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  • the provost's office is led by a group of seasoned academic administrators who bring with them a wide range of experience, expertise, and perspectives. individually and collectively, they are committed to academic excellence.

    Tim Marshall, Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

    tim became provost of the new school in march 2009. he works with the president, deans, officers, and trustees to set academic priorities and see that they are reflected in all aspects of institutional planning and governance. tim also provides leadership and facilitation for the deans, the faculty, and the colleges and helps ensure that students' educational interests are well served.

    Leslie Galman - Chief of Staff

    Heather O'Brien - Executive Assistant and Communication Manager (please contact her for appointments) 

    Other Roles at The New School

    Tim served as dean of Parsons School of Design from July 2006 until his appointment as provost. While at Parsons, he developed an ambitious and comprehensive academic plan that emphasized a stronger faculty culture and a more fully integrated suite of undergraduate and graduate design degrees. He led a major restructuring effort by organizing a dozen disparate departments into five thematic schools. Tim was Parsons’ associate dean for Academic Affairs from 2004 to 2006 and is a tenured associate professor.

    Professional and Academic Experience and Scholarship

    from 1994 to 2004, tim held a number of academic leadership positions at the university of western sydney in australia, including chair of the school of design and director of academic and international programs. he has served as a consultant to academic institutions in australia, germany, hong kong, china, and singapore and has been a visiting critic at the köln international school of design (kisd) and a guest professor at the china national academy of the arts (cnafa), shanghai institute of design. tim has an extensive professional fine arts, design, and photography background, and he co-founded the cadre design group in sydney, a firm that specialized in web-based educational visualizations. he received his education at the city art institute and college of fine arts at the university of new south wales, australia.

    Publications and Lectures

    Tim has written and lectured extensively on design research and design education. He was co-editor, with Michael Erlhoff, of Design Dictionary: Perspectives in Design, the first publication of its kind in print (Birkhauser Press, 2007). Tim has been a featured speaker at the Design Museum in London (“Design School: The Future of the Project,” 2016), Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation (“Social Innovation Festival,” 2015), India Design Forum (2012), and the inaugural Beirut Design Week (2012). Other works include “Designing Design Schools,” which was presented at the conference "Design Perspectives: Envisioning Design for the XXI Century" (Iberoamericano, Mexico City, 2005), and “Poetic Process and Professional Practice: A Case Study for Practitioner-Led Design Research,” which was presented at the conference "Techne-Design Wisdom" (European Academy of Design, Barcelona, 2003). He authored the cover article on the future of design education in Form magazine’s January/February 2009 issue and also initiated and contributed to Eye magazine’s special issue about Australia in 2002. In 2005 and 2006, Tim was an invited participant at the St. Moritz Design Summit, an annual gathering of some of the most highly respected designers and design thinkers from around the world, sponsored by the Raymond Loewy Foundation.

    Jin Y. Kim, Vice Provost for Planning and Administration

    Jin Y. Kim

    大发体育官方网址jin joined the provost’s office in september 2018 as the new vice provost for planning and administration. her role is to align academic priorities with resource planning. she coordinates strategic planning efforts and the academic budget process, oversees analysis of new program investments and faculty hiring plans, and works closely with the deans, the officers, and the provost on developing multi-year planning processes for enrollment, facilities, and major academic initiatives.

    Other Roles at The New School

    Jin previously served as vice dean of the Schools of Public Engagement, beginning in January 2017. In this role, Jin developed academic partnerships with school deans, faculty, and research center directors, advancing new degree proposals and bringing new center and institute projects to the college. She collaborated on new faculty hires and school staffing, designing strategic systems to enhance the visibility of the schools and programs within the Schools of Public Engagement. She also led fiscal and administrative teams in advancing the college’s administrative and budget processes. 

    Professional Experience

    prior to joining the new school, jin worked at new york university for 14 years. there she served most recently as the senior director of strategic planning in the office of the provost, conducting space planning for nyu tandon, among other projects. earlier she served as the chief financial and compliance officer for tisch school of the arts, asia campus in singapore, as well as senior director of finance and operations for the office of global programs, where she oversaw all operations of the international academic programs. from those roles jin brings considerable expertise in finance and academic program development as well as global university operations. she developed comprehensive budgets and accounting processes for global academic centers and has experience in leading collaborative budget planning. she has also developed financial models for new international academic centers in partnership with academic and student service senior leadership. 

    Academic Experience

    jin holds a master's in public administration from nyu wagner school of public service and a dual bachelor’s degree from binghamton university.

    Bryna Sanger, Deputy Provost and SVP for Academic Affairs

    bryna was appointed deputy provost and senior vice president for academic affairs in the spring of 2009. she is operational head of the provost’s office, plays a lead role in all major planning and academic initiatives, oversees faculty affairs, and serves as the provost’s representative in a variety of contexts.

