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List of New York University faculty

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Following is a partial list of notable faculty (either past, present or visiting) of New York University. As of 2014, among NYU's past and present faculty, there are at least 159 Guggenheim Fellows, over 7 Lasker Award winners, and at least 68 are currently elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.[1]

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Nobel laureates

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
Robert Aumann Oskar Morgenstern professor, 1997 2005 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [2]
Saul Bellow professor 1976 Nobel Prize in Literature [3]
Baruj Benacerraf professor 1956–1968 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine [4]
Joseph Brodsky fellow, New York Institute for the Humanities 1987 Nobel Prize in Literature [5]
Robert F. Engle professor 1999– 2003 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [6]
Rudolf Eucken lecturer 1913–1914 1908 Nobel Prize in Literature [7]
James Heckman associate adjunct professor 1972 2000 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [8]
Avram Hershko adjunct professor 1998– 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry [9]
Eric R. Kandel MED 1955, M.D.; Associate Professor 1965–74 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine [10]
Tjalling Koopmans professor, 1940 1975 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [11]
Wassily Leontief professor 1975–1999 1973 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [12]
Otto Loewi professor 1940–1961 1936 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine [13]
Rudolph Marcus professor 1946–1952, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, 1960–1961, NYU Courant Institute 1992 Nobel Prize in Chemistry [14]
Robert S. Mulliken professor 1926–1928 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry [15]
Gunnar Myrdal visiting professor 1974 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [16]
Severo Ochoa professor 1942–1974 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine [17]
Edmund Phelps professor 1978–1979 2006 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [18]
Edward C. Prescott Shinsei visiting professor 2005– 2004 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [19]
Paul A. Samuelson visiting professor 1970 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [20]
Thomas Sargent professor 2002– 2011 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [21]
Wole Soyinka Scholar-in-Residence 1986 Nobel Prize in Literature [22]
Michael Spence professor 2010– 2001 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [23][24]
Paul Romer Professor 2010- (on leave) 2018 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics [25]

American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Members of the National Academy of Sciences

Members of the National Academy of Engineering

Guggenheim Fellows

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
Jack Wolf professor 1963–1965, NYU Courant Institute, 1965–1973, NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow (1979)
K. R. Sreenivasan professor at NYU Courant Institute and NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Leopold B. Felsen professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Ivan Frisch professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow [32]
Paul Peter Ewald professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Richard Aaker Trythall professor at NYU Florence Guggenheim Fellow (1967)
David J. Pine professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Elliott Waters Montroll professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Joseph Wood Krutch professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Eugene Genovese professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Herbert Freeman professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Nicholas J. Hoff professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Paul M. Doty professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering Guggenheim Fellow
Jeff Cheeger professor, NYU Courant Institute Guggenheim Fellow
Lai-Sang Young professor, NYU Courant Institute Guggenheim Fellow
Percy Deift professor, NYU Courant Institute Guggenheim Fellow
Michael Heidelberger professor 1964–1991, NYU School of Medicine In 1934 and 1936 he received the Guggenheim Fellowship
Thomas A. Abercrombie professor, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Guggenheim Fellow
Paul Horwich professor, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Guggenheim Fellow
Frances Kamm professor, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Guggenheim Fellow
Mark L. Gertler professor, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Guggenheim Fellow
Kristin Ross professor, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Guggenheim Fellow
Darin Strauss professor, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Guggenheim Fellow; winner of National Book Critics Circle Award
Rebecca Goldstein professor, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Guggenheim Fellow
Krishna Palem professor, NYU Courant Institute Guggenheim Fellow

