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Guide to the Records of the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Leslie Berlowitz
1970-1980
 RG 9.5

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Biographical Note

Leslie Cohen (Tuttleton) Berlowitz began her career at NYU in 1968 as a graduate assistant and teaching fellow in the English Department at NYU’s University College at University Heights in the Bronx. In 1970, while a graduate student and teaching assistant, she became one of three assistants to the dean of University College. In 1971 Berlowitz also became a lecturer in the English department. With the closing of the Heights campus in 1973, she moved to the Washington Square campus and was Assistant Dean for Administration at Washington Square and University College from 1972 to 1974. From 1974 on, Berlowitz held several administrative positions in goals planning and academic planning and affairs including Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs 1981-1984, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs 1984-1988 and Deputy Vice President for Academic Affairs 1988-1991. In addition, she was Director of the Humanities Council from 1979 through 1997. Her last position at NYU was Vice President for Institutional Advancement from 1991 through 1997 when she left the university to become executive officer of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Sources:

  1. University College of Arts and Science Bulletins 1968-1973
  2. Washington Square and University College Bulletins 1973-1978
  3. Administrative Papers of Chancellor/Executive Vice President Sidney Borowitz 1967-1977
  4. Administrative Papers of James McNaughton Hester 1962-1975
  5. Administrative Papers of President John Crittenden Sawhill 1974-1981
  6. Administrative records of President John Brademas 1981-1990