Welcome to a university where great minds, disciplines, perspectives, and industries converge to create groundbreaking work. Discover the people and projects that will inspire you to rethink everything.
How much courage does it take to be a writer?
We embrace new media, design, and technology to reimagine the power of storytellin...
An alum pours his myriad talents and resources into a cultural enterprise.
Music performance is no longer just a spectator sport.
What treatments make for breakthrough psychotherapy?
Nitin Sawhney, Professor of Media Studies at the School of Media Studies, seeks to...
How do artisans thrive in the 21st century?
Years of performance forge a teaching talent who leads the next generation.
Students across our university lead a national network of scholars dedicated to in...
Anwar Shaikh, Professor of Economics and Chair of the Department of Economics at T...
Does the world’s stage have space for everyone?
Can your creative passion be your daily profession?
How will new technologies transform the way we interact with the world?
Is there such a thing as a green metropolis?
A New School for Social Research faculty member makes philosophy chic.
Can a university newspaper effect change?
If Puccini is performed in Bushwick, does it fall upon deaf ears?
Deva Woodly, professor of politics at Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts and The ...
Journalism is being redefined by innovative technologies emerging from the digital...
How does Western media overlook entire communities?
A bright idea illuminates the world like a porch light in the night.
Contemporary technology demands that memorials step into the 21st century.
Michael Schober, Professor of Psychology at
The New School for Social Research, h...
Advances in digital technology make for breakthroughs in artistic possibility.
Does having an advanced degree mark the end of your curiosity?
John Bruce, Professor of Strategic Design and Management at Parsons School of Desi...
Two MFA Design and Technology graduates spark a love of technology in girls.
Natalia Mehlman Petrzela, Professor of History at Eugene Lang College of Liberal A...
A Parsons alum discovers the power of empathetic design.
Through what medium do you perfectly express your creativity?
Andy Milne, Pianist, Composer, and Professor at the School of Jazz, explores what ...
Ethnographic studies are examined through a curatorial lens.
How can a metropolis become more sustainable?
Michelle Depass, Dean of the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, a...
An alumnus bridges the gap between public and policy.
A student employs research-led design to bring light to rural darkness.
Design students use technology to reinvent the role of orchestral garments.
Parsons School of Design celebrates art and design in the civic sphere.
Can sculpture profoundly impact an urban transit system?
Encouraging the next generation of women by unearthing the history of female pione...
Colleen Macklin, Professor of Media Design at Parsons School of Design, discusses ...
Two Design and Technology graduates explore the contentious relationship between h...
What is the power of interdisciplinary practices?
Does environmental policy critically affect residents in the inner city?
Can an opera and a spiritual exist in the same composition?
What if everyone were able to decipher statistics?
Is it possible to simulate nature’s impossible beauty?
Gnarls and his fellow students make the term “Narwhal Nation” a reality.
Lucille Tenazas, Henry Wolf Professor of Communication Design at
Parsons School o...