Fall 2018: EPSM Information Sessions and Webinars

Fall 2018: EPSM Information Sessions and Webinars

For Prospective Students: Join us at the upcoming Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management (EPSM) and Sustainable Strategies Certificate information sessions at the Milano Open House. These events are an opportunity for people to find out if The New School’s programs are right for them, and for … Continue Reading →
A New Name for Milano, and an Administrative Transition

A New Name for Milano, and an Administrative Transition

As of July 1, Milano’s name is the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment. The updated name reflects the programs that we teach, the research that we undertake, and the concerns of the communities that we serve. It also signals Milano’s distinctive interdisciplinarity. This … Continue Reading →
Molly Schultz Hafid Honored by the Neighborhood Funders Group (NFG)

Molly Schultz Hafid Honored by the Neighborhood Funders Group (NFG)

Milano faculty member Molly Schultz Hafid received the Award for Excellence in Community Leadership from the Neighborhood Funders Group (NFG).  A national, membership association of grant-making institutions, NFG’s mission is “to build the capacity of philanthropy to advance social justice and community change.” The NFG Award for Excellence in Community Leadership recognizes … Continue Reading →
Congratulations to Our Spring 2018 Graduates!

Congratulations to Our Spring 2018 Graduates!

Please enjoy these highlights from Milano’s Master’s, PhD, and Certificate Candidates Recognition Ceremony held on May 17, 2018.  Student speaker Monae Sheron Evans praised the graduating class saying, “You all are truly inspirational, not only for the innovative work you will go on to do, … Continue Reading →
Designing For and With Refugee Teachers in Tanzania

Designing For and With Refugee Teachers in Tanzania

Holly Dowell, Nonprofit Management student here at Milano and Research Communications Fellow at the International Rescue Committee recently traveled to Tanzania.  The following is an excerpt from Holly’s article. Read all about her experience here.  This past February, I had the opportunity to go on my … Continue Reading →