Distinguished scholar Arthur Levine, has joined The Steinhardt Institute of Higher Education Policy.
As a scholar, author and public speaker, Levine is a major presence in the field of higher education. Most recently, he served as president of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation – a foundation aimed at identifying and developing leaders and institutions to meet the nation’s critical challenges – after a long term as president and professor of education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Prior to his tenure at Teachers College, Levine served as chair of the higher education program and chair of the Institute for Educational Management at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Levine also served as president of Bradford College from 1982-1989 and is the author of 12 books and dozens of articles and reviews.
Levine is teaching a course at Steinhardt titled Topics in Higher Education: The Future of Higher Education. The one-credit course will provide students with analyses, perspectives and contrasting views of the philosophy, history, mission, purpose, and role of higher education institutions in America’s diverse, contemporary society. It will go beyond the immediate issues facing higher education and focus on primary causes, examining three forces with the potential to transform higher education: demographics, the economy and the workforce, and technology.
Two events sponsored by The Steinhardt Institute for Higher Education Policy brought scholars, faculty, and higher education stakeholders together to discuss current trends and issues facing the US postsecondary system.
Five Steinhardt faculty members are among the most influential policy academics in the country according to the 2020 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence rankings.
Ambar Gomez and Katherine Lizardo became friends through their online Counseling@NYU program. The two enriched their studies with a trip to NYU Accra to study Global Perspectives in Higher Education.