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Reminder – Graduation Petition Deadline April 15th

If you are planning to graduate this May and have not submitted your petition you must petition by the published final petition deadline (April 15) to ensure that your name will appear in the program. Please note that petitions will be accepted after that point with the late fee (up until May 22) but your name will not …

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The Voice of Reason We Need to Hear: High School Students Reflect and Voice on Child Poverty with GPIA Faculty Alberto Minujin

On Thursday, March 6, 2014, eight high school students from the United Nations International School were given an opportunity to participate in the inner city outing, “Window into University,” which provided a half-day tour and academic workshop at The New School. The students were a dynamic multinational group of students from China, England, India, Korea, Malaysia and Mexico.

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International Affairs Professor Nina Khrushcheva Offers Unique Insight On The Crisis In Ukraine

“Last week GPIA Professor Nina Khrushcheva wrote a piece for Reuters on the relationship between Ukraine and Russia in light of recent events in the region. She goes on to explain Russia has a vested interest in keeping the opposition out of power in Ukraine in favor of the pro-Russian government.

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Launch of Milano Career Services Website

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Milano Career Services website! We hope you will find the site to be informative and user friendly. Features include: Organizations where recent Milano graduates have worked, and the programs from which they graduated, to show the range of work one can do with a Milano degree …

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CNYCA’s Kim Nauer on Absenteeism in NYC Schools


Kim Nauer, who works with The New School’s Center for New York City Affairs (CNYCA) housed within the Milano School was recently quoted in the Wall Street Journal article Anti-Truancy Efforts Notch High Marks. The article references a report published by CNYCA that examined absenteeism in elementary schools.

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