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Alexandra Délano Alonso publishes new article in Nexos

Global Studies Chair and Associate Professor Alexandra Délano Alonso recently published a new article in Nexos on Mexico as a sanctuary country. The article can be read here.  

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Contested City book launch with Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani

 Listen to Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani interviewed about Contested City on WNYC’s All of It with Alison Stewart

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Shannon Mattern wins Anne Friedberg Innovative Scholarship Award!

Congratulations to NSSR Faculty Shannon Mattern for winning the Anne Friedberg Innovative Scholarship Award from Society for Cinema & Media Studies for CODE AND CLAY, DATA AND DIRT

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ES Faculty McPhearson: Publication on Social Media as ‘Big Data’ for Sustainability

      Full article: Nature Sustainability Watch the video below giving the highlights of the co-authored paper then read the blog post detailing the work.

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National Academy of Science Highlights Urban Systems Lab’s Work

The Urban Systems Lab – directed by Dr. Timon McPhearson, Associate Professor of Urban Ecology at The New School’s Environmental Studies program and research faculty at Tishman Environment and Design Center – is an interdisciplinary research, design and practice space at The New School focused on improving life in cities where most of us live. Among […]

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Part-time Faculty Kristin Reynolds & Colleagues Awarded Grant from Institute for Human Geography

Part-time Environmental Studies faculty Kristin Reynolds and colleagues at three universities in the U.S. and Canada were awarded a small grant for their project, Radical Food Geographies: Connecting Knowledges, Cultivating Practices, (re)Imagining Governance, from the Institute for Human Geography. The funding will support a full-day workshop and plenary panels that will engage academics and community-based food activists in strategizing […]

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Professor Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani: Interviewed on Stitcher

How can we create a public planning ecosystem where people can disagree, with respect? Visiting Assistant Professor of Urban Studies, Gabrielle Bendiner-Viani, explores this in her recently-released book: “Contested City: Art and Public History as Mediation at New York’s Seward Park Urban Renewal Center” (SPURA). Hear how she and her students from the New School […]

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Jonathan Bach participates in First China Made Workshop as well as Warwick International Workshop

Associate Professor Jonathan Bach recently took part in the first China Made Workshop – read about it here on the blog of the Association of Asian Studies: http://www.asian-studies.org/asia-now/entryid/185. He is also preparing to present at the ‘Put to the Test’ International Workshop in London. Read about it here: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/cim/events/put-to-the-test/

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Alan McGowan selected as Top Science and Technology Expert of the Year

Part-time faculty and former Environmental Studies Chair Alan McGowan was selected as Top Science and Technology Expert of the Year by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP). “With over 5 decades of professional experience as a noted Educator and Scientist, Mr. McGowan has certainly proven himself as an expert in the field.As a dynamic, results-driven […]

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Global Studies Chair Alexandra Délano to deliver Keynote Speech

On Friday, December 14th, Global Studies Chair and Associate Professor – Alexandra Délano Alonso – will deliver the Keynote Speech “Scholar Activism Between and Across the Mexico-U.S.” at the “Linking Scholarship and Activism in Migration Societies: Critical Inquiries” EMMIR conference being held at the University of Oldenburg.    

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