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Welcome to the student archive page where many posts relating to students’ projects, internships, research and more, are stored. To view more posts highlighting the accomplishments of our students visit the Student and Alum Spotlights page.



Spring 2015 Urban Policy Lab Project Cited in The Economist

Milano students Marian Silliman, Catherine McGath, Donte Coleman, Evan Pellegrino, and Omari Williams, as part of the Urban Policy Lab taught by Professor Rachel Meltzer, worked in conjunction with the Manhattan Borough President's Office this past spring doing research on 421-a benefits.  This research has now been cited by The Economist ...
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International Field Program-Urban Students Use Social Cartography to Map Cape Town in ’60 Days – 11 Maps – 1 City’

Over a 60 day period, 11 students from The New School spent time working at the African Center for Cities (ACC) or with other organizations in Cape Town to develop the maps contained in a project they have titled '60 Days – 11 Maps – 1 City' (low-res-5MB, hi-res-42MB). Each student produced a ...
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Milano Launches New Course and Event Series: Politics and Policy

The Politics and Policy series is a thought-provoking, stimulating series of courses and events. The series will combine in-class lectures and assignments with the hands-on experience and intellects of both American and Global politics experts in order to dissect the 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections, while also providing an international perspective. From ...
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Annel Cabrera profile

Annel Cabrera, International Field Program Argentina Student, Discusses Her Work with Government-Community Cooperatives that Expand Potable Water

Annel Cabrera, New School student in the International Affairs program, has just wrapped up two months in Argentina on the IFP where she carried out program research with AySA, the government agency responsible for granting and improving Buenos Aires’ water and sewage services, which the IFP has worked with for ...
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GPIA Student Laura Nitz Receives New Challenge Grant for The North School

GPIA student Laura Nitz has received a $5000 grant from New Challenge in order to strengthen The North School's capacity and permanence.  They aim to do this by expanding their current 3D printing studio into an integrated co-working and maker space, which will develop into a tech incubator.  The space ...
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IFP SA Correspondent Shadi Garman Discusses Her Experience Working with Online Newspaper in Cape Town

Shadi Garman is a student in the Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA) pursuing a concentration in Media and Culture. She is currently in Cape Town, South Africa where she is participating in the 2015 International Field Program (IFP) during June and July. In Cape Town she is working with ...
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colby silver

IFP Turkey Correspondent Colby Silver Discusses His Experience in Istanbul

Colby Silver is a student in the Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA) pursuing a concentration in Governance & Rights. He is currently in Istanbul, Turkey where he is participating in the 2015 International Field Program (IFP) during June and July working with two separate organizations. First, he is working ...
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policy innovations

Carnegie Council Magazine on Social Innovation Seeks Student-Authored Articles

Policy Innovations, the Carnegie Council’s magazine on Social Innovation, is looking for grad students or recent graduates who may be interested in getting their work/ideas published. The magazine invites commentary focusing on cities, education, gender, environment, food, etc.Please look at the submission guidelines for more information.If you have an idea ...
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Revisited: Richard Wolff on Greek Austerity

On May 6, as part of the Development Thought and Policy series, Professor Richard Wolff addressed a captive audience watching in person and online. His message: "what is happening in global capitalism and where it's going is something to become very worried about." Although the event was ostensibly centered on ...
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Giva Student Scholarship – Deadline June 1st

Giva will award $1000 scholarships to undergraduate or graduate students who write thoughtful essays in answering the following questions:How will you use your talents and education to make the world a better place for future generations? What are your career and personal goals and why?The essay needs to be between ...
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Livestream the Milano Recognition Ceremony!

The 2015 Milano Recognition Ceremony is happening this Thursday, May 21 at 4:30pm at the University Center of The New School. Graduates from all of the programs are individually recognized for the completion of their degrees and certificates and awards will be given out to students from each program. The ceremony ...
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Larissa Ushizima Discusses 2014 Colombia International Field Program Work Designing Ecotourism Initiatives

Larissa Ushizima, originally from Brazil, is just finishing her last semester in the International Affairs program at The New School. In 2014 Larissa participated in the International Field Program (IFP) to Colombia where she worked with a local government to help strengthen community engagement mechanisms for designing ecotourism initiatives. She ...
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