From the New School General Assembly: Congratulations! You’ve graduated. Now what? Join us at one of the two weeklong courses, STARTING YOUR OWN BUSINESS and EXPERIENCE DESIGN that will kick off January 21st and conclude on January 25th from 9:30am to 5:00pm. We’re partnering with General Assembly to offer soon-to-be and recent grads a chance […]
Are you interested in applying for the New Challenge but missed the deadline for the Letter of Interest? If so, today is your lucky day! The Letter of Interest deadline has been extended until December 18th! Once you submit your Letter of Interest, you can submit the complete application for the New Challenge, which is due by February 7th! For […]
The New School is gaining attention in the blogosphere for its ongoing divestment campaign and other sustainability efforts. Fossil Free, a campaign launched by environmentalist Bill McKibben’s 350.org group, reported about TNS’s recent sustainability festival and its divestment campaign. The article links the effort taking place at our university to the world-wide campaigns to divest from […]
Expecting to complete your studies this Fall? If so, make sure to submit your graduation petition to the Registrar’s Office. There is no fee to petition if you file by November 1st. To submit a petition online, login to my.newschool.edu and click on the Student tab. Within the Graduation box, click on “Fall 2013 Graduation Petitioners” and follow […]
October 15 is the deadline to nominate a faculty member for the Distinguished Teaching Award or the new Award for Outstanding Achievements in Diversity and Social Justice Teaching. These awards are a great way to publicly honor outstanding members of our faculty – and it takes just a few minutes to make a nomination.
Take a look at these upcoming events relating to sustainability: Sustainability Field Trip #1 - free to all students Friday, September 27 from 1-3:30PM (travel by chartered bus) Tri-State Biodiesel plant tour - This South Bronx small business was the first to offer biodiesel pumps at NYC gas stations. See the process for turning used cooking oil into biodiesel […]
Time & Date: September 30, 2013, 7 p.m. Psychosis is a break with reality. But some artists break with reality and make things more real. How do they do it? How do they fully inhabit a character’s mind without losing their own? Join us for Arts in Mind, a conversation series on the arts, psychology, […]
Whether you are a seasoned road warrior or a newbie cyclist, New School: Bike Fair has something for everyone. This is the first bike fair of its kind on campus meant for our entire community: students, faculty and staff. Come out for the great resources, the free stuff, safe riding workshops led by Citi Bike, […]
UNICEF is organizing several events around the High Level Meeting on Disability and Development. On Monday September 23, there is a High Level Breakfast Meeting, and on Tuesday, they hold the 2nd Forum of the Global Partnership on Children with Disabilities as well as the evening reception on the theme “Towards an inclusive society for all”. […]
Register now to play intramural volleyball or soccer at the 14th street YMCA. It’s free for students. But hurry! Registration has already begun.
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