The Administrative Management Council (AMC) is the organization through which NYU administrators - management and professional personnel - participate in University governance. Representatives are elected from each school or division.
The AMC initiates, deliberates, and responds to the issues and concerns of its constituents and the University community. The AMC is committed to promoting the professional growth and development of NYU administrators, and it is deeply committed to community service.
Most of the AMC's work is accomplished in its standing and ad hoc committees. Committee membership, which is open to all NYU administrators, offers a wonderful way to become involved in the university community.
NYU Administrators have a rich history of service to the University and our community. All administrators are invited to participate -- whether an elected representative or not, whether returning or new -- at our Council and committee meetings and events throughout the year.
Raymond Brienza * (1970-1972)
Lawrence Manuell (1972-1974)
Barnett Hamberger (1974-1976)
Walter Murray (1976-1978)
Barbara Perry (1978-1980)
John DeSantis (1980-1982)
Martha Dunne (1982-1984)
George Pozderec (1998-1990)
Dolores Spinelli (1986-1988)
Irene Zabarkes (1992-1994)
Elizabeth Robinson (1994-1996)
Marguerite Sharkey (1996-1998)
Lillian Zalta (1998-2000)
Catherine Healey (2000-2002)
Larry Pender (2002-2004)
Alison Moppett (2004-2005)
Katherine Drummond (2006-2008)
Michael Summers (2008-2010)
Anita Dwyer (2010-2012)
David Vogelsang (2012-2014)
*Raymond Brienza served as the first official Chairperson; Jane Maggin and Janice Scheetz served in leadership capacities prior to and during the formation of the Council.
We are collecting old cell phones, eyeglasses and cases, front of greeting cards, old sheets, blankets and towels, and sneakers. The collected items will go to various organizations around the area.
A new mailing list for administrators with or expecting children to share parenting information, questions, and resources.
Open AMC is the AMC's platform to deliberate and respond to policy issues that concern the entire University community. Items that show potential for consensus will be given time for discussion at the AMC's monthly meetings. Access to the site is only available to NYU administrators.
We are collecting new, unwrapped, non-violent toys and books for the children of the 9th Police Precinct in the East Village, the 84th Police Precinct in Brooklyn and the Herbert G. Birch Manhattan Early Childhood Center.
General Meetings take place from 9-10:30 AM in the Global Center for Academic & Spiritual Life, 238 Thompson St., 5th Floor, Colloquium Room.