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Professor Mehdi Salehi Reflects on Drones for Refugees and The Presidential Administration’s Impacts

Mehdi Salehi, a part-time Lecturer at Parsons School of Design, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty, and Tishman Center 2016 Faculty Grant Recipient reflects on his project, Drones for Refugees, and its importance in the new Presidential Administration. Q: Describe your project’s evolution since receiving the Tishman Center grant. What have been some significant milestones? A: The Tishman […]

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Professor Jaskiran Dhillon Joins Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty

Jaskiran Dhillon, Assistant Professor of Global Studies and Anthropology at the Schools for Public Engagement, has joined the cohort of Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty. Her research and practice focuses on decolonization, Indigenous rights, and environmental justice. She shared her thoughts on decolonization and the future of the pipeline protests. Q: What lead to you researching and […]

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Professor Andy Smith Publishes ‘Food and the Environment’

Andy F. Smith, of Part Time Foods Studies Faculty, has officially joined the Tishman Center’s Affiliated Faculty cohort. Professor Smith has taught food studies courses at The New School for the past 20 years, and now he has joined the Tishman Center to address social justice issues surrounding global climate change. Andrew F. Smith is […]

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Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty Discuss New Approaches to Sustainability in University-Wide Curriculum

At an Affiliated Faculty meeting on February 14th, faculty from across the university met with the staff and leadership of the Tishman Center to share plans and ideas to embed sustainability in the curriculum for all New School students. When The New School’s Board of Trustees approved a motion to divest from all fossil fuels […]

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Professor Willi Semmler Returns to The New School After Exciting Semester in Italy

Willi Semmler, Arnhold Professor of International Cooperation and Development at the New School for Social Research and Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty, has returned from Italy where he served as a visiting professor at Italy’s Sapienza University of Rome, in the Fall 2016 semester, in the law and economics department. Visiting Scholar with Italy’s Sapienza University of […]

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Sign the Statement of Support for the Standing Rock Sioux from The New School Faculty

Jaskiran Dhillon, Assistant Professor of Global Studies and Anthropology, invites New School faculty to sign a statement of support for the Standing Rock Sioux, who are currently in resistance to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a project of the Dallas-based Energy Transfer Partners. According to Professor Dhillon, “in many ways, this is a monumental fight that […]

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Mehdi Salehi’s Drones For Refugees Project Featured in Greek Reporter

Mehdi Salehi‘s project, Drones for Refugees, was recently profiled in the Greek Reporter. Drones for Refugees is a real-time drone monitoring system and can cover the area of the Mediterranean where refugees usually cross during the day or night. It streams live footage of the refugee’s boats and their exact geographical location. These drones will […]

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Ivan Ramirez Published in EcoHealth

Assistant Professor Ivan Ramirez recently co-authored an article entitled El Niño, Climate, and Cholera Associations in Piura, Peru, 1991–2001: A Wavelet Analysis. Abstract: In Peru, it was hypothesized that epidemic cholera in 1991 was linked to El Niño, the warm phase of El Niño–Southern Oscillation. While previous studies demonstrated an association in 1997–1998, using cross-sectional data, they […]

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TEDC 2015 Faculty Grant Recipients Present Research for Earth Week

  TEDC 2015 Faculty Grant Recipients from across The New School will be presenting their projects on April 18 at 12 PM as a part of Earth Week at The New School. Timon McPhearson Ph.D Connect the Dots Connect-the-Dots is an urban design and ecology project seeking to innovate connections between fragmented, disconnected urban green spaces (dots). Ecosystem […]

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Jamie Kruse Examines Ancient Japanese Festival and Implications for Western Culture

TEDC Affiliated Faculty Member, Jamie Kruse, an artist, designer, and Part-time Lecturer at Parsons, underwent intensive Japanese language immersion in Kyoto, Japan in the summer 2015, as part some of the new directions in her studio work and teaching language supported Sustainable Systems at Parsons. Her work in Japan was in part supported by the Tishman Environment […]

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