Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy collection
- Collection Overview
- Historical Note
- Scope and Content of Collection
- Organization and Arrangement
- Administrative Information
- Related Materials
- Keywords for Searching Related Subjects
- Other Finding Aids note
- Collection Inventory
- Series I. General
- Series II. Center for New York City Affairs
- Series III. Community Development Research Center (CDRC)
- Series IV. Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA)
Guide to the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy collection
New School Institutional Collections
- Collection Identifier
J.M. Kaplan Center for New York City Affairs.
Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy.
Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy collection, 1965-2016, (Bulk, 1988-2010)
7 linear ft: 6 boxes, 5 folders; 15.7 gb (5,278 files); 26 1/4 inch audio cassettes, 7 VHS cassettes
- Language of Materials
English and Spanish
The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy (as of 2019, the Milano School of Policy, Management and Environment) is a graduate division at The New School housed within the Schools of Public Engagement. This collection consists of administrative, promotional, and curricular materials from Milano and its predecessor schools, as well as publications and transcripts from events organized by Milano. The collection covers over fifty years in the history of the school, from its roots in the Center for New York City Affairs, which was founded in 1965, to the 2010s. The material in this collection includes paper records, electronic files, and audiovisual recordings.
Preferred Citation note
[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy, NS.02.10.01, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.
The Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy was established in 1978 as the Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions (GSMUP). As of 2019, the school is known as the Milano School of Policy, Management and Environment. The Center for New York City Affairs (CNYCA), also known as the J.M. Kaplan Center for New York City Affairs, was founded in 1964 and became part of GSMUP in 1978.
Several of the original programs at GSMUP were originally administered by CNYCA: Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis, Human Resources and Manpower Development, Gerontological Services Administration, Health Services Administration, and Tourism and Travel Administration. CNYCA transferred its degree teaching function to GSMUP when the school was established but retained responsibility for a continuing education program in urban affairs and the publication of City Almanac (a bi-monthly publication) and The Fiscal Observer (a bi-weekly publication).
In addition to the five programs transferred from CNYCA, GSMUP added programs in Fundraising Management (Summer 1978) and Management Auditing (Spring 1979). The programs offered by GSMUP did not remain static over the years. Some were combined, some were added and some were dropped, reflecting the changing research priorities of the School. By the time GSMUP was re-branded as the Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy in 1989, only four programs were offered: Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis, Human Resources Management, Health Services Administration, and Non-profit Management.
In 1996, university trustee Robert J. Milano's name was added to the School. In 2011, the school was renamed "The Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy," following the merger of the Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions with the graduate program in International Affairs, which up to then had been a separate entity. As of 2015, international affairs again split off from Milano to become the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs. At this time Milano was renamed the Milano School of Policy, Management, and Environment. Both International Affairs and Milano are situated within the division known, as of 2019, as the Schools of Public Engagement.
"Center for New York City Affairs Spring 1965 Courses Inaugural Program." New School Bulletin. Volume 22, Number 9. 14 December 1964. Accessed online 8 August 2016: http://digitalarchives.library.newschool.edu/index.php/Detail/objects/NS030102_bull2209
"About Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy." Website. Accessed 8 August 2016: http://www.newschool.edu/public-engagement/milano-school-about/
Scope and Content of Collection
The Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy collection consists of administrative, promotional, and curricular materials, as well as publications by Milano faculty and researchers, and materials from Milano-sponsored events. The collection covers over fifty years in the history of the school, from its roots in the Center for New York City Affairs, which was founded in 1964, to the 2010s. The material in this collection is in a variety of formats: paper records, electronic files, and audiovisual recordings.
The collection is organized into four series: General, Center for New York City Affairs, Community Development Research Center, and Graduate Program in International Affairs.
The first series, General, contains administrative files, promotional material, handbooks, program assessments and development plans, and files related to faculty and staff. Reports, events, and conferences hosted by Milano, but not by a specific program within the school, are in this series. Also included are files from the Community Development Finance Lab, a Milano course that pairs students with community organizations, and the Milano Mangement Information Exchange (Milano MiX), a resource developed by Milano for community development corporations. The series includes electronic files from the offices of the Dean and Associate Dean for Student Affairs. Additionally, audiovisual material, including some event recordings and promotional videos, are found in this series.
The second series is material from the Center for New York City Affairs (CNYCA), the founding program of Milano. It includes course catalogs, promotional material, and publications. Materials from events hosted by the CNYCA include programs, photographs, and planning documents from the annual Fiorello H. La Guardia Awards Dinner, which honored individuals who made significant contributions to New York City. A recording of the dinner at which former President Bill Clinton received the award is also included. This series does not include issues of CNYCA's publication The Fiscal Observer or City Almanac, which are found in the New School periodicals collection (NS.05.06.01).
The third series covers the work of Milano's Community Development Research Center (CDRC), an interdisciplinary research center focused on low-income urban neighborhoods. The bulk of this series consists of published reports sponsored by the CDRC. Assorted other documents include a program brochure, project summaries, and a grant application.
