Dan Immergluck and Alumni Nathaniel Smith on the Release of Red Hot City
The Public and Urban Planning MS program recently hosted an online event in celebration of the release of Dan Immergluck’s book, Red Hot City. The discussant at the event was […]
Sustainability Town Hall Highlight
WHY A TOWN HALL? In recognition of Climate Week 2022, The Tishman Environment and Design Center (TEDC) hosted an online town hall to discuss sustainability at the New School. The […]
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PUP Professor David Howell recently published in The Washington Center for Equitable Growth
The Washington Center for Equitable Growth recently published a summary for three studies by PUP professor David Howell on economic inequality in the United States in comparison to other western countries. The article, “Worker […]
PUP Chair Alex Schwartz’s co-authored article on Housing Affordability published in The Conversation
In November, The Conversation published an article on housing affordability co-authored by Alex Schwartz, chair of the Public and Urban Policy program, and Kirk McClure, Professor Emeritus of Urban Planning at the University of […]
Fall 2021 Public and Urban Policy Lunchtime Speaker Series Event Recordings
The Public and Urban Policy Program hosted three events in the Fall 2021 Public and Urban Policy Lunchtime Speaker Series. The events were moderated by Alex Schwartz, Chair of the MS […]
3 Alumni Included on City & States The Power of Diversity: Women 100 in New York State List
“The Power of Diversity: Women 100 – researched and written by City & State’s Kay Dervishi – recognizes the prominent women wielding power across New York state. Politicians, government officials, […]
Making the Uneven Visible: Narratives of Ecomodernism and Environmental Justice in Sweden
The last few decades have seen an exponential rise in the deployment of wind energy worldwide, mostly through the development of large-scale wind farms. Onshore wind is land-intensive: because wind […]
New School Campus Access Protocol
Please see these revised campus access protocols for gaining access to New School buildings. For most up to date information please visit the New School access to campus site. This […]
Hetrick-Martin Institute Welcomes Milano Alumn Joe Pressley as CEO at their LGBTQ+ youth organization
Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI), the country’s oldest and largest organization serving LGBTQ+ youth of color has named Joe Pressley as Chief Executive Officer, effective December 3, 2020. Joe’s leadership record across […]
Milano Professor Ana Isabel Baptista Testifies to House Select Committee on Solving the Climate Crisis
Ana Baptista, assistant professor of professional practice at the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment recently testified in front of the U.S. House Select Committee on the climate crisis.
Leonardo Figueroa Helland Appointed Chair of Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management Program
Leonardo Figueroa Helland, associate professor of Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management, has been appointed the chair of the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management program. Concerning his vision for EPSM, Figueroa […]
The Covid-19 New York City Economy Three Months In: Reopening, and a Continuing Low-Wage Worker Recession
New York City is experiencing deep and enduring unemployment mostly by low-income workers of color and the city is facing a sluggish recovery with double-digit unemployment. While there was a […]
Thanking Sue Bostwick
Milano thanks Sue Bostwick as she moves on from The New School for her contributions and service over the years.
Police Violence Is a Public Health Crisis. Here’s How to End It.
Excessive police violence has become an inescapable reality in the United States. Some of us have learned to scan the sidewalks and streets for officers from the moment we lock […]
Learning Equitably, Digitally, and Well
The Covid-19 pandemic has confronted the nation’s largest public school system with a staggering challenge – one that could also easily continue into the next school year: With all school buildings […]
Mayor de Blasio Appoints the Fourth New York City Panel on Climate Change
Mayor de Blasio announced the appointment of the fourth New York City Panel on Climate Change (NPCC), a 20-member independent advisory body that synthesizes scientific information on climate change and […]
After George Floyd: Naming the Pain, Finding a New Path.
By Dr. Mindy Thompson Fullilove Herbert Aptheker, the Marxist historian and author of American Negro Slave Revolts, was my professor in college and I often wrote to him in years after […]
Covid-19 Exposes the Health Dangers of Burning Trash
By Ana Isabel Baptista and Adrienne Perovich The increased burning of household trash, a likely side effect of the Covid-19 pandemic, could well make an already desperate health situation in […]