Apply to New Challenge to take your ideas to the next level. New Challenge is a funding, mentorship, and learning opportunity for students from across the university with ideas who want to make a difference in the world. Winners will receive awards up to $10,000 to pursue their ideas! All applicants can also join the fall Social Innovation […]
5:00 PM Friday, September 6th Room 510 @ 66 W 12th St. Join us for an introduction to our student organization, Asian Student Society (ASS) and a chance to mingle with current and interested members. Food and drinks will be provided!The mission of the Asian Student Society at the New School is to create a […]
Doctoral students in the New School Clinical Psychology program need supervised experience giving a range of psychological tests. Find out how psychologists work and learn something about yourself! Volunteers meet with one Clinical Ph.D. student several times throughout the year. Volunteers must be available for Fall semester 2013. Total testing time about 6 hours, plus an hour […]
A word from the SafeZone: Hi Safe Zone Team and friends, This fall semester is full of events celebrating our sexual and gender identities. What’s the Tea?, our weekly social for students who identify as LGBTQIAGNC, is back in the Fall. Plus we have a Queer Mixer planned on 9/6 – open to faculty, staff and […]
A message from Glen Kilvert, who leads the Academic Sustainability Initiatives Welcome to Sustainability at The New School! It is my pleasure to introduce you the university’s Academic Sustainability Initiatives and my role, which is to bring students information and resources about institutional efforts to make the university more sustainable and ways each of you can contribute […]
All full-time and part-time faculty are invited to attend these workshops sponsored by the Provost’s Office. Please RSVP Carolyn Comiskey, firstname.lastname@example.org to attend, or if you have any questions. Teaching Information Literacy Facilitators: Kira Appel, Director, Reference and Instruction Paul Abruzzo, Instructional Services Librarian Friday, August 23rd, 3-4pm, Room 801, 66 W. 12th Street Tuesday, September […]
Did you ever want to be paid to wear a Narwhal costume? Join the athletic and recreation staff! The Department of Athletics and Recreation is looking for a few responsible, passionate and talented students to join their team. Below are positions they are looking to fill. For a complete list of responsibilities and qualifications visit […]
Student Health Services has launched a new site : www.newschool.edu/queerevents. This link will be used to support and announce courses, workshops, events and activities about or which impact LGBTQIAGNC (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and gender nonconforming) folks and communities. You can also view information about Safe Zone trainings and Social Justice retreats.
May 20-24, recycle your ewaste in bins located in the lobby of: 55 W 13th Street 6 E 16th Street May 13-24, recycle your ewaste in bins located in: All Residence Halls (ask your RHD for bin locations) Please delete all sensitive data before disposing of any items. All items are sent to be recycled by […]
The following buildings will be open 24 hours beginning from March 5-20th. They will still open at normal times (check here). 25 East 13th St. 66 Fifth Ave/2 West 13th St. 6 East 16th St. 55 West 13th St. 90 Fifth Ave. You can check the hours fro Academic Technology Labs and Services here.
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