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Dissertation Proposal Development Program

The Social Science Research Council has announced that the 2015 Student Fellowship Competition is now open! Program Overview The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship Program is an interdisciplinary training program that helps early-stage doctoral students in the humanities and social sciences formulate doctoral dissertation research proposals. The program seeks students with an interest in learning how […]

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What is the meaning of the University in Exile?

The NSSR Dean’s Office is pleased to invite you to a round table discussion on Wednesday, February 26th from 2:00 to 3:30 in the Wolff Conference Room (6 East 16th Street, 1103). Come join your colleagues for a round of fascinating presentations and lively discussion, followed by refreshments and conversation. See the flyer below for a […]

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Babysitting gig available

Hi All, My baby sitting gig is looking for someone to pick up her daughter from school- Friends Seminary (right by Beth Israel) and bring her home (in Brooklyn.) She ends classes at 3:00pm. This should take less than an hour. The pay will be 20 dollars per pickup. We are looking for someone that is responsible and […]

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Temporary HR Manager job

Job opportunity: I am a graduate of the New School. I received my Masters in Human Resources quite a few years ago. I am currently looking for someone that can fill in for my HR Manager while she is on leave. I would need someone ideally from June 1 through September if possible. This is […]

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UJA-Federation of NY Graduate Fellowship

The application process is now open for the UJA-Federation of New York Graduate Fellowship (previously the “Wiener Center Educational Scholarships”). This fellowship is offered to outstanding students preparing for careers in the Jewish communal sector. As fellows, students will receive a scholarship toward their academic program. They consider applicants who are pursuing the following degrees: […]

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CFP: Student Conference on Philosophy and Science

Romulus and Remus or Castor and Pollux? A Conference on Philosophy and the Sciences The Thirteenth Annual Graduate Student Philosophy Conference April 11th and 12th 2014 With Keynote Speakers: Peter Godfrey-Smith (CUNY Graduate Center) and Gary Gutting (University of Notre Dame) Call for Papers: Much like twins, philosophy and science began their existence as indistinguishable […]

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Dean’s Office awards funds to 7 Student Conferences in Spring 2014

The NSSR Dean’s Office has awarded funds to 7 student conferences being organized by anthropology, economics, philosophy, politics, and sociology.  Keep your eye out for more information on these exciting conferences coming up this spring! (All dates are tentative. Conferences appear in chronological order) February 22 – “The State of Worldly Philosophy at The New School […]

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NSSR students are subscribed to GRADFACts

Great news! All NSSR students are now subscribed to our community blog, GRADFACts. If you’ve already been a member, you know the score. But if you’re new, welcome! Here’s how it works: Reduce your inbox clutter: rather than sending out single emails for each event, we send you one email twice a week with a summary […]

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GFSS minutes 10-10-13

Attached are the NSSR Graduate Faculty Student Senate Meeting minutes. Our senate discussed budgeting, TA/TF limits, and Career Services (among other things). The GFSS meeting of October 10

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Medieval mysticism and continental philosophy

Amy Hollywood from the Harvard Divinity  School is scheduled to give a talk for the Philosophy Department workshop series on Tuesday September 24, 2013 at 6:00 p.m. in 6 East 16th St., room room 1107. Prof. Hollywood will talk about her intellectual itinerary with respect to medieval mysticism and Continental philosophy.

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