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For this project I worked with NYU senior leadership and faculty recruitment managers to create visually appealing recruitment materials within a defined production budget and timeline. New materials were created using Adobe InDesign and will be used for Fall 2016-2017 faculty recruitment.

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NYU Shanghai Faculty Recruitment Promotional Material

  1. 1. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University FACULTY AFFAIRS & RECRUITMENT
  2. 2. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University
  3. 3. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 02 | NYU Shanghai 03 | Global Presence 05 | NYU and NYU Abu Dhabi 07 | Our Faculty 08 | Our Students 09 | Academics 10 | Research 11 | Why China and Why Shanghai 13 | Academic Leadership 17 | NYU Map Table of Contents
  4. 4. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Now in its fourth year of operation, NYU Shanghai, was established by New York University and East China Normal University. NYU Shanghai is the third degree-granting campus in NYU’s global network, joining NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU’s campus in New York City. NYU Shanghai is the first Sino-US joint venture university with independent registration status in China - the first US school granting US degrees in China. With its 2013 inaugural undergraduate class hailing from all over the world, NYU Shanghai combines the best of Chinese and American education, creating a new kind of higher-education model for its talented students against the backdrop of globalization. Adopting a liberal arts curriculum with English as the language of instruction, NYU Shanghai expects students to spend the first two years on core liberal arts courses and select an academic specialization for deeper exploration and research in their third and fourth years. During their undergraduate studies, students will have the opportunity to spend one to three semesters studying abroad as part of the University’s efforts to create a cross-cultural learning environment that will help students become global citizens. As of fall 2016 NYU Shanghai enrolled the fourth class of full-time, four year students. The student body at NYU Shanghai is unique with half of the class consisting of Chinese national students and half representing students from all over the world.
  5. 5. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University “I joined NYU Shanghai to globalize myself in parallel with NYU's own globalization. From students to teachers, being part of NYU Shanghai means embarking on a common mission which is exciting, rewarding, exhilarating – and great fun. Rarely is one afforded such a chance to help shape an institution from within while simultaneously challenging one's own worldview.” Alexander Geppert, Associate Professor of European History, Global Network Professor, NYU, NYU Shanghai “NYU Shanghai is developing to have two outstanding features that usually are difficult to combine in one institution: 1.) Outstanding colleagues in your own and allied disciplines to interact with on an academic research level and 2.) smallness of size that encourages many interactions with top-notch colleagues in very different disciplines from your own.” Charles Newman, Director of the NYU-ECNU Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU Shanghai; Affiliated Professor, NYU Shanghai; Silver Professor of Mathematics, NYU, Courant Institute of Mathematics; Global Network Professor, NYU, NYU Shanghai
  6. 6. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 03 | Global Presence NYU has embarked on the project of becoming a Global Network University, a university that challenges the idea that education can only be delivered at a single home campus. Beyond our campus in New York City lies a world of opportunity within NYU’s global network. With NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai, our new degree-granting campuses, as well as 11 international academic centers in Accra, Berlin, Buenos Aires, Florence, London, Madrid, Paris, Prague, Sydney, Tel-Aviv and Washington D.C. NYU’s Global Network is designed to draw talented, creative students, scholars and teachers from around the world. Our global network enables people to circulate freely without leaving NYU’s intellectual community and resources. The Global Network University’s model has emerged as a natural and logical extension of NYU’s research and teaching agendas; flowing from our eco-systemic relation to New York City, the diversity of thought represented by all of our schools, colleges and programs - and our internationally connected and collaborative faculty. Students and faculty interact with their urban environment in countless meaningful and essential ways, using these locations as a major asset. Students and faculty alike broaden the scope of vision and knowledge through international learning. Opportunities include: study abroad programs, direct-exchange programs with world-renowned
  7. 7. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University institutions and curriculum-driven international programming offered through the specific schools or departments. All locations within the network are also accessible for individual research that springs from academic ideas and goals. Part of NYU’s teaching mission consists in preparing students for lives in a diverse world and faculty at NYU believe that such preparation is most effective when the outside world is not held at bay. This same principle holds true as we create a Global Network University that is both “in and of the city” and “in and of the world.” Around the world, students work closely with faculty and with their peers on shared commitments. They apply what they learn and develop the skills and qualities— both needed and expected in this increasingly integrated, global climate to make a real difference in the world.
