Category | News RSS feed for this section

Job Opportunity – Business Analyst Wanted at Citywide Payments & Receivables Services

The Citywide Payments & Receivables Services – Operations(CPRS) division is charged with facilitating customer enhanced services, best practices, and administrative savings across the City for all payment-related activity. The division seeks a dynamic individual who will be serving as a Business Analyst, focusing on compliance, security, and new products. The selected candidate will be responsible […]

Read more Comments are closed

Sociology student wins fellowship to study vigilantism

Congratulations to Gema Santamaria, a PhD Candidate in Sociology, who was awarded a pre-doctoral fellowship by the Center for US Mexican Studies at University of California San Diego. Her work focuses on vigilantism and local communities in the Mexican state of Puebla. “I strongly believe that institutions such as the Center for U.S.-Mexican Studies can play […]

Read more Comments are closed

Job Opportunity: Grad Admission Tour Guide

Position Availability: Position Title: Student Assistant II/Graduate Admissions Tour Guide Requisition Number: 0406071727 Location New York City Position Type: Student Department: CA/Enrollment Management Responsibilities: The Graduate Admissions office is seeking a pleasant energetic people person who will conduct student guided tours of the university to prospective and admitted students interested in the Graduate programs within […]

Read more Comments are closed

Emannuel Guerisoli on Graduate Education and Health Insurance

NSSR student Emmanuel Guerisoli investigates graduate program coverage of health insurance with an essay now published at Public Seminar, an extension of The New School’s legendary “General Seminar,” founded by the original University in Exile scholars. Last year, the New School for Social Research and the university administration announced a new fellowship initiative for NSSR students, included full […]

Read more Comments are closed

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 […]

Read more Comments are closed

Pics from Prof Nell’s retirement celebration

On the occasion of Edward J. Nell, the Malcolm B. Smith Professor of Economics at The New School for Social Research, retiring after 39 years of teaching at The New School, the Department of Economics hosted a conference celebrating his many contributions to the study of economics on Saturday, May 3, 2014.  Some pictures commemorating the event are below.          

Read more Comments are closed

Anthropology student wins Newcombe Fellowship

Vasiliki Touhouliotis of the New School for Social Research’s Anthropology Department has been awarded a Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship for 2014. Only 4% of this year’s applicants were accepted, which means that Vasiliki’s work was of exceptional quality. She describes her work as follows: Based on a year of ethnographic fieldwork in South Lebanon, Weapons Between […]

Read more Comments are closed

KidSpirit Online Seeks Editorial Intern

A great opportunity to get experience with an award-winning publication for youth: KidSpirit Online seeks a editorial intern. KidSpirit is created by and for 11- to 16-year-olds eager to explore life’s big questions in an open and inclusive forum. A non-profit online community and quarterly magazine, KidSpirit fosters dialogue among youth around the globe from many […]

Read more Comments are closed

Buying Time: The Delayed Crisis of Democratic Capitalism

Dear NSSR Community, Please join NSSR Heuss Professor Wolfgang Streeck for a presentation of his latest book “Buying Time: The Delayed Crisis of Democratic Capitalism.” Joel Rogers and Claus Offe will join Wolfgang Streeck for a broader discussion. This special event will take place at the New York Goethe-Institut on May 14, 6pm. http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/ney/ver/en12706677v.htm. It has […]

Read more Comments are closed

NSSR a Finalist for the New Challenge

The New Challenge 2014 Finalists have been announced! Congratulations to Sociology student, Maria Carbrera for her “Material Socialism” project. This year over  100 students across the University with a wide range of themes and topics applied. Each team will be awarded between $2,500 and $10,000. On April 21st, the award amounts for each team will […]

Read more Comments are closed