Urban Studies major Christine Rodriguez, set to graduate in Spring 2019, is featured in award winning educational documentary Personal Statement – directed by Juliane Dressner – along with students Karoline Jimenez, and Enoch Jemmott. As described in Good Docs, “Personal Statement is feature-length documentary that follows Karoline, Christine and Enoch through their senior year and […]
Join us in congratulating Urban Studies majors, Katie Tzivanis, Oliva Koreman, and Rachel Elson, and Global Studies majors, Sofia Mateu-Gelabert, Daniela Ochoa-Bravo, Laura Walton, Martin Cochran, and Daniel DeBoulay who have each received a Lang Social Science Fellowship for summer/fall 2019, a competitive fellowship that provides students with a distinctive experience that fuses social science […]
A special shout-out to Environmental Studies student Julia St.Clair-Voiers who will be presenting at the Reclaiming Space: Alternative Community Building panel at the Lang Dean’s Honor Symposium on Monday, April 15th! 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Hoerle Lecture Hall University Center, Lower Level RSVP Come eat and join a conversation about collective modes of care through projects that recognize the irreparable damage of […]
Faculty Timon McPhearson’s fall 2018 Green Roof Ecology course students worked on a variety of class projects focused on urban green roof designs. View the projects: Indirect Green Wall Seating Concept Green Roofs NYC Website & Social Media A Meadow for Your Green Roof: A Guide Sensors and Visualization: Cooling the City Green Roof Water […]
The Summer 2019 GLUE Capstone Research & Engagement Awards application cycle is closed. Please check back in Fall 2019 for more information regarding the next application cycle. Questions? Contact: Shaked Landor Program Manager email@example.com
Apply to the United Nations Summer Study by March 31 here: https://www.newschool.edu/united-nations-summer-study/application-information/
NYU Center for Bioethics Undergraduate Essay Contest: Deadline March 1 The Center for Bioethics at NYU is pleased to announce its inaugural undergraduate essay contest! The winning essay(s) addressing a contemporary issue in bioethics will be eligible for publication in the Medical Dialogue Review and win a cash prize!
Learn more and apply The United Nations Summer Study (UNSS) program, offered by The New School’s Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs, puts graduate, undergraduate, and PhD students on the ground in the United Nations and in New York City. Unlike other UN study programs, UNSS takes you beyond a narrow focus on security […]
Students in Faculty Timon McPhearson’s Green Roof Ecology course have taken to Twitter and Instagram where they focus on ” educating and sharing the benefits of #urbanecology and #greeninfrastructure”. Their reach spans beyond the classroom where they can share interesting news in the environmental realm through photos and tweets on their student-led pages.
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GLUE @ THE NEW SCHOOL
The New School's interdisciplinary undergraduate programs in Global, Urban and Environmental Studies (GLUE) form an academic laboratory for students to delve into the manifold ways in which global forces are redefining our cities and our ecologies. Within a project-centered curriculum students develop expertise through one of our undergraduate majors and a suite of graduate programs. Students learn to synthesize and creatively employ concepts and skills from social sciences, design, and humanities, and to use this knowledge to impact their world.
- Global Studies Chair Alexandra Delano on the Recent Shootings
- Global Studies student Yamiles Bonilla Receives the David S Woods Humanitarian Award
- Christina McElderry, GLUE Academic & Career Advisor, Receives the Lang Success Advisor Excellence Award
- Geeti Das, Global Studies Program Coordinator, Receives Frieda Wunderlich Memorial Award
- Alexandra Délano Alonso quoted in El País article