The fourth series contains documents from the Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA), which was established in 2001. As of 2019, this program is now known as the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs, and is organizationally separate from Milano within the Schools of Public Engagement. This series includes promotional material, and administrative and curricular files. The bulk of this series is material from events and conferences sponsored by the GPIA. Also included is material from the Observatory on Latin America, a GPIA program that hosts events and conferences that foster understanding of and dialogue with Latin American countries.
Organization and Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically by subject in 4 series
- General, 1974-2014
- Center for New York City Affairs, 1965-2016
- Community Development Research Center (CDRC), 1989-2004
- Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA), 2001-2014
New School Institutional Collections - November 5, 2019
New York, NY, 10011
Preferred Citation note
[Identification of item], [date (if known)], Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy, NS.02.10.01, box __, folder __, New School Archives and Special Collections, The New School, New York, New York.
Collection is open for research use. Please contact email@example.com for appointment.
To publish images of material or use recordings from this collection, permission must be obtained in writing from The New School Archives and Special Collections. Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Custodial History note
Initial collection created by librarian Carmen Hendershott. New School Archives staff has periodically added to the foundational collection.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The bulk of the collection consists of two large transfers from Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy directly to the New School Archives in 2016. The New School Archives staff combined these files with an existing collection created by library staff, transferred from Raymond Fogelman Library to the New School Archives upon establishment of the Archives in 2012.
Processing Information note
Floppy disks containing the personal files of a Milano clerical worker have been deaccessioned from this collection.
A number of periodicals published by the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy, including its constitutent programs, centers, and institutes, will be found in the New School periodicals collection (NS.05.06.01). Of note is a two decade run of the Center for New York City Affairs's City Almanac (1966-1989).
Theses and other research papers authored by students in several graduate programs will be found in the Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions student papers (NS.02.10.02) and in the Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs theses, practica, and International Field Program reports (NS.02.04.01).
Further administrative files related to Milano can be found in the Schools of Public Engagement Executive Dean's Office records (NS.02.01.04).
Keywords for Searching Related Subjects
Other Finding Aids note
For selected item-level description and images from the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy collection, see the New School Archives Digital Collections at http://digitalarchives.library.newschool.edu/index.php/Detail/collections/NS021001
Series I. General 1974-2014
This series contains administrative files and material from events and conferences, reports, and promotional items not specific to a particular program within Milano. Files from the Community Development Finance Lab and Milano Management Information Exhange (Milano MiX) are also found in this series.
A large part of this series, the administrative files subseries, includes files from particular offices within the administration of Milano as well as program assessments, surveys, reports, and handbooks. Electronic files from the offices of Dean Lisa Servon, Associate Dean for Student Affairs Susan Morris, and Director of Program Development Suzy Stein are in this subseries. Also included here are program assessment reports, written both for external review bodies and for internal purposes, and program development files assessing the potential for new programs and the success of existing ones. Taken together, the program assessments and development files provide an understanding of Milano's evolution over a thirty year period.
Faculty and staff files also give a window into the curricular and administrative functioning of Milano. Included here are electronic files from Pier Camillo Rogers, an assistant professor of nonprofit management, and Leo Vazquez, Distance Learning Coordinator for Milano. Annual adjunct faculty reports, also in electronic format, consist of materials submitted by adjunct faculty to the administration and typically include syllabi, resumes, and biographies. Of particular interest in the faculty files are the materials on tenure and extended employment policies at Milano. These materials document the process by which Milano's leadership decided to implement an extended employment policy in lieu of traditional tenure in the late 1970s/early 1980s, and the response from faculty. These files include background research, proposals, memos, correspondence, and meeting notes. Also included here are review materials for faculty members seeking extended employment, which are restricted until fifty years from their date of creation.
Included in this series are files from two initiatives within Milano: the Community Development Finance Lab and the Milano Management Information Exchange (Milano MiX). The Community Development Finance Lab is a course offered at Milano in which students are paired with community based organizations to work with them on funding and program development challenges. The files from this course are mostly reports conducted as part of the Lab, as well as a promotional brochure, and event transcripts and recordings from annual Reality Check conferences. Milano MiX was a resource developed by Milano for community development corporations. Promotional material for this initiative is included in this series. Further information about Milano MiX, including extensive documentation of the planning and implementation of the program, are found in Suxy Stein's office files.
