The Independent Panel on Global Governance for Health organized its second annual international conference at The New School. Missed the event? Check out the live-tweets and video-stream

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Sean Jacobs introduced Chimurenga during the Jane Lombard Prize ceremony. You can read his remarks here

Alex Aleinikoff recently interviewed Jonathan Blitzer and Ladane Nasseri to discuss US border policy, the resignation of DHS's Kevin McAleenan & the Democrats' balancing act on immigration. Listen to the interview on the Tempest Tossed Podcast

Kasia Broussalian just launched "Women & Worth," a new podcast that explores the various stages of a woman's life through the lens of money and impact. 

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Larisa Lustik started a position with USCIS as an Asylum Officer. 
Check out the latest edition of "Immigrant Strong," a newsletter created by alum Vesna Jaksic Lowe. 

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October 31 was World Cities Day! To celebrate, we featured some of the work students have done in urban planning, resilience, and culture in and outside of New York City. Check out  this thread for the highlights.

Want to see your work on our online student journal? Submit to The New Context! Share your adapted essays, photos, poetry, and short films here.

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Richard Wolff joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the Hong Kong protests on RT Question More. Meanwhile, on Sputnik News' Loud & Clear podcast, Professor Wolff explains the economics behind the protests in Haiti, Lebanon, Chile, Ethiopia, Ecuador, and Iraq.
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Join the Collaboratory Centennial Symposium in celebrating and critically reflecting upon 100 years of Scholar Activism at The New School, along with Imagining America, and peers across universities, communities, and disciplines.
Eurasia Group Foundation is seeking part-time Research Interns for ten hours per week in the 2019 Fall and 2020 Spring semesters.

The Stones Barnes Center is seeking a Freelance Camera Operator for the month of December. 

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