  8. 8. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 05 | NYU and NYU Abu Dhabi
  9. 9. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Founded in 1831, New York University today is comprised of 17 schools and colleges. NYU New York is in and of the City of New York, it is a truly urban campus with no gates that is seamlessly connected to the city. This connection provides access to a variety of resources including over 22,000 internship opportunities and allows students to become independent, mature and sophisticated. The majority of undergraduate classes are held in Greenwich Village, Washington Square area, within walking distance of dorms, so students still have a sense of home and community in a city of 8 million people. The University plans to add over 400 faculty between Abu Dhabi and Shanghai in the next few years, which represents a major opportunity for these campuses as well as the University as a whole. New York University’s mission is to be a top quality international center of scholarship, teaching and research. This involves retaining and attracting outstanding faculty who are leaders in their fields, encouraging them to create programs that draw outstanding students and providing an intellectually rich environment. NYU seeks to take academic and cultural advantage of its location and to embrace diversity among faculty, staff and students to ensure a wide range of perspectives, including international perspectives inthe educationalexperience. THE FIRST GLOBAL CAMPUS OPENED BY NYU AND FIRST US DEGREE GRANTING CAMPUS IN THE MIDDLE EAST, NYU ABU DHABI WAS CREATED AS A SELECTIVE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE WITH 4:1 STUDENT TO FACULTY RATIO. NYU Abu Dhabi is a research university with a fully integrated liberal arts and science college. It draws students from around the world, and prepares them for the challenges and opportunities of our interconnected world. NYU Abu Dhabi equips students for leadership in all areas of human endeavor. It fosters curiosity, creativity and critical reflection, students extend themselves and the frontiers of knowledge. The residential life of students is central to the University's academic mission. Learning takes place across the campus, not only in classrooms, but also in residential houses, through participation in clubs and sports, during informal campus gatherings and being engaged with the wider community. NYU Abu Dhabi stimulates advanced research, which is integral to the undergraduate experience and drives the University’s graduate programs. NYU Abu Dhabi, NYU Shanghai and NYU New York form the backbone of a fully connected global network university. As one of the three major hubs in the global network, NYU Abu Dhabi creates a unique capacity for faculty and students to access the assets of the entire university system. NYU Abu Dhabi advances the city of Abu Dhabi as a magnetic center of ideas and human talent. NYU ABU DHABI NYU IS A GLOBALLY DISTINGUISHED RESEARCH UNIVERSITY ON A REMARKABLE TRAJECTORY AND THE LARGEST PRIVATE UNIVERSITY IN THE UNITED STATES NYU ON THE SQUARE
  10. 10. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University At NYU Shanghai all faculty teach undergraduate classes giving students access to well known and respected professors in their fields. Members of the leadership also teach, in many cases, in the core curriculum or core classes for the majors. NYU Shanghai has more than 25 tenured and tenure-track faculty, 50 contract faculty and 50 other faculty. NYU Shanghai recognizes that diversity improves the progress of knowledge, innovation and problem solving. The diversity of NYU’s faculty is worthy of note and a point in which the university takes special pride. 07 | Our Faculty
  11. 11. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 08 | Our Students NYU Shanghai welcomed its inaugural undergraduate class in 2013, composed of 51% Chinese students who scored in the top percentile of the Gaokao, the national higher education entrance exam in China, and 49% of students drawn from the U.S. and globally. NYU Shanghai students spend one to three semesters in study away in New York, Abu Dhabi, or one of NYU’s 11 study away sites located in Europe, Africa, South America and Australia. Every non-Chinese student has a Chinese national student as a roommate. All students are required to live on campus during their freshman and sophomore years. Residential halls house two to three students to a room with a shared suite that includes a bathroom and kitchen. Free shuttle service is available between the Residence and the Academic Building in Pudong.
