. Heilbroner Center for Capitalism Studies at NSSR is seeking a Research Assistant

The Heilbroner Center brings together faculty and students for interdisciplinary conversations around theoretical approaches to—and analytic methods for—the study of capitalism in its myriad forms.  Through interdisciplinary research and teaching, the Center aims to develop and to promote theoretical and analytic tools that can help us to envision and to instantiate different and better economies—local […]

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Summer Internship at the Federal Reserve Bank

Apply for a competitive Summer internship with the Federal Reserve Bank! Past sessions of this ten week  internship allowed interns to examine domestic and international economies, analyze the implications of global events on US market stability,  and much more!  Interns also had the opportunity to attend exclusive networking receptions with New York Fed President, Bill […]

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“Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” Podcast Looking for New Research

Tell Me Something I Don’t Know is a new live event and podcast hosted by Stephen Dubner. It’s equal parts game show, talk show, and brain-tease. We’re looking for contestants to present an “IDK” — an unheralded technological breakthrough, a new line of important research, a cultural quirk, a historical wrinkle, or perhaps just a great, unasked question […]

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Call For Papers!

The Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship and Constitutionalism invites paper proposals for its Tenth Annual Graduate Workshop Series at the University of Pennsylvania. We welcome submissions by doctoral students from any university and discipline whose paper relates to one or more of the program’s overarching themes of democracy, citizenship, and constitutionalism.   Two graduate students will be selected to  present […]

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