Upcoming Student-Led Teach In, “What’s All This Talk About Palestine?”

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2011 New School Social Justice Organizing Retreat Participants

New School’s First Social Justice Retreat a Resounding Success

by Chris Crews, 2011 Social Justice Organizing Retreat Participant & Social Justice Committee Co-Chair Wow! It’s hard to sum up the four amazing days that were the first-ever New School Social Justice Leadership Retreat. After many months of planning, working, organizing and more planning, the event was a chance for nearly 30 New School students, […]

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Paul Gorski of George Mason University facilitated a faculty workshop this fall.

Faculty Series Explores Social Justice in Teaching and Course Work

The Office of the Provost is sponsoring a yearlong series of workshops organized broadly around university initiatives intended to promote excellence in teaching, practice, and scholarship and make the classroom, studio, and community-based laboratory more democratic and critical spaces. Thus far in the fall, workshops focused on inclusive teaching, offering faculty a chance to improve […]

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SJC Works to Better Support Transgender Students @ TNS

In an effort to build inclusive campus cultures, The New School, along with other colleges and universities in the United States, has begun to institute administrative policies that reflect a better understanding of gender identity. This includes evaluating facilities and accommodations, data collection procedures, and the campus climate. As an initial step, the University Social […]

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