Below you will find information about student organizations at Milano School. If you are currently leading a student organization at Milano and would like to be featured on this page, please contact MilanoCommunications@newschool.edu.
The Association for International Development [AID] is a student-led organization that addresses issues above and beyond international development. We gather international affairs practitioners, NGOs, grassroots advocates and members of the academic community in the same venue to discuss issues relevant to global affairs. Though largely comprised of students from the Graduate Program of International Affairs (GPIA), [AID] is open to any New School students who wish to develop a professional or academic interest in the issues surrounding of international affairs.
The students of the New School Graduate Program in International Affairs formed Project Africa to encourage and foster learning and the sharing of students’ knowledge of, experiences with, and interests in Africa and its myriad of cultures, histories and lived experiences.
The New Context is a New School journal run by students in the Graduate Program of International Affairs (GPIA) who are interested in currents events, opinions, analysis, news media and art.
Sustainable Cities is a student club engaging New School students and New York professionals committed to sustainable urbanization. Research, events, and interventions encompass energy use, materials consumption, public awareness, climate change adaptation, and future-focused smart city development.