Also included in this series are photographs, realia, and audiovisual material. Recordings on VHS and audio cassette tapes have not been digitized, not has their content been reviewed.
|Alumni survey results (Fall 2000), 2002
|Associate Dean for Student Affairs office files, 2002-2007
Includes files created by Susan Morris, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, and Vanessa Reich, a staff member in the Office of Student Services. Physical files include a State Certification application for Certificate Program in Community and Development Finance, Milano Prospects research, a printout of an online Student Satisfaction Survey form, and printout of an email. Files in the .doc, .docx, .xls, .jpg, .txt, .gif .wpd, .odc, .htc, .ico, .pdf, .dc, .css, .js, .htm, .html, .bin, .p65, .ini, .db, .rtf, .tif, .eml, .ppt, format were transferred from zip disk. Some files on this disk are restricted. Please email email@example.com for further information.
|Bachelor of Science in Human Resources Management military program, circa 1990s-2000s
|Chase Community Development Competition 2008: "1770 Tchoupitoulas: A Visionary Riverfront Community" proposal, 2008 Apr 18
|Chase Community Development Competition 2009: "Helping to Rebuild the Lower Ninth Ward, New Orleans" proposal, 2009
|Dean's Office files, 2008-2010
Records kept by Lisa Servon, Dean of the Milano School, and possibly other Milano administrators. The files in the format of Word and PDF documents, Powerpoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, EPS, JPEG, and HTML were migrated from CD-R.
|Enrollment data (1997-2002), 2002
Spreadsheets containing registration data for various Milano courses and programs, including those at the Upstate New York campuses. Files in the form of Excel spreadsheets migrated from floppy disk.
|Leadership in Organizations course description draft (Fall 1998), 1998 Jul 21
|Mission statement, undated
|Office of Career Development and Placement
|Career Development and Placement Handbook, undated
|"Make Age Irrelevant in Your Job Search" workshop packet, 2001
|Resource Directory, 1995
The file contains a directory of career information and resources compiled for students by a staff member and a student.
|Professional decision reports: Papers of publishable quality, 2002-2008
|Five Year Plan, 1994 Aug
|Milano external review, 2006
|Milano Graduate School Annual Review 2001-2002, 2002 Jun 7
|Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration (NASPAA) Self-Study Reports, 1993, 2001, 2007
|"Redefining the Graduate School," 1990
|Strategic Planning Nonprofit Management Program meeting minutes, 1999 May 13
Files in the form of Lotus WordPro and Word documents were migrated from a floppy disk kept by staff member, Lois Baron.
|BA/MA in Human Resources and Manpower Development, 1974-1976, 1987
|BA/MA in Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis, 1986
|Masters in Tourism and Travel Administration, undated
|Ph.D. in Public and Urban Policy, 1995-1996
Files in the form of WordPerfect documents were migrated from floppy disk.
|Suzy Stein office files, 1995-2005
Suzy Stein's electronic files from her tenure as Director of Program Development. Files in the .doc, .docx, .xls, .jpg, .txt, .gif .wpd, .odc, .htc, .ico, .pdf, .dc, .css, .js, .htm, .html, .bin, .p65, .ini, .db, .rtf, .eml, .tif, .eml, .ppt, format were transferred from a CD-R and a zip disk. Some files are restricted. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
|W.K. Kellogg Foundation grant materials, "Building Bridges between Practice & Knowledge in Nonprofit Management Education," 1997
Files in the format of WordPerfect documents and Excel spreadsheets were migrated from floppy disk.
|Student and faculty handbooks
|"Milano Directory Assistant" binder, 2001-2005
|New Student Orientation, 2005
|Student registration information and procedures, 2002-2006
|Teaching Handout for New School General Studies and Graduate Programs (Fall 2010), 2010
Community Development Finance Lab circa 1996-2008
|Ahmadi, Hani et al.
Broadway Housing Communities' Future at 155th Street, 2008 May
|Anderson, Wendy, et al.
Sustaining Affordable Housing in a Competitive Real Estate Market: A Case Study of Mitchell-Lama Rental Units, 2008 Apr
|Araya, Hendeke et al.
Credit Unions: Potential Strategy for Self-Sufficiency, 2008 Apr
|Goodwin, Margaret et al.
Building for the Future: A Viability Analysis for the New York Urban League, 2007 Feb
|Promotional brochure, probably 1996-2007
Reality Check conference I, II, IV, V, 2001-2002, 2004-2005
Contains brochures and event transcripts. Recordings from Reality Check V (June 23, 2005) on four unprocessed audio cassettes.
Events and conferences 1994-2014
Includes promotional material from various Milano-sponsored events.
|"14th Street-Union Square Business Improvement District Economic Development Symposium," 1994 Mar 8
|"After the Crisis: Housing Policy and Finance in the US and UK," 2012 Sep 13-14
|Ann Richards memorial service, undated
|"Big Ideas, Big Gifts, Big Impact," 2005-2008 (Photographer: Michael DiVito)
Photographs in the form of JPEG files were migrated from DVD-R.
|"Breakfast Roundtable Discussion: Organizational Development and Capacity Building," 2008 Apr
|"Cities Respond to Climate Change: Locating Leadership in an Uncertain World," 2010 Apr 12
Photographs in the form of JPEG files were migrated from DVD-R. Speakers on panel were Kenny Esser, Susan Anderson, James T. Gallagher, Ashok Gupta, and Max Schulz. Photographer: Michael DiVito.