    Other Roles at The New School

    Bryna was associate dean for Academic Affairs and chair of Urban Policy Analysis and Management at Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy大发体育官方网址 from 1993 to 1999, and she served as Milano’s dean from 1999 to 2000. She holds a tenured faculty appointment as professor of Urban Policy Analysis and Management.

    Academic Experience and Scholarship

    大发体育官方网址a well-known scholar of public policy and public management, bryna has worked and published in areas including city service delivery, welfare reform, leadership, innovation, and performance management. as a senior fellow at the gordon public policy center at brandeis, she directed a project on innovation and leadership. she led a research effort with the national civic league to identify lessons that have resulted from cities that boast exemplary performance measurement systems and engage citizens in their efforts. as a senior fellow at the brookings institution, she examined privatization efforts and the changes in service delivery and management systems induced by welfare reform in states around the country. as the recipient of the einhorn research award from the academy of governmental accountability, she has been studying, evaluating, and proposing best practices for performance measurement and management systems in cities around the country. she began her career as a policy analyst at mathematica policy research in princeton, a leading social policy research institution.

    bryna holds an ab with honors from vassar college and a phd from the heller school, brandeis university.

    Professional Experience

    大发体育官方网址bryna consults city and state government agencies on public policy and public management. she worked with the transition committee on human services under the spitzer administration and with the new york city department of finance on its effort to design a state-of-the-art performance-management system. she has held leadership positions, including vice president, at the association for public policy analysis and management. bryna is a civic leader and is on the boards of various nonprofit institutions. at its 2009 benefit, united neighborhood houses honored bryna as a “new yorker who makes a difference.”

    Publications

    Bryna is the author of numerous books on public policy and management, including The Welfare Marketplace: Privatization and Welfare Reform (Brookings Institution Press, 2003); After the Cure: Managing AIDS and Other Public Health Crises, written with Martin Levin (University Press of Kansas, 2000); and Making Government Work, written with Martin Levin (Jossey-Bass, 1994). She has been on the editorial boards of leading policy and management journals, including the Journal of Public Policy Analysis and Management and the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, where she was also an associate editor.

    Adam Brent, Vice Provost for Curriculum and Learning

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    adam brent joined the provost’s office in fall 2019 as vice provost for curriculum and learning. he brings broad and deep experience to this position. adam is an associate professor of fine arts in the school of design strategies at parsons school of design. since joining the full-time faculty of the new school in 2007, he has held a wide range of leadership roles, including service on numerous search committees and curricular task forces. he has recently served as director of the bfa in integrated design (2012-2017), member of the new school faculty advisory board of undergraduate advising (2017-2018), member of the parsons executive dean search committee (2018), and chair of the school curriculum committee for sds (2016-2019; member since 2012). 

    Adam received his BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1995 and his MFA in Sculpture from Parsons in 2001. His work has been exhibited at such notable museums, institutions, and galleries as The Bronx Museum of the Arts, The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, El Museo del Barrio, the Islip Art Museum, Jamaica Flux, the Mattatuck Museum, the New Museum’s Festival of Ideas, Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, Artspace New Haven, Auxiliary Projects, Apex Art, Margaret Thatcher Projects, A Gathering of the Tribes, Wave Hill, BRIC Rotunda, Momenta Gallery, Bronx River Art Center, Slag Gallery, the New York Department of Transportation’s Art & Event Programming, The New York Public Library (Mott Haven), the Center for Book Arts, and the 2012 Venice Architecture Biennale. In addition, he has held notable residencies such as Artist in the Marketplace at the Bronx Museum; Emerge at Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Arts, in Newark, New Jersey; and the DNA artist residency at the DNA Gallery in Provincetown, Massachusetts. Adam's pioneering work with 3D printing was displayed at VOLTA NY and the Pulse Art Fair in Miami in 2016. In 2019, he had a solo exhibition at Slag Gallery and completed a public temporary commission for the Deering Estate in Miami County. His individual and collective work has received critical attention from the Village Voice, The L Magazine, the NY PressArt CriticalArt and Signature magazine, the New York Daily NewsArchitect magazine, ArchitizerArtsyArt Observed, and the New York Times. Adam also sits on the New York City Department of Transportation’s Art Advisory Committee.

  • Key Functions

    our office oversees university-wide academic planning: establishing priorities and strategies, setting policies and standards, and ensuring that resources are aligned to support the teaching and learning objectives of our faculty and students.

    Academic Planning and Administration

    academic planning involves the careful integration of academic ideas and ideals with financial and functional considerations including budgets, space and human resources, and enrollment projections. jin and her staff work closely with the deans and with many offices university-wide to develop and manage the academic budget and related policies and planning.

    See also Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness

    Art Collection

    Silvia Rocciolo, Curator

    The university curator builds, manages, maintains, conserves, and presents the New School Art Collection大发体育官方网址 as an educational resource for students as well as the public. The New School Art Collection consists of approximately 1,800 works by emerging and established international artists, most of which are installed in the university's public spaces. The collection includes a number of site-specific works, reflecting a university tradition that began in 1931 with the commissioning of murals by José Clemente Orozco and Thomas Hart Benton. Site-specific installations by Sol Lewitt, Martin Puryear, Brian Tolle, Kara Walker, and Dave Muller have recently been added to the collection.

