Milano Management Brown Bag Talk | Corbin Hill Food Project

Professor of professional practice and Corbin Hill Food Project founder Dennis Derryck discusses how the Corbin Hill Food Project, a values driven social enterprise, is making the transition from food access to community ownership and wealth creation. 

Live now – Brown Bag Series lecture with Milano Management Professor Dennis Derryck!

Posted by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment on Thursday, November 8, 2018



Milano Management Brown Bag Talk | So You Want to be a CEO?

In this Milano Management Brown Bag Talk, Professor Mark Lipton discusses some of the projects that have most influenced his work and how his research has shifted his own thinking and the ways he tries to influence CEOs to lead with purpose and integrity.

In case you missed it, watch Professor Mark Lipton's Milano Management Brown Bag Lecture "So, You Want to be a CEO?"

In case you missed it, watch Professor Mark Lipton's Milano Management Brown Bag Lecture "So, You Want to be a CEO?"

Posted by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment on Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Learn more about the Organizational Change Management graduate program.




Milano Management Brown Bag Talk | An Anarchist Prehistory of Management

In his recent book chapter on the anarchist prehistory of management, Associate Professor of Management Nidhi Srinivas shows that, historically, anarchist ideas held much in common with early management theory, including a shared sensitivity to the challenges of organizing. Rather than two hermetic monoliths, ‘management’ and ‘anarchism’ were initially promiscuous domains, borrowing ideas from each other and encouraging woolliness in how they defined and distinguished who they were and what they did.

ICYMI: Check out Milano Management's first Brown Bag lecture with Professor Nidhi Srinivas, titled "An Anarchist Prehistory of Management"Stay tuned for more chances to join us for lectures by our faculty!

Posted by Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment on Thursday, September 13, 2018

Creating an Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs 

The Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative hosted an inspiring panel discussion moderated by Milano’s Michele Kahane, Faculty Director of the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative,  featuring Anurag Gupta, Founder and CEO, BE MORE America, Diana Mao, Co-founder and President, Nomi Network, Monisha Raja, Founder and Creative Director, Love is Mighty, and Clayton Banks, Co-founder and CEO, Silicon Harlem. These inspiring impact entrepreneurs shared aspects of their own entrepreneurial journeys as they fielded questions about the challenges of launching social ventures that are attempting to create a more inclusive economy. 

Learn more about the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative and the Graduate Minor in Impact Entrepreneurship.  

Lifting Up Leadership: Corbin Hill Food Project

Dennis Derryck, Executive Director of the Corbin Hill Food Project at The New School and Professor of Professional Practice at the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment; alongside Erica Christensen, were interviewed by the Wallace Center at Winrock International. As part of their Lifting Up Leadership series on how their personal commitment to food sovereignty and equity guides their work at Corbin Hill Food Project


New School Live: A Conversation on Race in the U.S. 

Maya Wiley, Vice President for Social Justice at The New School and Henry Cohen Professor of Urban Policy and Management at the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment shares an intimate half-hour conversation with a group of students to discuss race in the United States — and why it matters today. This conversation is part of New School Live, a series of interactive online events that open up the New School community to viewers from around the world, who can ask questions and comment on events taking place live and in real time on campus—and learn what it’s like to be a New School student in the process.

Policy Director & Environmental Advocate at Information Technology Industry Council

Alexandria, MS Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management ’16, challenges tradition in order to safeguard earth and its people.

Alexandria | Advocate for Environmental Justice from The New School on Vimeo.

The Urban Policy Lab 

Milano’s oldest and largest client-centered course. Students in the lab work in teams to advise clients in government and the nonprofit sector on pressing policy and management issues. Working under the supervision of a faculty supervisor, students research the issue, identify possible solutions, and analyze them. The students present their recommendations to the client in a formal briefing and afterward submit a written report incorporating client feedback.

Milano & NSSR’s Darrick Hamilton Joins Bernie Sanders’ Inequality in America Town Hall

Darrick Hamilton, professor of economics and urban policy at the Milano School and The New School for Social Research, speaks during Inequality in America: A National Town Hall with filmmaker/activist Michael Moore, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Full Town Hall can be watched here: