Who Owns The World?, the fifth conference on “platform cooperativism,” is coming to The New School in New York City on November 7-9, 2019.
The Vera List Center For Art And Politics At The New School Announces 2019 Forum Honoring Chimurenga And The Jane Lombard Fellows
I Stand in My Place with My Own Day Here: Site-Specific Art at The New School features essays by more than 50 renowned authors considering thirteen monumental works commissioned by The New School between 1930 and the present for its university campus.
The Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment at The New School will host its first Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Public Service Weekend. Taking place on Friday, September 27, to Saturday, September 28, 2019, at The New School’s Greenwich Village campus, this conference will bring together undergraduate sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent graduates […]
Onassis Foundation Renews Grant to Support PHD Philosophy Students At The New School Focusing on Ancient Greece
The Onassis Foundation has renewed a major grant to support graduate study of ancient Greek thought at The New School for Social Research (NSSR).
On Friday, September 20th, Parsons School of Design is officially opening two collaborative design projects, Pagganuck and the Lab at Urban Farm, on Governors Island.
NEW RETIREMENT PODCAST INTERVIEWS PEOPLE ABOUT TRYING TO SAVE IN A SYSTEM THAT ONLY WORKS FOR THE PRIVILEGED FEW
The New School’s Retirement Equity Lab (ReLab) today launches a new podcast, Reset Retirement, that offers something new in the universe of retirement podcasts: people’s real stories.
Parsons Students create float for the 2019 New York City Pride March that is the First in University History
For the first time in its history, Parsons School of Design students have created a float for Sunday’s NYC Pride March that is quite different from what spectators and viewers will be seeing elsewhere during the parade.
The Digital Equity Lab Analyzes Risks and Proposes Strategies in Preparation for the First Digital Census
The Digital Equity Lab (DEL) at The New School released a report this week providing recommendations for addressing the risks associated with the transition to a digital decennial census, set to be conducted for the first time in 2020.
Despite its early history as a national leader in safeguarding the interests of workers injured on the job, the focus of workers’ compensation in New York has shifted from fairly compensating injured workers to minimizing employer costs, according to a new report from the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School…
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In the Headlines
Katya Ekimian, BFA Fashion Design ’21, designed a dress for the Met gala (The New York Times)
A study by NSSR/Milano faculty member Darrick Hamilton sheds new light on America’s racial wealth gap (Think Progress)
A study by NSSR’s Shai Davidai confirms that you’re really going to regret not chasing your crazy dreams (Inc.)
Susan Rubin, Illustration ’82, is an accomplished pet trainer, and gives her recommendations for a healthier life for senior dogs (Consumer Advocates)
Alexandra Délano, chair of Global Studies, penned an op-ed on how the Mexican government supports its ‘migrant heroes’ while shunning individuals who are deported back to the country (The Los Angeles Times)