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Faculty GrantWinner Seminars at The New School Complementing Science With Folklore: Researching Earthquakes in Japan Interview – Anna Strelis (PhD, Philosophy, NSSR) on Applying to Fulbright
 
Faculty GrantWinner Seminars at The New School

Faculty GrantWinner Seminars at The New School

On Tuesday, May 6, and Wednesday May 7, The New School will host four GrantWinner Seminar workshops led by Robert Porter.

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Complementing Science With Folklore: Researching Earthquakes in Japan

Complementing Science With Folklore: Researching Earthquakes in Japan

Emily Sekine, a PhD Candidate in NSSR’s Anthropology department, has recently been awarded an NSF SBE Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant, the latest in a handful of awards for her research into earthquakes, nature, and science in Japan.

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Interview – Anna Strelis (PhD, Philosophy, NSSR) on Applying to Fulbright

Interview – Anna Strelis (PhD, Philosophy, NSSR) on Applying to Fulbright

Anna Strelis, a PhD candidate in the Philosophy Department at NSSR, and a recent recipient of a Fulbright U.S. Student Program scholarship to Denmark in Philosophy, shares her advice on applying to the program and for research proposal writing in general. Anna is one of several PhD students at NSSR to have recently received external […]

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New Funding Program – NSF: Research on Privacy in Today’s Networked World

New Funding Program – NSF: Research on Privacy in Today’s Networked World

28 January 2014

Privacy is a major issue of the information age. Organizations are increasingly acquiring and storing vast quantities of information about individuals. In addition, advances in big data analytics enable organizations to combine previously distinct information sources and to examine these data to uncover hidden patterns, correlations, and other revealing information. Research on privacy is needed […]

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Emergent Infrastructures Research Cluster Blog

Emergent Infrastructures Research Cluster Blog

17 December 2013

Over the last semester, the Emergent Infrastructures Cluster, whose research focuses on the topic of emergent infrastructures in rapidly changing urban environments, have been documenting their collaborative research on a dedicated blog. The team, comprised of New School scholars and practitioners from media studies, architecture, design and technology, and history of science, aims to reconfigure […]

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Report – NSF: Capturing Change in Science, Technology, and Innovation

Report – NSF: Capturing Change in Science, Technology, and Innovation

16 December 2013

Source: National Academies Press Since the 1950s, under congressional mandate, the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) – through its National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics (NCSES) and predecessor agencies – has produced regularly updated measures of research and development expenditures, employment and training in science and engineering, and other indicators of the state of […]

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Funding Agency News – NSF: Broadening Participation Portfolio of Funding Opportunities

Funding Agency News – NSF: Broadening Participation Portfolio of Funding Opportunities

16 December 2013

Source: NSF NSF’s Broadening Participation Portfolio NSF has taken a variety of approaches to broaden participation across its many programs. While broadening participation is included in the NSF review criteria, some program announcements and solicitations go beyond the standard criteria. They range from encouraging language to specific requirements. Investments range from capacity building, research centers, […]

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Report – NSF: Higher Education Research & Development Expenditures Remain Flat in 2012

Report – NSF: Higher Education Research & Development Expenditures Remain Flat in 2012

16 December 2013

Source: NSF University spending on research and development in all fields totaled $65.8 billion in FY 2012, according to data from the National Science Foundation (NSF) Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) Survey. When adjusted for inflation, higher education R&D declined by 1.1% in FY 2012 (figure 1). This represents the first constant-dollar decline since […]

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Migrant Membership and Memory Politics Research Cluster Spring 2014 Workshop

Migrant Membership and Memory Politics Research Cluster Spring 2014 Workshop

10 December 2013

MEMORY CITIZENSHIP & COUNTER-MEMORIES: THE MEMORY OF MIGRATION AND THE MIGRATION OF MEMORY A Scholarly Workshop at The New School New York | May 1-3, 2014

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