MacArthur Fellows

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
Arthur G. Amsterdam Professor of Law 1989 MacArthur Fellow
Harold Bloom Berg Professor of English 1985 MacArthur Fellow
Rebecca Goldstein Professor of English 1996 MacArthur Fellow
Joan Breton Connelly Professor of Art History 1996 MacArthur Fellow
Faye D. Ginsburg Professor of Anthropology 1994 MacArthur Fellow
Fritz John Professor of Mathematics 1984 MacArthur Fellow
Galway Kinnell Professor of Creative Writing 1984 MacArthur Fellow
Sylvia A. Law LAW 1968, J.D.; professor 1983 MacArthur Fellow
David Levering Lewis Professor of History 1999 MacArthur Fellow
Ruth Watson Lubic Adjunct Professor 1993 MacArthur Fellow
Paule Marshall Professor of English 1992 MacArthur Fellow
Deborah Meier Research Scholar, Steinhardt 1987 MacArthur Fellow
Chudnovsky brothers Math professors, Tandon School of Engineering MacArthur Fellows
George Perle GSAS 1956, Ph.D.; professor of music 1974 MacArthur Fellow
Charles S. Peskin Professor of Mathematics 1983 MacArthur Fellow
Robert Shapley Professor of Neurology 1986 MacArthur Fellow
Anna Deavere Smith Professor of Performance Studies 1996 MacArthur Fellow
Deborah Willis Professor of Photography 2000 MacArthur Fellow
Rita P. Wright Professor of Anthropology 1988 MacArthur Fellow
Horng-Tzer Yau Professor of Mathematics 2000 MacArthur Fellow

Rhodes Scholars

National Medals for Science, Technology and Innovation, Arts and Humanities recipients

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
Kurt O. Friedrichs professor 1938–1974 at NYU Courant Institute 1976 National Medal of Science recipient
S. R. Srinivasa Varadhan professor at NYU Courant Institute 2010 National Medal of Science recipient
Louis Nirenberg professor at NYU Courant Institute 1995 National Medal of Science recipient
Joseph Keller professor at NYU Courant Institute 1988 National Medal of Science recipient
Cathleen Synge Morawetz professor at NYU Courant Institute 1998 National Medal of Science recipient
Michael Heidelberger professor 1964–1991 at NYU School of Medicine 1967 National Medal of Science recipient
Severo Ochoa professor 1942–1974 at NYU School of Medicine 1979 National Medal of Science recipient
Herman Francis Mark professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering 1979 National Medal of Science recipient
Rudolph A. Marcus professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering 1989 National Medal of Science recipient
Jerome Swartz professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering 1999 National Medal of Technology recipient
W. Edwards Deming professor 1987 National Medal of Technology recipient
Ernst Weber professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering 1987 National Medal of Science recipient
Gregory Breit professor at NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science 1967 National Medal of Science recipient
Peter Lax professor at NYU Courant Institute 1986 National Medal of Science recipient
Zelda Fichandler professor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts 1996 National Medal of Arts recipient
Anna Deavere Smith professor at NYU Tisch School of the Arts 2013 National Humanities Medal recipient
Rebecca Goldstein professor at NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science 2015 National Humanities Medal recipient
James  McBride (writer) professor at NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science 2016 National Humanities Medal recipient
Bernard Brodie (biochemist) professor at NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science 1968 National Medal of Science recipient

Abel Prize recipients

College of Arts and Science (undergraduate and graduate)

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
Suketu Mehta Associate professor, journalism, current writer, Maximum City [38]
Richard Aaker Trythall Professor, music theory composer, pianist
Saul Bellow Writer Professor 1976 Nobel Prize in Literature
Harold Bloom Literary critic Berg Professor of English 1985 MacArthur Fellow
Faye D. Ginsburg Scholar Professor of Anthropology 1994 MacArthur Fellow
Galway Kinnell Poet Professor 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry
Wassily Leontief Economist Professor 1975–1999 1973 Nobel Prize in Economics
Otto Loewi Pharmacologist Professor 1940–1961 1936 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Ruth Watson Lubic Scholar Adjunct Professor 1993 MacArthur Fellow
Paule Marshall Writer Professor of English 1992 MacArthur Fellow
Robert S. Mulliken Physicist, chemist Professor 1926–1928 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Rita P. Wright Scholar Professor of Anthropology 1988 MacArthur Fellow

Tandon School of Engineering (formerly Polytechnic School of Engineering)

Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences

This is a small selection of Courant's famous faculty over the years and a few of their distinctions:[59]

