Giving Book 2013
The New School is advancing a bold vision with support from our dynamic community of donors and friends.
Giving 2013 www.newschool.edu/giving-info Moving Forward In recent conversations with our community of donors and friends, a common thread has emerged: your excitement about the universityâ€™s vision for the future and the many ways in which that vision is already taking shape. Thanks to your support, The New School is better positioned than ever to help students think critically to uncover truths, gain insight into the human condition, take risks, and design solutions to courageously lead change in a time when creativity and innovation are valued more than ever. The opening of the University Center marks the start of a new era at the university. This dynamic academic hub has already transformed our campusâ€”generating a palpable sense of energy as students engage in collaboration and discovery. For the first time in our history, New School students have a space in which to fully integrate design thinking, social inquiry, and the arts. Add to that the access our students enjoy to opportunities available only in New York, and the result is a truly boundless experience. The New School has also been active around the world. The university launched undergraduate programs at the new Parsons Paris in 2013 and developed strategic partnerships with leading Parisian cultural and industry institutions. Parsons also partnered with the Indian School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) to open ISDI/Parsons Mumbai, which will serve as a base for study abroad options, visiting faculty, and creative collaborations. This is an exhilarating time to be part of The New School, as we centralize our New York campus in Greenwich Village, expand our global reach, and advance an academic vision that points to the next wave of innovation and engagement at the university. Each step forward is made possible by friends like you. Thank you for sharing our passion, supporting our vision, and helping our students realize their potential to create a better world. The New School is advancing a bold vision with support from our dynamic community of donors and friends. David E. Van Zandt Contents Building Connections Discover how the University Center has transformed the New School campus. Supporting Student Success See how the universityâ€™s donors are helping students achieve their creative potential. Making a Difference: Our Donors Meet The New Schoolâ€™s generous community of giving. Expanding Opportunities Read about partnerships and initiatives that help students make connections and learn in new ways. Designing the Future View some of the major events that celebrate our students and the donors who invest in their future. Supporting Bold Innovation: University Finances See how The New School is moving forward. Published 2014 by The New School. The New School is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution. Photography by Alexander Berg, James Ewing, Spencer Kohn, Matteo Prandoni, Jacob Pritchard, Martin Seck, and Matthew Sussman. Moving Forward In recent conversations with our community of donors and friends, a common thread has emerged: your excitement about the universityâ€™s vision for the future and the many ways in which that vision is already taking shape. Thanks to your support, The New School is better positioned than ever to help students think critically to uncover truths, gain insight into the human condition, take risks, and design solutions to courageously lead change in a time when creativity and innovation are valued more than ever. The opening of the University Center marks the start of a new era at the university. This dynamic academic hub has already transformed our campusâ€”generating a palpable sense of energy as students engage in collaboration and discovery. For the first time in our history, New School students have a space in which to fully integrate design thinking, social inquiry, and the arts. Add to that the access our students enjoy to opportunities available only in New York, and the result is a truly boundless experience. The New School has also been active around the world. The university launched undergraduate programs at the new Parsons Paris in 2013 and developed strategic partnerships with leading Parisian cultural and industry institutions. Parsons also partnered with the Indian School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) to open ISDI/Parsons Mumbai, which will serve as a base for study abroad options, visiting faculty, and creative collaborations. This is an exhilarating time to be part of The New School, as we centralize our New York campus in Greenwich Village, expand our global reach, and advance an academic vision that points to the next wave of innovation and engagement at the university. Each step forward is made possible by friends like you. Thank you for sharing our passion, supporting our vision, and helping our students realize their potential to create a better world. David E. Van Zandt Building Connections The New School has long been known for fostering cross-disciplinary collaboration to effect change locally and globally. With the opening of the University Center at Fifth Avenue and 14th Street, the move of Parsonsâ€™ School of Fashion from the Garment District and the centralization of the university around our Greenwich Village campus, our students and faculty can come together as never before. The building unifies the campus not just physically but culturally, providing a space where students from all fields can experiment with ideas, grapple with complex problems, and collaborate to create change. 2 3 1 6 4 5 “The University Center is not only a top-of-the-line facility but an incredibly innovative space as well. I’m so glad to have it as a part of my school.” Residence Floors Allen Robbins (BFA Illustration ’16) Academic Floors The New School is grateful to all the partners listed here and on page 8 whose generosity made the University Center possible. 1. Kerrey Hall 5th Avenue Thanks to the generosity of trustee John L. Tishman, more than 600 New Schoolers call this state-of-the-art student residence home. Amenities include a student lounge, study room, art room, and fitness center. 