  12. 12. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 09 | Academics All students complete a core curriculum that includes programming in the Social Sciences, Humanities, Language, Mathematics and the Sciences. Our core curriculum is unique in that it includes courses with both a global focus as well as a specifically Chinese focus. All NYU Shanghai students must spend at least one, and may spend up to three, semesters studying elsewhere in the NYU Global Network. Current majors include the following -- others will be added in the future: Majors Biology Business and Finance Business & Marketing Chemistry Computer Engineering Computer Science Data Science Economics Electrical Engineering Global China Studies Honors Mathematics Integrated Humanities Interactive Media Arts Mathematics Neural Science Physics Social Science Coming Soon Interactive Media and Business To learn more about our truly innovative Core Curriculum visit us at https://shanghai.nyu.edu/academics
  13. 13. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Our faculty members are not just teachers, but leading knowledge-producers in their fields. Because of the small environment at Shanghai, students have access to research opportunities with faculty in any discipline. NYU Shanghai and our partner, East China Normal University, have joint research institutes in disciplines including: NYU-ECNU Institute of Mathematical Sciences at NYU Shanghai NYU-ECNU Center for Computational Chemistry at NYU Shanghai The NYU-ECNU Institute of Brain and Cognitive Science at NYU Shanghai NYU-ECNU Institute for Social Development at NYU Shanghai NYU-ECNU Institute of Physics at NYU Shanghai Volatility Institute The Center for Global Asia Faculty and students collaborate in research with counterparts in New York and Abu Dhabi, creating a large body of colleagues. Vibrant graduate research programs provide additional opportunities for Undergraduates. NYU Shanghai faculty may be eligible to serve as advisers to Doctoral students at NYU New York, ECNU and at other area Universities. Read the latest research news and more about our research institutes in our page https://shanghai.nyu.edu/research 10 | Research
  14. 14. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 11 | Why China & Why Shanghai China has a major global presence, supporting the largest economy in the world and playing a vital role in 21st century fashion, business, science, diplomacy and NGO activities. As the most populated country and an emerging economic leader China has become an increasingly important nation. China is at a moment of great transition going from a rural to post- industrial country in 50 years. An education that incorporates knowledge of Chinese society and culture will give our students a clear advantage for future success.
  15. 15. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University NYU Shanghai provides our students the opportunity to be a part of a transformative time in global history. In the past 30 years China has gone from being 20% Urban and 80% rural to more than 50% Urban. Shanghai is a cosmopolitan city that is walking friendly and home to spectacular parks, museums, shopping, entertainment and cuisine. Shanghai is a central transportation hub for traveling throughout China and Asia. NYU Shanghai’s campus is located in Lujiazui (Loo-gee-AH- zway) section of Pudong which is the center of Shanghai’s new financial district. This is the part of the city that houses the famous skyline, as seen in many promotional pictures of Shanghai. Our students get a world class NYU education while simultaneously engaging in this dynamic local environment. Shanghai is also one of the world’s great cities, with a population that surpasses 22 million people. The city of Shanghai represents both the past and the future, experienced through the present. In no other city will you find such an exciting and eclectic mix of historical, contemporary, and advanced architecture, culture and commerce. Shanghai and New York are cities that have much in common. China asked NYU to help provide a model for a different kind of higher education. NYU is in Shanghai and China to provide a model for the practice of education through the liberal arts; combining the best qualities of the American education system with the Chinese education system. The degree earned at Shanghai is recognized by both the US and China providing students unique opportunities and educational experiences.
  16. 16. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 13 | Academic Leadership Jeffrey Lehman is the Vice Chancellor of NYU Shanghai, where he oversees all academic and administrative operations. Lehman is an internationally acclaimed leader in higher education, having served as dean of the University of Michigan Law School, the eleventh president of Cornell University, and the founding dean of the Peking University School of Transnational Law. Prior to joining the University of Michigan Law School, Lehman served as law clerk to Frank M. Coffin, Chief Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and Associate Justice John Paul Stevens of the United States Supreme Court. He then spent four years at Caplin & Drysdale, a Washington, D.C. law firm. Throughout his professional and academic career, Lehman has volunteered his time and energy to nonprofit organizations that share his commitments in the fields of higher education, law, and technology. Vice Chancellor Lehman received an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Cornell University, an M.P.P. from the University of Michigan, and a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School. He is a multi-award winner for his work both in the US and abroad, including the Friendship Award, which is China’s highest honor for “foreign experts who have made outstanding contributions to the country’s economic and social progress.” Lehman is also a recipient of an honorary doctorate from Peking University. Joanna Waley-Cohen is the Provost for NYU Shanghai and Julius Silver Professor of History at New York University, where she has taught Chinese history since 1992. As Provost, she serves as NYU Shanghai’s chief academic officer, setting the university’s academic strategy and priorities, and overseeing academic appointments, research, and faculty affairs. Waley- Cohen received her B.A. (1974), and her M.A. (1977) in Chinese Studies from Cambridge University, where she was a member of Girton College, and her Ph.D. (1987) in History from Yale University. Her research interests include early modern Chinese history; China and the West; and Chinese imperial culture, especially in the Qianlong era. She has received many honors, including archival and postdoctoral fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies; Goddard and Presidential Fellowships from NYU; and an Olin Fellowship in Military and Strategic History from Yale. Waley-Cohen's books include The Culture of War in China: Empire and the Military under the Qing Dynasty (I.B. Tauris, 2006); The Sextants of Beijing: Global Currents in Chinese History (W.W. Norton, 1999); andExile in Mid-Qing China: Banishment to Xinjiang, 1758-1820 (Yale University Press, 1991). Her current scholarly projects include a revised history of imperialism in China, a study of daily life in China c.1800, and a history of culinary culture in early modern China.
