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GLUE Capstone Research Awards - 2018

2018 GLUE Capstone Research Awards

Applications are now open for the 2018 GLUE Capstone Research Awards! Funding is available for students majoring in Global, Urban, and Environmental Studies who are planning independent research, study abroad, or internships during the 2018 Spring semester or the 2018 Summer break that relates directly to their Capstone projects. These funds are earmarked for students […]

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United Nations Summer Study in NYC, June 4 – July 21 2018

You want to work for social justice at the global level but most United Nations study programs take you sightseeing. Do you want just a cursory tour or do you want to immerse yourself in international affairs? The United Nations Summer Study (UNSS) program, offered by The New School’s Graduate Program in International Affairs, puts graduate and […]

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2018 Summer Internship in Alaska

Apply for your chance to participate in the 2018 Alaska Internship Program! Up to three students will receive the Tishman Environmental Merit Scholarship to fund their internship experience. Awardees will receive: Round-trip airfare from New York City to Anchorage, Alaska Stipend for living expenses in Alaska (approximately $4,500) Logistical support from the Alaska Conservation Foundation […]

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Urban Systems Lab

NSF Graduate Fellowship opportunity with the Urban Systems Lab at The New School

The Urban Systems Lab at The New School is pleased to offer up to two Graduate Research Fellowship positions and up to two Graduate Research Associate positions this year through our National Science Foundation (NSF) funded URExSRN project.  Fellowships are one-year renewable upon review to two years and may include stipend and/or tuition support. Associate positions are […]

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Call For Applications for winter funding: Global Studies Research & Engagement Awards

Attention Global Studies majors! We are pleased to announce open competition for the Global Studies Winter Research & Engagement Awards. As in past semesters, funding is available for Global Studies majors who are planning to study, intern, or carry out self-designed research projects during winter break that relate directly to Global Studies. These grants of up to $500 may be used to defray the […]

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Curriculum Disruption Week at Urban Studies

Curriculum Disruption Week: 400 Years of Inequality is October 12-18, 2017.  The New School both denounces divisive rhetoric and hopes to mobilize the great strength of our educational mission to engage with the issues of the moment and histories of their formation. One of this year’s initiatives is a Curriculum Disruption Week entitled “400 years of inequality,” which […]

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From the Executive Dean: Resources on DACA

Colleagues, I write to update you on resources available to The New School community in light of the Trump Administration’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The decision directly impacts many members of our community. I write to offer support and solidarity, and to connect students, staff, and faculty with […]

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Welcome from Environmental Studies Chair Rafi Youatt

Message from the Chair Rafi Youatt Chair, Environmental Studies September 8, 2017 Welcome, everyone, to the 2017-18 year in Environmental Studies! I hope everyone is settling into the semester. I wanted to take this chance to introduce myself as the new chair of Environmental Studies. I’m coming from NSSR and Lang College, where my teaching […]

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Welcome from Global Studies Chair Alexandra Délano

Message from the Chair Alexandra Délano Chair, Global Studies September 7, 2017 As we come back from the summer break, in the wake of Charlottesville, Hurricane Harvey and the end of DACA, it is difficult to know where to put our energies and how to respond. As nationalism and xenophobia are on the rise, more […]

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