Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Envisioning the City: Spring 1992 Lecture Series, Environmental Design (Cristiano Bettino, design/NYMTC, aerial photograph), 21.5 x 13.75 in., circa 1992
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.
This collection consists of course catalogs from The New School, including continuing education courses, Eugene Lang College, the Dramatic Workshop of The New School, New School Art Workshops and the New School for Social Research, formerly known as the Graduate Faculty.
This collection contains student, faculty, and staff handbooks from The New School and various divisions and departments within the university. These guides cover student life, degree requirements, information about living in New York City, among other topics. Faculty handbooks offer teaching guidelines and regulations, while materials created for international students provide information on adapting to life in the United States.
Audio and video recordings of events sponsored by The New School's Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy and its predecessor school, the Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions (GSMUP), 1990-2001.
This collection consists of research papers written by students of the Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Professions (formed in 1978, renamed the The Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy in 2011) from 1978 to 2005. Papers are organized by program: Health Services Administration; Human Resources Management; Tourism, Travel and Transportation Management; and Urban Affairs and Policy Analysis.