    Curriculum and Learning

    • Adam Brent, Vice Provost for Curriculum and Learning
    • Jamer Hunt, Vice Provost for Transdisciplinary Initiatives
    • Kenya Tyson, Assistant Provost, Academic Affairs and University Curriculum
    • Desirae Colvin, Assistant Provost, Curriculum Development
    • Ryan Gustafson, Assistant Director for Academic Affairs and University Curriculum
    • Marc Lepson, Coordinator for Curricular Affairs

    The Curriculum and Learning area supports the development and implementation of new curricular programs as well as methods of assessing and improving the quality of the educational experience at the university. Much of this work focuses on developing and improving cross-college and university-wide programs, particularly new pathways and opportunities that broaden and strengthen the academic experience by incorporating innovation and best practices in teaching and learning. The University Curriculum Committee plays an active role in this work. The Office of the Provost also supports faculty innovation in curriculum and pedagogy through the Education Fund.

    Faculty Affairs

    faculty affairs provides administrative oversight and support for all matters related to full-time faculty, including searches and appointments, reviews and promotions (including review of part-time faculty), and oversight and revision of faculty-related policies (such as the full-time faculty handbook). faculty affairs is guided by a commitment to recruiting, retaining, and supporting exceptional faculty and to ensuring consistency and best practices in procedures and policies governing faculty employment and engagement. faculty affairs provides administrative support for several committees, including the university promotions and review committee (uprc), the university term review committee (utrc), and the faculty affairs committee. this area is closely aligned with the work of the university faculty senate, the office of human resources, and the university deans.

    Global Partnerships

    Global Partnerships engages international universities, organizations, and governments around the world in joint initiatives and projects. We seek to build productive relationships founded upon mutual understanding and respect and a commitment to sustainability, social justice, progressive values, urban equity, and access. Read more about our global initiatives

    Institutional Research and Effectiveness

    The mission of the Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness (OIRE) is to provide timely and authoritative research relevant to the institution's academic work. IR produces the University Fact Book and provides regulatory reporting to state and federal government agencies and accrediting agencies. It also conducts and analyzes the results of surveys such as the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), the Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) Freshman Survey, and the Student Satisfaction survey. IR supports academic planning and policy with analyses of current data, historical trends, and industry benchmarks on applicants, students, faculty, departments, and institutions. The office produces regular reports on subjects including retention and graduation rates, teaching loads, tenure rates, enrollment projections, and demographics. IR also conducts customized research and provides support for various university offices.

    Libraries, Collections & Academic Services

    • Ed Scarcelle, Associate Provost for Libraries, Collections, and Academic Services
    • Stephen Serwin, Executive Secretary for Libraries, Collections, and Academic Services
    • Wendy Scheir, Director of Archives and Special Collections
    • Allen Jones, Director of Digital Library and Technical Services
    • Kira Appel, Director of Research and Instructional Services
    • Andy Toulas, Director for Public Services
    • Nicole LaMoreaux, Assistant Director, Research and Instructional Services, and Fashion Business Marketing Librarian
    • Greg Sigman, Assistant Director, Research and Instructional Services, and Performing Arts Librarian
    • Paul Abruzzo, Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian
    • Brita Servaes, Humanities and Social Sciences Librarian
    • Jennifer Yao Weinraub, Art and Design Librarian

    the mission of the is to provide access to collections, services, and spaces sufficient in quality, depth, diversity, format, and currency to support the research and teaching missions of the new school.

    the new school libraries and archives consists of the , , and libraries and the . together these collections, services, and spaces support the new school's interdisciplinary approach to education and offer an excellent starting place for research.

    Open Campus

    open campus, the new school’s continuing, professional, summer, and pre-college education program, collaborates with faculty and the colleges to develop online and on-campus curricula for learners of all kinds. within open campus are dedicated academic and operational staff, including distributed education, which develops and supports online coursework for open campus and for the university as a whole. for more information, visit the . 

    Research Support

    The Office of Research Support (ORS) is organized into two main areas: Grants and Sponsored Projects and Research Integrity. For more information, please visit the Research Support website.

    University Learning Center

    The University Learning Center大发体育官方网址 (ULC) offers New School students assistance at every stage of the writing process and promotes ongoing development of writing skills. The staff includes both generalist tutors and certified ESL specialists. The ULC serves more than 1,000 students, providing almost 3,000 tutoring sessions annually. The ULC consults with faculty members and offers them support in aspects of their work relating to student writing and is home to a new program in math tutoring. Director Jeannie Kahaney is responsible for overall strategic planning for the center and for ensuring that tutoring is aligned with pedagogical goals. The administrative coordinator is responsible for the ULC's day-to-day operations.

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