Roosevelt House Faculty Associates are appointed from the Hunter Faculty for a renewable three year term.
Hunter College’s distinguished Roosevelt House Faculty Associates provide the backbone for the important work that takes place at Roosevelt House. Roosevelt House Faculty Associates participate in a wide variety of activities: they develop, guide and teach in the Public Policy and Human Rights Programs; undertake research that informs better policymaking; lead and participate in interdisciplinary faculty seminars; serve on Roosevelt House faculty committees; participate in conferences, lectures and public programs; and otherwise generously contribute their time and expertise towards the shared goal of enhancing the lively and growing academic community at Roosevelt House.
- Matthew G. Lasner – “Affordable Housing in New York City: Then and Now”
- Community Matters: Service-Learning in Engaged Design and Planning, co-edited by Sigmund C. Shipp (Urban Affairs and Planning)
- Faculty Associate Nancy Foner (Sociology) Co-authors Paper Comparing Immigration Integration in U.S. and Western Europe
- Roosevelt House Launches Series of Issue Briefs on Affordable Housing
- Roosevelt House Faculty Associate Howard Chernick Receives Fulbright Award
- Professor Roseanna Flores (Psychology) Participates in UN Briefing on the Status of Children Around the World
- Making the Emergent City: A Panel Discussion
- Lethal but Legal: Corporations, Consumption, and Protecting Public Health
- Human Rights in Malaysia: Student-Faculty Lunch with Andrew Khoo