|Commencement speech by Ann Richards, 2005 May 19
|David Walker, 2007 Apr 25
|"Developing Supportive Housing in the New Millennium: Financing Deals with Private Funding," 1999 Jun 11
|Ed Koch and Al D'Amato, 2005 Aug 30
|Fred Hochberg, 2006 Nov 11
|Graduate admitted student reception video recording, 2009 Apr 9
Video originally in ISO format migrated from CD-R.
|John Green, 2007-2008
Five unprocessed audiocassettes labeled "John Green" with the following dates: February 26, 2007; March 3, 2008; April 18, 2008; April 21, 2008; December 4, 2008.
|Millard Owens, 2005 Jun 23
|Mitchell Landrieu, 2005 Sep 16
|Naming of the Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy, 1995 Nov 27
|"New York City Welfare Policy After Giuliani," 2001 May
|Panel on philanthropy photographs, 2005 Nov 7 (Photographer: Matthew Sussman)
Photographs of the panel in the form of JPEG files were migrated from CD-R.
|"Raising Consciousness III: Advocacy in Communities of Color: Bridging the Gap Between Organizing and Policy," 2001 Apr 28
|Reception for new students, 2006 Jan 19 (Photographer: Jerry Speier)
Photographs of the reception in the form of JPEG files were migrated from CD-R. Guests at reception include United States Senator Tom Daschle, Speaker of the New York City Council Christine Quinn, and New York State Senator Tom Duane.
|Reception for new students audio recording, 2011 Jan 20
This audio recording, originally in WAV format and migrated from a CD-R disc, was likely made on January 20, 2011. It consists of a new graduate student welcome address given by the new Milano Dean, Neil R. Grabois (2010-2013), and New School president, David Van Zandt (2011-2020), among others. Sound levels go down at approximately minute 4:15-7:00. This is true of the original file on the disc. The metadata report did not include creation date information. The disc inscription date (1/20/2011) is likely accurate.
|Recognition ceremony with Cory Booker, 2007 May 17 (Photographer: Don Pollard)
Photographs in JPEG format migrated from DVD-R.
|"Seminar for Artist-Endowed Foundation Leaders: Issues in Practice and Policy," 2012 Nov 16-17
|"Sesame Street PEP National Forum," 1997 May 7
PEP stands for "Preschool Education Program."
|Spring orientation, 2006, 2009
|"Summer Institute: Coming Full Circle--Cutting Edge Initiatives in Community Development," 1998 Jul
|"Urban Conversations: US Mayors and Innovative Leadership," 2005 Mar 30
|"The Working Poor: Invisible in America," 2004 Oct 13
Faculty and staff 1976-2002
|Annual adjunct faculty reports, 1997-2002
These files primarily include adjunct faculty biographies, resumes, and syllabi. Included are faculty and courses from both the New York City and Upstate New York campuses. The files, in the form of Word and Rich Text Format documents, Powerpoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, PDFs, zip files, and bitmap, JPEG, EPS, and encased image files, were transferred from 18 floppy disks.
|dmx_1||2016NS04_D012, 14-17, 19, 22-33|
|Leo Vazquez, Distance Learning Coordinator office files, 1999-2001
Documents Vazquez's work as Milano Divisional Distance Learning Coordinator and as co-chair of the American Planning Association's New York Metro Chapter Diversity Committee. Also included is a proposal for a Milano journal. The files, in the form of Word documents, Powerpoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets, bitmap image files, and PDFs, were transferred from 5 floppy disks.
|New and departing faculty announcements, 1995-1996, undated
|Pier Camillo Rogers files, probably 1992-1997
Files represent Pier Camillo Rogers' work as an assistant professor of nonprofit management for Milano (1992-1999, according to her profile on the employment website, LinkedIn) and her professional work in the field. Issues of interest include diversity and black philanthropy. Includes biographical information on Rogers and assessments of the Milano nonprofit management program. Files in the format of WordPerfect, Question Object, and LTR documents were migrated from a floppy disk.
|President Jonathan Fanton correspondence with faculty
|Cohen, Henry, 1985
|Curvin, Robert, 1985
|Howell, David, 1984-1985
This file is restricted. Please email email@example.com for further information.
|Tenure/Extended Employment Policy Files
|Extended employment policy files, 1976-1986
|Faculty extended employment reviews, 1977-2001
These files are restricted. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
|Faculty personnel policies committee, 1979-1983
Milano Management Information Exchange (Milano MiX) 2004-2006
Files related to the planning and implementation of the Milano MiX website can also be found in the electronic files from Suzy Stein's office (2016NS04_D009, D035).
|"A Guide to the Milano Management Information Exchange (MiX) Website," 2006
|Herzog, Nina. "Case Studies in Community Development Management," 2005 Apr 29
|Milano MiX Human Capital Series promotional packet, 2004
Promotional material 1993-2014
Change video cassette, undated
This video cassette has not been processed, but is presumed to be promotional in nature. "Change" was the title of a Milano marketing campaign.
|The Leadership Center, 1996-1998
Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy: Can An Idea Change the World promotional video, 2005
Promotional video for the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy in the form of an ISO file was migrated from a DVD-R.
|Milano The New School for Management and Urban Policy promotional video, 2008
Video in the form of ISO file migrated from DVD-R.
|Milano Worldwide study abroad brochures, circa 1993-2005
|Program brochures, flyers, viewbooks, undated, 2002-2014
|Realia, circa 1995-2015
Includes a banner and a tote bag.