Stern School of Business

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
Vincent Bastien Professor, current TRIUM Global Executive MBA Professor
Jennifer N. Carpenter Professor, current Associate Professor of Finance
Aswath Damodaran Professor, current Kerschner Family Chair in Finance Education
Ed Elton Professor, current Nomura Professor of Finance; Academic Director of Stern Doctoral Program
Ken Froewiss Professor, current Clinical Professor of Finance and Academic Director of Executive Programs
Dan Gode Professor, current Clinical Associate Professor of Accounting
Jonathan Haidt Professor, current Thomas Cooley Professor of Ethical Leadership
Peter Blair Henry Professor, current Dean, NYU Stern; Dean Richard R. West Professorship in Business; William R. Berkley Professor of Economics & Finance
Ernest Kurnow Professor, late chairman Business Statistics professor; on NYU faculty since 1948[60]
Alexander Ljungqvist Professor, current Research Professor of Finance; Ira Rennert Professor of Entrepreneurship; Research Director, Berkley Center
Sonia Marciano Professor, current Clinical Associate Professor of Management and Organizations
Michael Posner Professor, current Professor of Business and Society
Thomas Pugel Professor, current Vice Dean of Executive Programs and Professor of Economics and Global Business
Paul Romer Professor, current Professor of Economics. World Bank Chief Economist. [61]
Nouriel Roubini Professor, current Professor of Economics and International Business
Thomas Sargent Professor, current William R. Berkley Professor of Economics and Business
Anthony Saunders Professor, current John M. Schiff Professor of Finance
Michael Spence Professor, current William R. Berkley Professor in Economics & Business
Raghu Sundaram Professor, current Professor of Finance; Yamaichi Faculty Fellow
Arun Sundararajan Professor, current Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences; NEC Faculty Fellow
Richard Sylla Professor, current History of Financial Institutions and Markets professor
Lawrence J. White Professor, current Robert Kavesh Professor of Economics
Eitan Zemel Professor, current Vice Dean for Strategic Initiatives and the W. Edwards Deming Professor of Quality and Productivity
Larry Zicklin Professor, current Clinical Professor at Stern; Neuberger Berman’s Chairman of the Board

Tisch School of the Arts

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
D. B. Gilles Teaches screenwriting four plays published by Dramatists Play Service [62]
Marketa Kimbrell Taught directing and acting taught film directing and acting from 1970 to 2006; founder of the New York Street Theater Caravan [63]
Susan Sandler Teaches screenwriting and directing wrote plays and screenplays including Crossing Delancey [64]

Gallatin School of Individualized Study

Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

  • Richard Arum, sociologist of education
  • Roscoe Brown, education professor, one of the Tuskegee Airmen
  • Meg Bussert, actress, singer, music theatre professor
  • Eduardus Halim, pianist, professor, inaugural holder of the Sascha Gorodnitzki Chair in Piano Studies at NYU
  • Martha Hill, dance instructor and director of NYU’s Dance Education program
  • James Weldon Johnson, author, civil rights activist, educator, lawyer, songwriter, diplomat
  • sj Miller, Deputy Director of Educational Equity
  • Marion Nestle, Paulette Goddard Professor of Nutrition and Food Studies, author, blogger
  • Neil Postman, education reformer, humanist, social visionary, author, media critic, and creator of the NYU’s Department of Media Ecology
  • Diane Ravitch, historian of education, educational policy analyst, research professor, and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Education
  • Louise Rosenblatt, author of Literature as Exploration, noted scholar on the teaching of literature, and director of NYU's doctoral program in English Education
  • John Scofield, jazz-rock guitarist and composer
  • Jacob Weinberg, pianist and composer[65]
  • Hale Woodruff, printmaker, muralist, draftsman, painter
  • Stefaan Verhulst, Adjunct Professor in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU. Senior Associated Fellow in the Programme in Comparative Media Law and Policy at Oxford University

Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

School of Law

NYU Law has the second highest number of faculty who are members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences with 19 inductees, behind only Harvard.[66]

Some of NYU's notable professors include:

School of Medicine

Silver School of Social Work

Notable faculty include:

NYU Abu Dhabi

Notable faculty include:

NYU Shanghai

Professor emeriti and other notable faculty

Name Relation to NYU Notability Reference
Steven E. Koonin Professor Former provost of California Institute of Technology
David Leebron Professor 7th President of Rice University
Jeffrey S. Lehman Professor Former president of Cornell University
Alfred Bloom Professor Former president of Swarthmore College
Yusef Komunyakaa Professor Pulitzer Prize winner
Christopher L. Eisgruber Professor 20th and current President of Princeton University
Jack Lew Professor 76th United States Secretary of the Treasury
Martin Hairer Professor Fields Medal winner
Frances E. Allen Professor Turing Award winner
Louis Nirenberg Professor Abel Prize winner
Thomas A. Abercrombie Professor, current winner of the 2004–2005 Guggenheim Fellowship
Martin Davis Professor Emeritus Davis is the co-inventor of the Davis–Putnam algorithm and the DPLL algorithms. He is also known for his model of Post–Turing machines.
Philip Alston Professor, current John Norton Pomeroy Professor of Law; the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Extrajudicial, Summary or Arbitrary executions
David Copperfield (illusionist) Professor Taught a course in magic
Cammy Myler Professor American luger who was a member of the U.S. National Luge Team from 1985 to 1998 and competed on four Winter Olympics teams
Edward Altman Professor, 1977 – inventor of the "Altman Z-Score"
Yehuda Amichai Poet in residence awarded the 1969 Brenner Prize, 1976 Bialik Prize, and 1982 Israel Prize
Awam Amkpa Professor, current; director of NYU's Africana studies drama professor and professor
Jacob M. Appel Visiting faculty, current bioethicist, authority on euthanasia [68]
Roger S. Bagnall Visiting Professor Director of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) at NYU
Henry Martyn Baird B.A. 1850, Professor 1859–1906 historian of the Huguenots
William Baumol professor member of National Academy of Science
Saul Bellow Professor 1976 Nobel Prize in Literature
Baruj Benacerraf Professor 1956–1968 1980 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Marsha Berger Professor member of National Academy of Science
Ben Bernanke Visiting Professor 1993 Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board
Carl Bernstein Professor 1973 Pulitzer Prize (Watergate)
Ned Block Professor 1996– contributed to matters of consciousness and cognitive science
Paul Boghossian Professor, current Professor of Philosophy
Richard Bona Professor, current jazz bassist and composer
Steven Brams Professor 1969 – known for his research on voting systems and approval voting
McGeorge Bundy Professor of History (1979–1989) National Security Advisor under John F. Kennedy
John Canemaker Professor, current Academy Award-winning independent animator, animation historian
Norman Cantor Professor 1978–2004 medievalist
Jorge Castañeda Visiting Professor Secretary of State of Mexico
Domingo Cavallo Guest Lecturer former Minister of Finance, Republic of Argentina
Paul Chaikin professor, current physicist
Herrick Chapman Professor since 1992 historian of France
Jeff Cheeger Professor member of National Academy of Science
Stephen F. Cohen Professor scholar of history and foreign relations of Russia
Dalton Conley Professor, current sociologist
Joan Breton Connelly Professor, current classical archaeologist and Professor of Classics and Art History at New York University; appointed to the Cultural Property Advisory Committee by President George W. Bush in 2003; awarded MacArthur Fellowship in 1996
David Copperfield Professor taught a course on magic at the age of sixteen
Richard Courant Professor noted for the development of the finite element method
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita Professor, current political scientist
E. L. Doctorow Professor author of Ragtime
Denis Donoghue Professor, current Irish literary critic; Henry James Chair of English and American Letters at New York University
Norman Dorsen Professor, current former president of the American Civil Liberties Union, 1976–1991
John William Draper Professor, 1840–1881 founder and former president of the Medical School
Peter F. Drucker Professor, 1950–1972 major contributor to management theory
Troy Duster Professor, current sociologist
Ronald Dworkin Professor, –2013 clerked for Judge Learned Hand of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; winner of the 2007 Holberg International Memorial Prize
William Easterly Professor 2003– economist
Robert F. Engle Professor 1999– 2003 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics
Niall Ferguson Professor author of Empire: How Britain Made the Modern World
Zelda Fichandler Professor, current National Medal of Arts winner in 1996; inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame in 1999
Hartry Field Professor, current philosopher
Kit Fine Professor, current Silver Professor of Philosophy
Joel Fink Professor, former Associate Dean of Roosevelt University