  17. 17. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Eitan Zemel is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Strategy at NYU Shanghai. He also serves as the W. Edwards Deming Professor of Quality and Productivity and as the Vice Dean for Global Programs and for Executive Education at New York University Leonard N. Stern School of Business. Professor Zemel joined the faculty of the Stern School in 1998 and has served in a succession of leadership positions in the school including as Founding Chair of the IOMS Department (Information, Operations and Management Sciences) and as Vice Dean in charge of the MBA Program, the Langone Part Time MBA Program, the Executive MBA Program, the TRIUM Global Executive Program and the newly Launched Global Masters Program in Business Analytics, among others. Xiao-Jing Wang is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Research of NYU Shanghai, and Professor of Neural Science at New York University. Before joining NYU in the fall of 2012, Wang was Professor of Neurobiology at Yale University. At Yale he also served as the Director of the Swartz Center for Theoretical Neuroscience, and held secondary faculty appointments in Physics, Applied Mathematics and Psychology. Wang is an expert on the neurobiology of executive and cognitive functions. His group has pioneered neural circuit models of the prefrontal cortex, which is often called the “CEO of the brain”. In particular, Wang is known for his work on the cellular basis of short-term memory, neural mechanisms for decision- making, communication and synchronization through inhibitory neurons in the brain. His research group is now embarking on a new initiative of developing neurobiologically-realistic large-scale brain circuit models of cognition and flexible behavior.
  18. 18. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Maria E. Montoya is an Associate Professor of History at NYU and the Dean of Arts and Sciences at NYU Shanghai. She is the author of numerous articles on the History of the American West, Environmental, Labor and Latina/o history and of the book, Translating Property: The Maxwell Land Grant and the Conflict over Land in the American West, 1840-1900. She is the lead author on the U.S. History textbook, Global Americans: A Social and Global History of the United States. She is also finishing up a manuscript, Taking Care of American Workers: The Origins of Health Care in the American West, 1909-1950, which focuses on the western industrialists: John D. Rockefeller, Josephine Roche, and Henry Kaiser. The book examines their roles in defining the spheres of work and home life during the early 20 th century. Keith Ross is the Dean of Engineering and Computer Science at NYU Shanghai and the Leonard J. Shustek Distinguished Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at NYU. As Dean, he is responsible for recruitment of faculty, curriculum oversight, and intellectual development of engineering and computer science at NYU Shanghai. Ross is an expert on all matters relating to the Internet and Internet applications, including the design, modeling and measurement of the Internet, as well as societal issues surrounding the Internet. His research group has published extensively on Internet privacy, Internet piracy, peer-to-peer networks, Internet security, and video distribution in the Internet. Ross is the author (with James F. Kurose) of the textbook, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach (first edition in 2000, sixth edition 2012). Professor Ross is also the author of the research monograph, Multiservice Loss Models for Broadband Communication Networks, published by Springer in 1995.