Theory, Practice and Social Responsibility video casette, 1997 Aug
This video cassette has not been processed, but is presumed to be promotional in nature. According to the label on the VHS, the duration is 15 minutes, 22 seconds.
|Tourism, Travel and Transportation Management Program, 1985-1990
This short-lived program had several names throughout the years, first Tourism, Travel and Transportation Management Program, later Tourism and Travel Management Program. The folder contains an event invitation and promotional material.
Reports and publications 1988-2009
|Anderson, Wendy D. et al.
Creating Permanent Affordable Housing in the West Side Rail Yards Redevelopment, 2008 May
Big Ideas, Big Gifts, Big Impact. A Conversation with Today's Philantropists [edited event transcript], 2007-2008
Includes transcripts from two occurances of this event: February 26, 2007 and April 21, 2008.
Communication and Power in the Information Age [edited event transcript], 2007 Sep 28
Cities Respond to Climate Change: The Challenge of Energy Efficiency [edited event transcript], 2008 Jun 26
|Cordero-Guzman, Hector et al. "Transnational Communities and the Political Economy of New York City in the 1990s" conference papers, 1997 Feb 21-22
|Elison, Victoria et al.
Preserving Affordable Housing, 2008 Mar 24
|Felix, Jessica et al.
Strategies for Intervention, 2008 May
|Glaser, William A.
Financial Decisions in European Health Insurance: Lessons for the United States, 1988 Jul
|Glover Blackwell, Angela.
The Time is Now: Pushing the Equity Agenda with the New Administration [edited event transcript], 2008 Dec 4
The Hyperpartisan Era in Washington: Can Federal Bipartinsanship Be Revived? [edited event transcript], 2008 May 28
|Jina, Jacques and Robert Beauregard, eds.
The New York City Economy: Strategies for Growth Symposium Report, 1995 Dec 1
|Jones, Meredith Elyse and Obinna Eze Lewis.
Faith-Based Community Building Resource Guide, 2000 Sep 15
|Krauskopf, James A., Robert Gangi and Phillip Thompson.
Employment and Incarceration in New York, 1996 May
The Obama Agenda: Overcoming Poverty in New York and the Nation [edited event transcript], 2009 Apr 30
|Servon, Lisa J. et al.
Supporting New York City's Smallest Businesses, 2007 Aug 31
Report sponsored by the New York City Economic Development Corporation, co-authored by Lisa J. Servon, who was a faculty member and the Dean of the Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy in the 2000s.
Taskforce for Sensible Welfare Reform, 1996 May
Urban Conversations: Strengthening the Middle Class, Sessions I-III, 2007-2008
Welfare Policies for New York State: Recommendations by the Task Force for Sensible Welfare Reform, 1997 Jun
Welfare Reform in New York: A Report on Implementation Issues in NYC, 1999 Jan
|White, Andrew and Peter Eisinger.
Cities at Risk: Catastrophe, Recovery and Renewal in New York and New Orleans, 2006
Publication from conference that was part of the Urban Conversation Series. The publication includes excerpts from the event transcript and articles.
Photographs circa 1993-2008
|Unidentified photograph of group, undated
|Unidentified photographs by Michael DiVito, circa 2002
|Classes, 2000 (Photographer: Jerry Speier, unidentified)
|Commencement photographs, 2005 May 5 and 15 (Photographer: Jerry Speier)
Images in the form of JPEG files were migrated from DVD-R.
|Commencement, 2008 (Photographer: Jerry Speier)
JPEG image files were transferred from a DVD-R disc.
|"Faith-based Community Development" and unidentified events, 2000 Apr 17 and Apr 29 (Photographer: Jerry Speier)
|New student photographs, 2007
Photographs furnished by new students of themselves. Original files in JPEG and DOC format were migrated from CD-R. Four files were corrupt and could not be recovered: elena_brito.tif, gokhan_kuralscan (unix file), jennifer_mejia (unix file), mila_ronderos.doc. These were removed.
|"New American Youth in New York" and "The Changing Social Contract," 2000 Mar 21 and Mar 23 (Photographer: Jerry Speier)
|Portraits of students and faculty, circa 1993-2005
|Susan Morris scrapbook, undated
This scrapbook was made by Milano students for Susan Morris, Associate Dean of Student Affairs. The scrapbook was photocopied and then disassembled.
|"Will the Boom Bust?" and "Direct Marketing Workshop," 2000 Feb 24 and Mar 7 (Photographer: Jerry Speier)
Unidentified audiocassettes 2005-2007 4 1/4 inch audio cassette
Unidentified videocassettes 1997-2003 3 VHS
Series II. Center for New York City Affairs 1965-2016
The Center for New York City Affairs (CNYCA) was founded in 1964, fourteen years before the Graduate School of Mangement and Urban Professions was established. The CNYCA is a research institute focused on New York City that sponsors reports, events, and conferences. In its early years the CNYCA also gave courses focused on New York City, often taught by practitioners in urban affairs, policy, culture, and politics. Many prominent public officials, including Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, taught courses at CNYCA. As of 2019, CNYCA continues to operate as an applied research institute, but no longer offers courses.
