The most recent issue of Diversity & Democracy highlights the achievements and challenges for academia to open up spaces for inclusion of the LGBTQ community. Editor Katherine Campbell writes that the authors appearing in this issue address the following questions: What pedagogies can improve perspective taking among students while contributing to more LGBTQ-friendly climates? What […]
Upcoming Career Services workshop Tuesday, March 6, from 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm. 6 East 16th Street, 10th floor, room 1005 For more information, visit the NSSR Career Hub.
John Clinton, Associate Professor and Director of Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (EPSM), Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy willmoderate a panel, Milano School and the Solar Decathlon: Beyond the Competition., Professor Clinton will be accompanied by Blaise Rastello, director, and Kevin McQueen, assistant director of the Community Development Finance Lab; Nonprofit […]
A Library of Social Science Call-For-Papers Still plenty of time (five weeks) to submit your proposal, to present a paper at this exciting conference on the psychology of the self. 35th Annual Int’l. Conference on the Psychology of the Self: Is Self an Illusion?, Presented by the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self Psychology (IAPSP) Thursday, […]
Upcoming Career Services workshop Thursday, March 1, from 4:15 pm to 5:30 pm. 6 East 16th Street, 10th floor, room 1005 For more information, visit the NSSR Career Hub.
The New School’s Civic Engagement Committee Presents: The Works-in-Progress Series John Clinton, Associate Professor and Director of Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (EPSM), Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy willmoderate a panel, Milano School and the Solar Decathlon: Beyond the Competition, Professor Clinton will be accompanied by Blaise Rastello, director, and Kevin […]
Sponsored by the Office of Social Jusice Initiatives and Leadership Insititute a teach-in on the History of Student Loans: The Student Debt Crisis Spring 2012 Workshop Series Wednesday, March 7th, 2012 7:00’9:00 p.m. Orientation Room M101, Lobby Parsons, 2 West 13th Street History of Student Loans: The mortgage debt crisis has barely been resolved but […]
UPDATE: The location for this event has changed to 6 E 16th st, Room 1001 Asian Student Society, a student organization at The New School, warmly invites you to its event “Neoliberalism and Economic Integration In East Asia” by Professor Jinn-Yuh Hsu (National Taiwan University) Date: February 25th (Saturday) Time: 5:00pm Place: 80 Fifth Ave, […]
Part Two of the The University Writing Center’s two-part workshop, “A Creative Approach to Critical Voice,” will be held this Thursday, February 23rd, at 5pm. In this session, entitled, ” Debatable Points in Academic Writing,” attendees will develop skills to evaluate and identify credible, yet questionable, sources. Please feel free to share this information with […]
Center for Public Scholarship presents Social Research: An International Quarterly launch: The Image
Tuesday, February 28, 6PM Social Research launches its winter issue, The Image, with a colloquium organized in collaboration with Parsons School of Art and Design History and Theory. Come hear experts discuss the role of images in our culture today. Michael Leja, University of Pennsylvania Nicholas Mirzoeff, New York University Mitchell Stephens, New York University […]
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