PRESENTED BY

 

The Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development

 

and

 

The Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

 

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

9:00 am

 

 

Background

 

As male students decline in proportion in almost every field across US undergraduate and graduate/professional schools, little attention has been devoted to systematically exploring the causes of this trend - or in an age in which education is vitally important, its implications for men's roles in American society, culture, economics and politics more generally. This breakfast discussion, involving practitioners and a range of academics from NYU and elsewhere, will help launch such a sustained investigation of these vital themes.

 

Featuring

 

Dalton Conley, New York University

University Professor and Dean of Social Sciences

 

Linda Mills, New York University

Senior Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education & University Life

Professor of Social Work, Public Policy and Law

 

Lionel Tiger, PhD, Rutgers University

Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology

Author, The Decline of Males (St. Martin’s Press 1999)

 

Peg Tyre

Pulitzer Prize winner

Author, The Trouble with Boys

 

 

Program

 

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

9:00 am - 11:00 am

Kimball Hall Lounge

 

9:05 am - Welcome Remarks

Dean Mary Brabeck, NYU Seinhardt

 

9:10 am - Panel Begins

 

10:10 am - Question and Answer Session

 

11:00 am - Event Concludes

 

 

With Special Thanks

 

We would like to acknowledge the following people

who made this morning's event possible:

 

Robert Morris

Dick Elfenbein

Edward Stephens

David Greene

Rogan Kersh

Ivan Rodriguez

Steve Sagner

Lou Rosenberg

Steinhardt Office of Alumni Relations

 

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