  19. 19. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Yuxin Chen is the Dean of Business and Distinguished Global Professor of Business at NYU Shanghai. He also holds an affiliated appointment in the Department of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was the Polk Brothers Professor in Retailing and Professor of Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and Assistant Professor at NYU Stern School of Business. He holds a PhD and an MSBA in Marketing from Washington University in St. Louis and a BS in Physics from Fudan University. Professor Chen’s primary research areas include competitive strategies, data-driven marketing, Internet marketing, pricing, retailing, structural empirical models, Bayesian econometric methods, and behavioral economics. His research has appeared in publications such as the Journal of Marketing Research, Management Science, Marketing Science, and Quantitative Marketing and Economics. Professor Chen won the Frank M. Bass Dissertation Paper Award for best marketing paper derived from a PhD thesis published in an INFORMS-sponsored journal, and the 2001 John D.C. Little Award for the best marketing paper published in Marketing Science or Management Science for his research on targeted marketing. Nicholas E. Geacintov is currently a Professor of Chemistry at New York University in New York and the Vice Dean of Science at NYU Shanghai. He served as the Chair of the NYU Department of Chemistry for nearly ten years, and on many departmental and university committees, including the All University Promotion and Tenure committee. His current interests are in unraveling the mechanisms of the human defense mechanisms against DNA damage caused by endogenous and environmental chemicals, and he is co-author of over 400 research articles and the monograph Chemical Biology of DNA Damage (Wiley-VCH, 2010). He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the American Chemical Society, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a former President of the American Society for Photobiology, and recipient of the Margaret and Herman Sokol Faculty Award for Excellence in the Sciences in 2007 (NYU). He was a member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Biological Chemistry and the Journal Chemical Research in Toxicology and served as a member of numerous NIH review panels, including service as the Chair of the NIH Cancer Etiology Study Section. In addition to his administrative duties at NYU Shanghai, he currently teaches advanced undergraduate and graduate biophysical chemistry courses at NYU and supervises an active federally funded research laboratory.
  20. 20. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Map W. 16TH STREET W. 17TH STREET W. 18TH STREET E. 16TH STREET E. 17TH STREET E. 18TH STREET W. 15TH STREET E. 15TH STREET W. 14TH STREET E. 14TH STREET W. 13TH STREET SIXTHAVENUE FIFTHAVENUETHOMPSONSTREET SULLIVANSTREET LAGUARDIAPLACE MERCERSTREET GREENESTREET ASTOR PL. BROADWAY CROSBYSTREET LAFAYETTESTREET WASHINGTONSQ.EAST WASHINGTONSQ.WEST COOPERSQUARE COOPERSQUARE MULBERRYST. MOTTSTREET ELIZABETHST. BOWERY CHRYSTIESTREET WESTBROADWAY MACDOUGALSTREET SIXTHAVENUE UNIVERSITYPLACE THIRDAVENUE IRVINGPLACE SECONDAVENUE FIRSTAVENUE E. 13TH STREET W. 12TH STREET E. 12TH STREET W. 11TH STREET E. 11TH STREET W. 10TH STREET JONES ST. CORNELIA ST. SEVENTHAVENUE E. 10TH STREET W. 9TH STREET E. 9TH STREET W. 8TH STREET MACDOUGAL ALLEY WASHINGTON MEWS MINETTA LANE JONESALLEY E. 8TH STREET ST. MARKS PLACE E. 7TH STREET E. 6TH STREET E. 5TH STREET E. 4TH STREETE. 4TH STREETW. 4TH STREET WASHINGTON PLACEWASHINGTON PL. WAVERLY PLACE WASHINGTON SQUARE SOUTH WASHINGTON SQUARE NORTH E. 3RD STREETGREAT JONES STREETW. 3RD STREET E. 2ND STREETBOND STREET E. 1ST STREETBLEECKER STREET W. HOUSTON STREET W. HOUSTON STREET KING STREET E. HOUSTON STREET C H E L S E A G R A M E R C Y G R E E N W I C H V I L L A G E N O H O S O H O N O L I T A L O W E R E A S T S I D E E A S T V I L L A G E UNION SQUARE WASHINGTON SQUARE PARK STU YV ESA N T ST. FOURTH AVE BROADWAY C H A R LES ST. W . 10TH STREET C H RISTO PH ER ST. GROVEST. BARROW ST. BLEECKER STREET LEROY ST. CARMINE ST.DOW NING STREET 90 90 2 1 3 65 8 7 4 9 16 13 14 10 15 11 12 17 18 20 64 21 22 27 65 70 69 6867 71 72 7473 75 66 85 86 87 89 91 92 93 94 94 96 97 95 88 29 26 28 30 252423 31 32 36 3734 39 41 42 53 54 55 45 51 52 43 44 46 47 49 48 50 40 56 57 76 7877 79 80 58 61 60 62 59 63 35 33 38 M M2 3 M M M M PATH NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
