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Colombia International Field Program Continues History of Building Beneficial Community Partnerships

 The International Field Program (IFP) is The Milano School’s practicum program abroad that provides students the opportunity for hands-on learning ...
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Center for NYC Affairs: “What’s Wrong with Math and Science in NYC Schools – And What to Do About It”

The Center for New York City Affairs, housed in the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy at ...
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Professor Erica Kohl-Arenas Discusses Addressing Inequality Via Philanthropy

Kohl-Arenas, who has researched foundations for many years, investigates whether or not foundation philanthropy can substantially address inequalities in America.“Across ...
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The New School and Rockefeller Foundation Sponsor Publishing of ‘The Housing Challenge: Avoiding the Ozymandias Syndrome’

Robert Buckley, in partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation and other New School faculty and students including Achilles Kallergis and Laura Wainer, ...
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Students Participate in OpenStreetMap Mapping for the Haitian Red Cross

Earlier this month, a cohort of Milano students as well as interested students from across The New School contributed to ...
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GPIA Student’s “Disappearing Elephants” Project

GPIA student Brianna Rowe, together with other Milano students and faculty, have created a project called Disappearing Elephants. The project began as a two-month ...
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Milano Students Harness Technology to Reduce Corruption

Students Lena Simet (PhD Public and Urban Policy) and Thomas Disley (MA International Affairs) were featured on Fast Company for creating ...
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Student OpEd: Obama’s Executive Action on Immigration: Hold Your Applause

By Kate Segal The views and opinions presented in this piece are that of the author’s and not necessarily The New ...
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Women’s History Month: Cherchez La Femme

As a follow-up to our exhibit in February "Romancing True Power: D20" (and as a shout out to Women's History ...
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Student Op Ed: Mind Over Trigger

By Dorit Avganim The views and opinions presented in this piece are that of the author’s and not necessarily The ...
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Student Projects: GIS for International Crises, Development, and the Environment

Each semester, the GIS for International Crises, Development, and the Environment course is one of the Milano School’s most popular. Students wrap ...
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