This series contains press releases, course catalogs, and promotional material. The bulk of this series is reports and material from events sponsored by the CNYCA from the earliest years of the Center through the early 2000s. Of note are programs, photographs, and planning materials from the annual Fiorello H. La Guardia Award Dinner. This award was given to recognize an individual's contributions to New York City. A video recording of the award dinner at which President Bill Clinton was honored is included in this series.
City Almanac, 1979-1981
This includes proposals for the City Almanac and correspondence related to it. Does not contain copies of the publication. This publication is available in The New School library.
|Course catalogs, 1967-1988
Fiscal Observer press release, 1977
Fiscal Observer was a monthly publication that exclusively focusing on New York City's fiscal crisis, published between 1977 and approximately 1979 by the Center for New York City Affairs. his publication is available in The New School library.
|Program promotional brochures, 1965-2013
|"A Program of Workshops for the Parents of Intermediate School 70 and Intermediate School 56 and Their Feeder Elementary Schools Proposal," 1969 Feb 14
|Proposals for the Center for New York City Affairs, 1976-1978
Events and conferences 1965-2013
|General events, 1985-2013
|"Building a Stronger New York City: Opportunities and Challenges for Philanthropy and the Public Sector," 1999 Oct 21
|"Choosing Leaders for a New Era: The NYC Post-Election Campaign Roundtable," 2013 Dec 4
|"Creating College Ready Communities: Preparing NYC's Precarious New Generation of College Students," 2012 Jun 21
|"Economic Development after the World Trade Center Disaster: Next Steps for New York's Economy," 2001 Oct 18
|Fiorello H. La Guardia Awards Dinner, 1973-1994
Some folders include photographs of the honorees and the event.
|Fiorello La Guardia Awards Dinner: Bill Clinton video recording (Parts 1 and 2), 2005 Nov 3
|"Health Care for All New Yorkers: How Can We Make It a Reality?," 2002 Nov 8
|"In the Wake of Nicholson: Child Welfare and Domestic Violence in New York City," 2003 Oct 15
|Inaugural dinner, 1965
|"Next Steps: New York City Welfare Policy After Giuliani," 2001 Apr 25-Jun 12
|"New York Parent & Community Engagement Conference," 2013 Oct 16
|"NYC Mayoral Forum on Latino Issues," 2001 Jun 20
|"Planning for Growth: The Borough as an Engine for NYC's Future Economic Growth," 2005 Apr 6
|Public seminars, 2002 Sep 17-Dec 4
|"Race and the Subprime Crisis: The Future of Minority Neighborhoods" photographs, 2009 Oct 5
Keynote by United States Congresswoman Maxine Waters. Panelists include James Carr, chief operating officer, National Community Reinvestment Coalition; Darrick Hamilton, assistant professor at Milano; Sarah Ludwig, executive director, Neighborhood Economic Development Advocacy Project; Edward Wright, chief financial officer, City National Bank. Photographs originally in JPEG format were migrated from DVD-R.
|"Retain, Rebuild and Revitalize: Planning Strategies for Manhattan and New York's Economy," 2001 Nov 29
|"Women and the Vote: 2004 and Beyond," 2004 Oct 20
Publications and reports 1966-2016
Welfare and Income in New York City, 1971 Aug
|Bernstein, Blanche and Anne N. Shkuda.
The Young Drug User: Attitudes and Obstacles to Treatment, 1974 Jun
|Bernstein, Blanche and Arley Bondarin.
The Jewish Population and Social Service Needs in Central Queens, 1973 Dec
|Bernstein, Blanche and Arley Bondarin.
New York City's Population - 1973: Socio-Economic Characteristics from the Current Population Survey, 1974 Nov
|Bernstein, Blanche et al.
Evaluation of the Basic Youth Community Education Program, 1972
|Bernstein, Blanche et al.
New York's Jewish Poor and Jewish Working Class Economic Status and Social Needs, 1972 Nov
The Jewish Population and Social Service Needs in the West Bronx, 1974 Apr
New York City's Population - 1974: Socioeconomic Characteristics from the Current Population Survey, 1976 Apr
Child Welfare Watch, 2004-2012
This publication of the Child Welfare Watch program at CNYCA includes news and analysis of public policy related to children and family services in New York City. As of 2019, it does not appear that Child Welfare Watch is still in publication, though the program continues to be a part of CNYCA.
City Affairs summer issue, circa 1966
|Davis, Robert E. and Jon Weston.