Erich Fromm Professor of psychiatry 1962–1974 German-American psychologist and philosopher
Mark L. Gertler Professor, current macroeconomist; Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Economics at New York University; Guggenheim Fellowship
Carol Gilligan Professor known for her work on ethical community and ethical relationships
Vivien Goldman Professor, Clive Davis School of Recorded Music wrote the first biography of Bob Marley
Stephen Jay Gould Vincent Astor Visiting Professor known for his development of the evolutionary biology theory of punctuated equilibrium and his scientific writings
Percy Grainger Professor, 1932–1940 inventor of the Free Music Machine, the forerunner of the synthesizer
Rinne Groff Professor, Tisch School of the Arts recipient of the Whiting Writers' Award in 2005 for plays
Mikhail Gromov Jay Gould Professor of Mathematics made major contributions to metric geometry and symplectic geometry
David Heeger Professor, current neuroscientist; son of Nobel laureate chemist Alan J. Heeger
Daniel Webster Hering Dean credited with taking the first human x-ray in the United States
Avram Hershko Adjunct Professor 1998– 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Sidney Hook Professor, 1927–1972 philosopher who championed pragmatism
Paul Horwich Professor, current philosopher, Guggenheim Fellowship
Natalie Jeremijenko Professor, current photographer, founder of xDesign Environmental Health Clinic
Jotham Johnson Chairman of Classics archaeologist; former President of Archaeological Institute of America [69]
Boyan Jovanovic Professor, current economist, Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Tony Judt Professor director of Erich Maria Remarque Institute; author of Postwar
Frances Kamm Professor philosopher, winner of a Guggenheim Fellowship
Eric Kandel Professor former faculty member at the New York University Medical School; winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Richard Kayne Professor of Linguistics, current developed the theory of antisymmetry
Elias Khoury Professor Lebanese writer and critic
Israel Kirzner Professor emeritus, current economist, leading proponent of the Austrian School of Economics.
Jason King Professor, Artistic Director of NYU's Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music writer, pop critic, music manager
Galway Kinnell Professor, 1993 – 1982 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry
Stewart Krentzman Instructor CEO of Oki Data Americas, Inc.
Carol Herselle Krinsky Professor architectural historian [70]
Mattias Kumm Professor, current holds a Research Professorship on "Globalization and the Rule of Law" at the Social Science Research Center (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung, WZB) and Humboldt University in Berlin
Saul Krugman Professor developed first vaccine against hepatitis B
Peter Lax Professor, current member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences; awarded the National Medal of Science in 1986, the Wolf Prize in 1987 and the Abel Prize in 2005
Joseph E. LeDoux Professor, current neuroscientist
Spike Lee Film professor in the Tisch School of the Arts, current actor, director, producer, social activist
Wassily Leontief Professor, 1975–1999 1973 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics
Pierre N. Leval Professor Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit
David Levering Lewis Professor, current Julius Silver University Professor and Professor of History
Otto Loewi Professor 1940–1961 1936 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Gary Marcus Professor, Current Psychology Robert L. Fantz award, cognitive development
Colin McLeod Professor, 1941–1970 established that genes are made of DNA
Theodor Meron Professor President, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
Cheryl Mills Current Senior Vice President for Operations and Administration former Deputy Counsel to President Bill Clinton; lead defense attorney in his 1999 Senate Impeachment
Cathleen Synge Morawetz Professor, current mathematician, winner of the National Medal of Science in 1983 and 1988
Samuel F. B. Morse Professor, 1832–? inventor of Morse Code
Brian Morton Professor, current academic and novelist
Robert S. Mulliken Professor, 1926–1928 1966 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Gunnar Myrdal Visiting professor 1974 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics
Thomas Nagel Professor scholar, philosophy of mind
Marion Nestle Professor, current nutritionist
Ronald K. Noble Professor of law Interpol Secretary General 2000–present
Conor Cruise O'Brien Professor Irish politician and academic
Severo Ochoa Professor, 1942–1974 winner of 1959 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine
Sharon Olds Professor, current English creative writing teacher
Bertell Ollman Full professor
Henry Bamford Parkes Professor author of Gods and Men, The Origins of Western Culture and A History of Mexico
