United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres urged all nations to unite against a common enemy: COVID-19. Watch above or read his message and join the call for an immediate global ceasefire.
Registration for Summer & Fall 2020 starts on April 6th! Take peek at our Summer course offerings (above) and read more on our blog
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"it’s worth pausing for some introspection, to consider your own work in international affairs in analyzing COVID-19—connect what you know to what more you want to know and what significance it has to beliefs and behaviors, to policies and politics."

Peter Hoffman wrote about Five Thoughts on COVID-19 and International Affairs. Read his reflections on our blog.

On March 26, Margarita Gutman and Michael Cohen spoke at the online International Forum on Cities and the Coronavirus organized by the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences and 20 international urban networks, including the Observatory on Latin America. 

The panelists represented voices from 5 continents, with Margarita and Michael speaking on North America. They addressed contrasts between NY and Buenos Aires in terms of the impact and spread of coronavirus, the important role of political leadership, and the emergency policies put in place in each case. Ecuador, Spain, and China were also represented in the panel with experiences and lessons from Quito, Barcelona, and Beijing. About 250 people participated within the Blackboard platform and another 2,000 participated through Facebook and YouTube.

This International Forum will be followed by two other fora, held at two-week intervals, and is now available online.

Peace Corps alum Claire Harlan spoke with us to share her experiences in the MS program as well as her transition from photography and art into international affairs. Check out her thoughts and more of her photos on our blog.
As we gear up for remote learning, check out these tips and tricks from The New School IT. You can also learn more through these short video clips
The New School is offering virtual support groups, including topics such as "Connection in Crisis," "Managing Isolation with Mental Health Issues," and several others. Check out the flyer for details!
Keep in touch! Program Director Sakiko Fukuda-Parr will be hosting Tea Time Tuesday every week - a virtual tea room where students, staff, faculty, alumni can gather! Tomorrow, we will be joined by special guest Mary Watson, Executive Dean of the Schools of Public Engagement.
Through these challenging times, we invite you to connect with New School Alumni on The New School Network, an all-new space for virtual socializing, mentoring, networking + more. Across the world, alumni keep our network thriving.
GPIA would like to remind you of the Opportunities page on our blog, where you may find both paid and unpaid internships, as well as fellowships and long-term employment. Our student staff is working to keep this page updated as opportunities arise, in hopes that we may help you locate meaningful career opportunities once we all return to our normal day-to-day.  

As always, please feel free to reach out to the front desk staff at with any questions or concerns, and we will do our best to assist you.
For more internship and job postings,
visit the Opportunities page of our blog. 
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