The Special District Zoning Concept in New York City, 1975
Developmental Disabilities Watch, 2006-2007
According to the Center for New York City Affairs website, only two volumes of Develomental Disabilities Watch were published; both are present in this collection.
Framing the 2005 Mayoral Debate: Issues and Proposals for the Candidates, 2005 Nov 29
Governing Change: Policy, Politics, and the Spitzer Administration [edited event transcript], 2006 Dec 12
The Growth Catalyst: Reviving New York City's Economy through Infrastructure [edited event transcript], 2010 Jan 28
Hardship in Many Languages: Immigrant Families and Children in NYC, 2004 Jan
|Hemphill, Clara et al.
Integrated Schools in a Segregated City: Ten Strategies That Have Made New York City Elementary Schools More Diverse, 2016
|Hemphill, Clara et al.
Five Steps to Integrate New York City Elementary Schools, 2016
|Hemphill, Clara, Kim Nauer, Helen Zelon and Thomas Jacobs.
The New Marketplace: How Small-School Reforms and School Choice Have Reshaped New York City's High Schools, 2009 Jun
|Hemphill, Clara, Kim Nauer, Helen Zelon, Thomas Jacobs, Alessandra Raimondi, Sharon McCloskey, Rajeev Yerneni.
Managing by the Numbers: Empowerment and Accountability in New York City's Schools, 2010 Jun
|Hurley, Kendra and Abigail Kramer.
Big Dreams for New York City's Youngest Children: The Future of Early Care and Education, 2014 Jun
|Hurley, Kendra and Janie Ziye Shen,
Bringing it all Home: Problems and Possibilities Facing New York City's Family Child Care, 2016 Jul
Improving the Capability for Social Planning in Puerto Rico, 1969 Jun
|Kixmiller, John, Andrew White and Rob Fischer.
A Schoolyard in Brooklyn: Strengthening Families and Communities Through the Innovative Use of Public Space, 2007 Jun
|Lerner, Sharon and Barbara Solow.
There's No Such Place, 2007 Jan
Newcomers Left Behind: Immigrant Parents Lack Equal Access to New York City's Schools, 2003 Aug
|Nauer, Kim and Sandra Salmans.
FAFSA: The How-To Guide for High School Students (And the Adults Who Help Them), 2016 Oct, undated
|Nauer, Kim, Andrew White and Rajeev Yerneni.
Strengthening Schools by Strengthening Families, 2008 Oct
|Nauer, Kim and Paul Tainish.
Creating College Ready Communities, 2013 Sep
New Country, New Perils: Immigrant Child and Family Health in NYC, 2004 Apr
The Race for Governor & Attorney General. Campaign Roundtable 2006 [edited event transcript], 2006 Nov 29
The Race for Governor & Attorney General: Campaign Roundtable 2010 [edited event transcript], 2010 Dec 1
The Race for Mayor: Campaign Roundtable 2005 [edited event transcript], 2005 Nov 29
The Race for Mayor & Comptroller: Campaign Roundtable 2009 [edited event transcript], 2009 Dec 8
Regional Manpower Education Project , 1974
Creative Arts -- Alienated Youth Final Report -- Research and Evaluation, 1971
Supporting Stronger Families and Neighborhoods: City Hall and New York's Family and Children's Services, 2001 Dec
|White, Andrew, Nancy Rosenbaum, Sharon Lerner and Sasha Nyary.
Community Collaboration in New York City: Charting the Course for a Neighborhood-Based Safety Net, 2005 Mar
Series III. Community Development Research Center (CDRC) 1989-2004
The Community Development Research Center (CDRC) was founded in 1986 within the Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions and seems to have ceased operations around 2006. According to an archived version of the CDRC's website, the Center "raises awareness and conducts interdisciplinary research on community development strategies and policies intended to revitalize poor urban communities. It maintains data on community based efforts and examines the activities, programs and other factors that contribute to or limit their effectiveness." 
The bulk of this series is reports published by staff and researchers at the CDRC, spanning most of the years that the CDRC was in operation.
 "Community Development Research Center," Milano The New School of Management and Urban Policy, The New School, accessed September 9, 2019, https://web.archive.org/web/20060617143923/http://www.newschool.edu/milano/cdrc/
|Community Outreach Partnerships Centers Program grant application, 1995 Mar 15
|Program brochure, 1990s
|Project summaries, 2001-2003
|"Response to the Request for Qualifications for Conducting and Evaluation of the Corporation for Supportive Housing's Employment Initiative," circa 1995
|Summer Institute: Answers and Insights -- Strategies for Community Development, 1999 Jul
|Publications and Reports, 1989-2004 1989-1994
|Bendick, Marc, Jr. and Mary Lou Egan.
Business Development in the Inner-City: Enterprise with Community Links, 1991 Feb
|Berenyi, Eileen Brettler.
Locally Funded Housing Programs in the United States: A Survey of the 51 Most Populated Cities, 1989 Jul
|Bratt, Rachel G., Langley C. Keyes, Alex Schwartz and Avis C. Vidal.