Cyrus Patell Professor, current American literature and cultural critic
Adam Penenberg Professor uncovered the journalistic fraud of The New Republic reporter Stephen Glass
F. E. Peters Professor, 1961– pioneer in comparative study of Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Amir Pnueli Professor of Computer Science, current winner of the 1996 Turing Award
Martin Pope Professor Emeritus physical chemist, winner of the 2006 Davy Medal
Neil Postman 1959–2003 author of Amusing Ourselves to Death; founder of media ecology program
Mary Louise Pratt Professor, current Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures
Joseph Ransohoff Professor, 1962–1992 physician
Debraj Ray Professor, current economist
Richard Revesz Professor, current Dean of New York University School of Law
Robert Rosenblum Professor art historian and curator
Kristin Ross Professor, current professor of comparative literature, recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship from 1999 to 2000
Ariel Rubinstein Professor, current Israeli economist
Curt Sachs Professor, 1937–1953 co-author of the Sachs–Hornbostel scheme
Naomi Sager Professor, 1965–1995 pioneer in computational linguistics; Director of the Linguistic String Project
Paul A. Samuelson Visiting professor winner of 1970 Bank of Sweden Prize in Economics
Thomas Sargent Professor one of the leaders of the rational expectations revolution; Berkeley Professor of Economics and Business
Peter Sarnak Professor, 2001–2005 mathematician
Mary Schmidt Professor, current Dean of the Tisch School of the Arts, fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
John Scofield Professor, current jazz fusion guitarist and composer
Richard Sennett Professor, current Fellow of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, American Academy of Arts and Sciences and Royal Society of Literature; founding director of the New York Institute for the Humanities
Bob Shrum Professor Democratic political consultant
Richard Sieburth Professor, current translator, essayist and editor
Alan Sokal Professor known for the Sokal Affair
John James Stevenson Professor Emeritus, 1872-1909 geologist; President of the Geological Society of America in 1898 [71]
Darin Strauss Adjunct Professor, 2000–present author of Chang & Eng and The Real McCoy; 2005 teaching award winner; 2006 Guggenheim Fellowship
Marti G. Subrahmanyam Professor, current Charles E. Merrill Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business
Edward Sullivan Professor taught English as a Second Language at New York University for 15 years
Henry Philip Tappan Professor of philosophy first President of the University of Michigan
Allen Tate Professor, 1948–1951 author, Ode to the Confederate Dead
Ngugi wa Thiongo Visiting professor Kenyan activist
Lewis Thomas Dean, NYU School of Medicine
S. R. Srinivasa Varadhan Professor, current mathematician, 2007 winner of the Abel Prize
Akshay Venkatesh Professor, current mathematician, winner of the 2007 Salem Prize
Ludwig von Mises Professor, 1945–1969 leader of the Austrian School of Economics
Lawrence Weschler Professor, current Director of the New York Institute for the Humanities
Suzanne Weyn Guest instructor, 1988–1989 author of over forty novels
Thomas Wolfe author
Lawrence Wright Professor, current Fellow at the Center for Law and Security at the New York University School of Law, author of The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda and the Road to 9/11
Robert J.C. Young Professor, current postcolonial theorist, writer and historian
Ronald W. Zweig Professor, current Israeli historian, member of the Historical Advisory Panel to the National Archives in Washington, D.C.
Eero P. Simoncelli Professor, current Won a Technology & Engineering Emmy Award [72]
Meredith Broussard Assistant Professor, current Assistant Professor at Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, Author of Artificial Unintelligence [73]

New York University Presidents

Name Relation to NYU Years Reference
James M. Matthews 1st President 1831–1839
Theodore Frelinghuysen 2nd President 1839–1850, U.S. Senator [74]
Isaac Ferris 3rd President 1853–1870
Howard Crosby 4th President 1870–1881
John Hall 5th President 1881–1891
Henry Mitchell MacCracken 6th President 1891–1911, developer of the University Heights Campus
Elmer Ellsworth Brown 7th President 1911–1933
Harry Woodburn Chase 8th President 1933–1951
James Loomis Madden Acting Chancellor 1951–1952
Henry Townley Heald 9th President 1952–1956
Carroll Vincent Newsom 10th President 1956–1962
James McNaughton Hester 11th President 1962–1975
John C. Sawhill 12th President 1975–1980
Ivan Loveridge Bennett Acting President 1980–1981
John Brademas 13th President 1981–1991, United States House of Representatives
L. Jay Oliva 14th President 1991–2002
John Sexton 15th President 2003–2015
Andrew D. Hamilton 16th President 2016–present

New York University founders

Founders of NYU include:

See also

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