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Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University 55 Academic Resource Center (B-2) 18 Washington Place 28 Africa House (B-2) 44 Washington Mews 17 Alumni Hall (C-2) 33 3rd Avenue 62 Alumni Relations (B-2) 25 West 4th Street 18 Barney Building (C-2) 34 Stuyvesant Street 72 Bobst Library (B-3) 70 Washington Square South 50 Bookstore and Computer Store (B-2) 726 Broadway 15 Brittany Hall (B-2) 55 East 10th Street 14 Bronfman Center (B-2) 7 East 10th Street Broome Street Residence (not on map) 400 Broome Street 39 Brown Building (B-2) 29 Washington Place 32 Cantor Film Center (B-2) 36 East 8th Street 46 Card Center (B-2) 7 Washington Place 2 Carlyle Court (B-1) 25 Union Square West 9 Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò (A-1) 24 West 12th Street 42 Center for Genomics and Systems Biology (B-2) 12-16 Waverly Place 95 Coles Sports and Recreation Center (B-3) 181 Mercer Street 38 College of Arts and Science (B-2) 100 Washington Square East College of Dentistry (not on map) 345 East 24th Street 50 College of Nursing (B-2) 726 Broadway 89 Copy Central (B-3) 547 La Guardia Place 3 Coral Towers (C-1) 129 3rd Avenue 77 Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences (B-3) 251 Mercer Street 85 D’Agostino Hall (A-3) 110 West 3rd Street 29 Deutsches Haus (B-2) 42 Washington Mews 55 East Building (B-2) 239 Greene Street 57 Education Building (B-2) 35 West 4th Street 24 Faculty of Arts and Science (B-2) 5 Washington Square North 11 Founders Hall (C-1) 120 East 12th Street 69 Furman Hall (A-3) 245 Sullivan Street 49 Gallatin School of Individualized Study (B-2) 1 Washington Place 70 Global Center for Academic and Spiritual Life (B-3) 238 Thompson Street 50 Global Liberal Studies (B-2) 726 Broadway 5 Global Programs, Student Services (B-1) 110 East 14th Street 22 Glucksman Ireland House (B-2) 1 Washington Mews 56 Goddard Hall (B-2) 79 Washington Square East 75 Gould Plaza (B-3) 23 Graduate School of Arts and Science (B-2) 1/2 5th Avenue Gramercy Green (not on map) 310 3rd Avenue Greenwich Hotel (not on map) 636 Greenwich Street 38 Grey Art Gallery (B-2) 100 Washington Square East 64 Hayden Hall (A-2) 33 Washington Square West Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (not on map) 15 East 84th Street Institute of Fine Arts (not on map) 1 East 78th Street 26 Institute of French Studies (B-2) 15 Washington Mews 74 Jeffrey S. Gould Welcome Center, Undergraduate Admissions, Alumni Drop-in (B-3) 50 West 4th Street 30 John W. Draper Program (B-2) 14 University Place 53 Joseph & Violet Pless Building (B-2) 82 Washington Square East 74 Kaufman Management Center (B-3) 44 West 4th Street 67 Kevorkian Center (A-3) 50 Washington Square South 41 Kimball Hall (B-2) 246 Greene Street 71 Kimmel Center for University Life (B-3) 60 Washington Square South 68 King Juan Carlos I of Spain Center (A-3) 53 Washington Square South 26 La Maison Française (B-2) 16 Washington Mews Lafayette Residence Hall (not on map) 80 Lafayette Street 50 Liberal Studies (B-2) 726 Broadway 16 Lillian Vernon Center (A-2) 58 West 10th Street 57 Loewe Theater (B-2) 35 West 4th Street 89 Mail Services (B-3) 547 La Guardia Place 91 Mercer Street Residence (B-3) 240 Mercer Street 78 Mercer Plaza (B-3) 63 Meyer Hall (B-2) 4 Washington Place 50 Moses Center for Students with Disabilities (B-2) 726 Broadway 88 Office of Global Services (B-3) 561 La Guardia Place 6 Palladium Athletic Facility (C-1) 140 East 14th Street 6 Palladium Hall (C-1) 140 East 