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Margarita Gutman together with Professor Martin Groisman organized and chaired the panel “Visualization of (big) data: exploration and communication tools”, which opened the XXXIII Annual Research Conference of the Facultad de Arquitectura, Diseño y Urbanismo (FADU), Universidad de Buenos Aires (UBA): “SI+Images, Research Practices and Visual Culture.”

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The Observatory on Latin America (OLA) held a launch event for their book, Urban Policy in Latin America: Towards the Sustainable Development Goals? on October 16th. Read more about it here.

Margarita Gutman published "Explorador Tecnosocial. Emergencia de conflictos territoriales del municipio de la municipio de la matanza en el espacio publico digital." (2000-2015)"  Gutman opened the Annual Research Conference at the University of Buenos Aires, October 31, 2019. 

Richard Wolff will be speaking on "The Economics of Taxing Wealth" at the next Democracy at Work Global Capitalism lecture on November 13. Topics of discussion include tax plans of presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, as well as how the US taxes wealth compared to other countries. RSVP here.

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Paw Bitsch Velling started a new position in Brussels as a Policy and Press adviser to a member of the European Parliament. 

How are dating apps changing relationships? Diego Senior, now a producer at CBS Interactive, explores this question in a CBSN Originals documentary, Speaking Frankly: Dating Apps.
 
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Students Jonique Lyles and Daniela Porcelli attended the United Nations Security Council Open Debate on Women, Peace, and Security. Read about it here

Candice Jaimungal wrote an op-ed for the Trinidad Express in response to a recent hostage crisis and the response from a prominent public figure. 

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Nina Khrushcheva wrote "Silence of the Republican Lambs," for Project Syndicate. Khrushcheva was interviewed by Ian Masters in response to the article. Listen to the interview here
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.
The ACLU is seeking a Strategic Partnerships Intern in NYC for the Spring 2020 Semester. 

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