NYU Diversity Initiative: A formal mentoring program from the Vice Provost for Faculty, Arts, Humanities & Diversity to matched full-time junior faculty from underrepresented groups and senior colleagues in similar or related fields, based on mutual interest; includes a research stipend of $2500 to the junior faculty once matched.
Faculty and learning resources and policies regarding employment, compliance, research, and funding are available on this page.
The Office Of Faculty Resources helps faculty can find information on programs and departments that assist in the pursuit of teaching, research, funding, or simply living and working in New York City.
The Faculty Handbook is a guide to the faculty and is designed to present in a convenient form general information about New York University, and some of the more important University policies and practices as they apply to the faculty of the University.
Included in the Selected Resources For Faculty are governance polices and procedures
Included in Research Policies And Procedures are complicance, financial, and intellectual property policies
Faculty Resource Network (FRN) at New York University was established in 1984 to address the challenge faced by small liberal arts institutions in providing their faculty members with professional development opportunities in the face of limited human and financial resources.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching was created in 1992 by the Office of the President in response to University Senate recommendations endorsing a University-wide effort to improve faculty-student relations and promote teaching effectiveness.
This page on faculty housing provides a move-in guide for new residents, information for current residents, and descriptions of rental and sublet options both on- and off-campus.