Confronting the Management Challenge: Affordable Housing in the Nonprofit Sector, 1995
|Briggs, Xavier De Souza and Elizabeth J. Mueller, with Mercer L. Sullivan.
From Neighborhood to Community: Evidence on the Social Effects of Community Development, 1997
|Degiovanni, Frank F. et al.
|Galster, George C.
Neighborhood Evaluations, Expectations, Mobilty, and Housing Reinvestment: Measuring the Social Impacts of Community Development Corporations, 1990 May
|Gershberg, Alec Ian and Gavin Shatkin, "Empowering Parents and Building Communities: The Role of School-based Councils in Educational Governance and Accountability" (first draft), 2002 May 31
|Gittell, Ross J., Avis C. Vidal and Robyne S. Turner.
Community Organizing as a Development Strategy: Interim Report on Palm Beach County, 1994 Dec
|Hoffman, Liliy M.
Community Revitalization Partnerships: A Midcourse Assessment of Seedco, 1990 Mar
Interim Report: The Community Development Impacts of the Indiana Enterprise Zone Program and the Lilly Endowment Initiative on Community Development, 1993
|Saegert, Susan and Eric K. Glunt.
Community Development Corporations and Community Behavior: Implications from Environmental Psychology, 1990 May
|Shiffman, Ronald and Susan Motley.
Comprehensive and Integrative Planning for Community Development, 1990 Mar
The State of Community Development Research: Looking Forward, A Community Roundtable Conversation, 1999 Dec 10
|Sullivan, Mercer L.
Studying the Effects of Community Development Corporations on Social Control: An Anthropological Approach, 1990 Mar
|Sullivan, Mercer L.
More Than Housing: How Community Development Corporations Go About Changing Lives and Neighborhoods, 1993
Inventing Communal Renewal: The Trials and Errors that Shaped the Modern Community Development Corporation, 2004
|Taub, Richard P.
Nuance and Meaning in Community Development: Finding Community and Development, 1990 Apr
|Vidal, Avis C.
Community Economic Development Assessment: A National Study of Urban Community Development Corporations, 1989 Jul
|Vidal, Avis C.
Rebuilding Communities: A National Study of Urban Community Development Corporations, 1992
Series IV. Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA) 2001-2014
The Graduate Program in International Affairs (GPIA) was established in 2001 as part of the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy. As of 2019, it is now the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs, and is organizationally separate from Milano within the Schools of Public Engagement.
This series contains a small amount of administrative, promotional, and curricular material. The bulk of the series is material from events and conferences sponsored by the GPIA. Also included are reports and promotional material from the Observatory on Latin America (OLA), a program that is dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of Latin America. Of note is a report co-authored by the former president of Argentina, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. Many of the materials pertaining to OLA are in English and Spanish.
|Course syllabi, 2002-2003
|Guidelines for courses with international field components, 2001
|Student profile, 2002-2003
|Program brochure, 2005
|Volunteer Day 2010 poster and graphics, 2010
PDF files migrated from CD-R.
|Events and conferences, 2001-2010
|"Adolescent Girls: Cornerstone of Society," 2010 Apr 26-28
|"Cities Transformed: Demographic Change and Its Implications in the Developing World" conference, 2004 Mar 16
|Documentary film series flyers, 2003-2006
|"Economic Management and Political Collapse in Argentina: Interpreting the Past to Build for the Future" conference, 2002 Apr 8-9
|"Ethics & Debt: Reflections on the Argentine Experience" conference, 2005 Sep 13
|"Ideas Changing History, Human Development and Capability Association (HDCA)" conference, 2007 Sep 17-20
Conference papers in the form of PDF files were migrated from CD-R. One file, "bannerjee.pdf," had encoding issues and was removed.
|"The Millennium Development Goals and Cities" public symposium, 2005 Sep 12
|"Social Policies and Human Rights for Children and Women: Monitoring and Achieving the Millennium Development Goals" (2004 Apr 28-30) conference, 2007
|Minujin, Alberto, Enrique Delamonica, and Marina Komarecki, eds.
Human Rights and Social Policies for Children and Women, 2005
|Minujin, Alberto, Enrique Delamonica, and Marina Komarecki, eds.
Poverty and Children: Policies to Break the Vicious Cycle, 2006
|Observatory on Latin America, circa 2006-2014
|Cohen, Michael and Margarita Gutman, eds.
Expectations and Experiences for the Latin American Region, 2006
|Gutman, Margarita, ed.
Construir Bicentenarios: Argentina, 2005
|de Kirchner, Cristina Fernandez, Marco Aurelio Garcia, Bernado Alvarez Herrera, David Choquehuanca Cespedes, and Heraldo Munoz.
Latin America on the Move: The Post Neo-Liberal Transition, 2007
|Promotional brochures, circa 2006-2014
Includes a report on the activities of the Observatory on Latin America from July 2011-December 2012, and an Advisory Committee report dated November 13, 2013.
Collection Guide Last Updated: 11/05/2019