14th Street 74 Undergraduate Admissions (B-3) 50 West 4th Street 5 University Hall (B-1) 110 East 14th Street 55 University Programs (B-2) 18 Washington Place 66 Vanderbilt Hall (A-3) 40 Washington Square South 53 Virginia and Muriel Pless Building (B-2) 82 Washington Square East 97 Wagner Graduate School of Public Service (C-3) 295 Lafayette Street 77 Warren Weaver Hall (B-3) 251 Mercer Street 6 Wasserman Center for Career Development (C-1) 140 East 14th Street 56 Washington Square East Galleries (B-2) 80 Washington Square East 90 Washington Square Village (B-3) 1-4 Washington Square Village 53 Washington Square Windows (B-2) 80 Washington Square East 39 Waverly Building (B-2) 24 Waverly Place 33 Weinstein Hall (B-2) 11 University Place 65 Wilf Hall (A-3) 139 MacDougal Street 35 10 Astor Place (B-2) 96 627 Broadway (B-3) 92 665 Broadway (B-3) 50 726 Broadway (B-2) 8 838 Broadway (B-1) 52 20 Cooper Square (C-2) 79 14 East 4th Street (B-3) 1 105 East 17th Street (B-1) 44 244 Greene Street (B-2) 80 383 Lafayette Street (C-3) 51 411 Lafayette Street (C-2) 86 130 MacDougal Street (A-3) 96 194 & 196 Mercer Street (B-3) 43 285 Mercer Street (B-2) 37 111-113 2nd Avenue (C-2) 87 230 Sullivan Street (A-3) 31 19 University Place (B-2) 60 10 Washington Place (B-2) 21 19 Washington Square North (NYUAD) (A-2) 20 22 Washington Square North (A-2) 62 25 West 4th Street (B-2) 60 19 West 4th Street (B-2) 11 West 42nd Street (not on map) 15 Barclay Street (not on map) This campus map is the gift of JEFFREY S. GOULD, WSC ‘79 Updated Fall, 2014 47 Philosophy Building (B-2) 5 Washington Place 54 Pless Annex (B-2) 26 Washington Place 65 Provincetown Playhouse (A-3) 133 MacDougal Street 63 Psychology Building (B-2) 6 Washington Place 46 Public Safety Administration Building (B-2) 7 Washington Place 46 Public Safety Command Center (B-2) 7 Washington Place 97 Puck Building (C-3) 295 Lafayette Street 50 Residential Life and Housing Services (C-3) 726 Broadway 13 Rubin Hall (B-2) 35 5th Avenue 34 Rufus D. Smith Hall (B-2) 25 Waverly Place 7 School of Professional Studies (B-1) 7 East 12th Street 66 School of Law (A-3) 40 Washington Square South 73 Schwartz Plaza (B-3) 93 Second Street Residence (C-3) 1 East 2nd Street 36 Seventh Street Residence (C-2) 40 East 7th Street 74 Shimkin Hall (B-3) 50 West 4th Street 38 Silver Center for Arts and Science (B-2) 100 Washington Square East 25 Silver School of Social Work (B-2) 1 Washington Square North 94 Silver Towers (B-3) 100 Bleeker Street 71 Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (B-3) 566 LaGuardia Place 68 Skirball Department (A-3) 53 Washington Square South 53 Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development (B-2) 82 Washington Square East 74 Stern School of Business, Graduate Program (B-3) 44 West 4th Street 76 Stern School of Business, Undergraduate College (B-3) 40 West 4th Street 50 Student Health Center (B-2) 726 Broadway 71 Student Resource Center (B-3) 60 Washington Square South 62 Student Services Center Office of the University Registrar, Bursar and Financial Aid (B-2) 25 West 4th Street 12 Third Avenue North Residence (C-1) 75 3rd Avenue 4 Thirteenth Street Residence (A-1) 47 West 13th Street 76 Tisch Hall (B-3) 40 West 4th Street 48 Tisch School of the Arts (B-2) 721 Broadway 41 Torch Club (B-2) 18 Waverly Place
  22. 22. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University
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  24. 24. Offices of Faculty Affairs Faculty Recruitment NYU Shanghai New York University Faculty Affairs Casey M. Owens Assistant Director of Faculty Affairs Email: cmw10@nyu.edu Faculty Recruitment Vincent Sibilia Manager Email: vs64@nyu.edu

For this project I worked with NYU senior leadership and faculty recruitment managers to create visually appealing recruitment materials within a defined production budget and timeline. New materials were created using Adobe InDesign and will be used for Fall 2016-2017 faculty recruitment.

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