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The Social Cost of Carbon

​This week’s Worldly Philosopher blog is a video clip with​ Anthony Bonen. ​ In the clip Anthony discusses how economic modeling can help policy makers seeking to mitigate climate change by translating carbon emissions into social and economic costs.  

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Psychological Testing Volunteers Needed – $50 Compensation

EARN $50 – Psychological Testing Volunteers Needed: Fall 2014-Spring 2015! 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 […]

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Summer yoga, outdoor events, acupuncture and more

  Fitness Classes & Personal Training JUNE 2 – AUGUST 7 80 Fifth Avenue, Room 808 FREE for current students and 2014 graduates $5/class or $45/summer for faculty and staff (purchase class access at tinyurl.com/tns-rec-register) MONDAYS 5:30pm Pilates with Adriene 7:00pm Kripalu Yoga with Julia   TUESDAYS 5:30pm Bootcamp with Shannon WEDNESDAYS 7:00pm Boxing with Isa THURSDAYS 5:30pm Yoga with Will 7:00pm Pilates with Nicole   Classes are first come, first serve.  Drop-in (we […]

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Politics student publishes book on game design and deliberation

Josh Lerner, a 2012 Ph.D. from politics is publishing his revised dissertation as a book with MIT Press. Making Democracy Fun: How Game Design Can Empower Citizens and Transform Politics draws from the game design and deliberative democracy in order to make the democratic process more participatory, transparent, and fun. Read more here. Josh is director of the […]

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Politics and Sociology alums with Memory Studies Group publish new collection

Sociology alum, Lindsey Freeman, and Politics alum, Benjamin Nienass, along with colleagues from the New School Memory Studies group and others,  has released a new collected volume: Silence, Screen, and Spectacle: Rethinking Social Memory in the Age of Information with  Berghahn Books. The work engages social memory through the conceptual tools of Debord, Benjamin, and more. Many of the chapter engage specific […]

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Student Leadership Awards

The 12th Annual Student Leadership Awards will be held on Thursday, May 1 from 6:30 – 8:30PM in the Theresa Lang Community and Student Center. This is your opportunity to recognize an outstanding student, program or group for various awards.  The awards are hosted by Student Development and Activities. To nominate a student leader, organization/group or advisor, please click the appropriate link from the […]

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Thursday Projects with Anthropology and Sociology departments

The “Thursday Projections” cinema sessions are about to start! Come to the Anthropology and Sociology Common Space, located on the 9th floor of the Vera List Center (6 East 16th Street),  on Thursday, March 13th at 8pm to watch The Square (2013), a documentary by Jehane Noujaim:   The Egyptian Revolution has been an ongoing rollercoaster over the past two […]

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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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New Challenge application deadline extension

NEW CHALLENGE APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENSION: Dear Students, The application deadline for the New Challenge ideas competition has been extended to 11:59pm on February 12. We have learned that there may have been some technical difficulties with the online application which has led to the decision to extend the deadline. You can apply here. New Challenge […]

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Need a space in the new building?

Students can reserve rooms at the new University Center using this link: http://calendars.library.newschool.edu/booking/conference  

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