2. John L. Tishman Auditorium The new John L. Tishman Auditorium can accommodate up to 800 guests for events including lectures, performances, and runway shows. 3. Lecture Halls and Public Spaces The University Center provides our community with lecture halls and public spaces to gather for classes, performances, and other events. The New School is especially grateful to The Starr Foundation and trustee Bob Hoerle and his wife, Sheila, for their generosity in support of these spaces, which enrich our community. 4. Bernard and Irene Schwartz Commons Overlooking 14th Street, the university’s largest cafeteria provides students with a space to gather and eat between classes. 5. Arnhold Forum The Arnhold Forum houses the university’s main library collection and brings students together to learn from one another and share ideas, in addition to housing resource spaces for students like the Philip Scaturro Quiet Study Room. 6. The Mary and Michael Gellert Faculty Center For the first time in New School history, faculty across the university have a dedicated space where they can meet, work, and exchange ideas. The Gellert Faculty Center joins the Faculty and Staff Lounge, made possible by another generous trustee, in providing a space for collaboration and community building. 13th Street Lower Levels L1, L2 Supporting Student Success Our supporters are helping students unlock their creative potential and cultivate the skills needed to innovate and make significant contributions in their fields and their communities. Ilse Melamid, a New School for Social Research Board of Governors member, made a generous seven-figure commitment to NSSR to support student fellowships and provide unrestricted support to the Annual Fund through both annual gifts and a bequest intention. At Mannes College The New School for Music, longtime friend Donn Russell made a generous bequest intention to support the Mannes Opera program, so that students can hone their artistry and present world-class performances for generations to come. Through our community’s support of The New School’s pre-college programs, future artists, designers, and musicians have a place to develop the skills and gain the experience they need to excel in their fields. The Parsons Scholars Program, for example, enables low-income public high school students to study design at the college level and develop a portfolio of their work—a critical step toward gaining admission to a design school. More than 90 percent of the Parsons Scholars who complete the program go on to attend college, the majority being the first in their families to do so. Parsons alumni like Claire Chan (AAS Fashion Marketing ’11) and Jay Godfrey (AAS Fashion Design ’04) support these young people through generous gifts to the Parsons Scholars Program. “While the prospect of entering a world of endless possibilities filled me with inspiration, the financial cost terrified me. Receiving scholarship support opened doors for me and reminded me that the world is filled with people who want me to succeed.” Garnetta Gonzalez (BA Psychology ’14), recipient of the Jacobson/Newcombe Scholarship for Mature Women 1 “The greatest dream I can imagine, and I’m sure many other artists feel similarly, is to be allowed to write and create without worrying about financial constraints. I am someone who would not be able to afford graduate school if I had to pay for it out of pocket, and the Ted Snowdon Foundation Playwriting Fellowship is easing my burden in a major way. My work at The New School is pushing me to become a better writer, and I feel well prepared to face the professional theater world thanks to my training.” Matt Herzfeld (MFA Playwriting ’14), first recipient of the Ted Snowdon Foundation Playwriting Fellowship 2 3 1. A Parsons student displays his self-portrait. 2. Students meet at the Theresa Lang Community and Student Center in Arnhold Hall. 3. Artist-in-residence Mark Ruffalo (left) leads a workshop for Drama students. Making a Difference The New School gratefully acknowledges the support of our community of donors. You play a critical role in all we do and all we hope to do. Our Donors The New School thanks the following donors, who made gifts of $10,000 or more to the University Center, as well as those supporters who, over time, made possible our midtown location and other spaces on campus. The university is pleased to commemorate their generosity in the University Center. The New School is deeply grateful to our donor community for its support, which enables us to enhance life at the university in a number of ways—from offering scholarships and faculty support to upgrading facilities and hosting special programs. We are honored to recognize those alumni, friends, parents, and institutional supporters who made donations of $1,000 or more from July 1, 2012, through June 30, 2013. Anonymous donors Clarisse and Henry‡ Arnhold Arnold‡ and Sheila Aronson Franci Blassberg‡ and Joe Rice Steven‡ and Susan Bloom Bonwit Teller and William S. Ruben Vivian and Strachan Donnelley Walter and Vera Eberstadt Cheryl Cohen Effron and Blair Effron Perry Ellis Stella and Raymond Fogelman Nancy A. Garvey Michael‡ and Mary Gellert Susan U. Halpern‡ Bill‡ and Jane Havemeyer Leo Hindery, Jr. Bob‡ and Sheila Hoerle Ray and Laura Johnson Michael J. Johnston‡ Richard L. Kauffman and Ellen Jewett Peter B. Lewis Bevis‡ and Clara Longstreth* Robert B. and Bethany Millard Robert H.‡ and Guna S. Mundheim Jim and Pat Murtha Individuals Norman Norell Nancy B. Peretsman & Robert W. Scully and The Scully Peretsman Foundation The Reiss Family Jay Rossbach in honor of Adam and Sophie Gimbel Philip Scaturro‡ Bernard‡ and Irene Schwartz Richard J. and Sheila W. Schwartz Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP Malcolm‡ and Betty Smith The Starr Foundation Elliot Stein‡ Julien‡ and Jane Studley John L. Tishman‡ George and Nancy Walker William D. Zabel‡ New York City Department of Environmental Protection New York State New York State Energy Research and Development Authority United States Department of Energy Anonymous (16) Gina Addeo Lisa AddeoP Allen R. Adler and Frances Beatty Adler Hilda Adler Jerome A. Adler and Beth LebowitzP Arlene and Alan Alda Henry and Gerry Alpert Sidsel Taubo Alpert* Eugenia‡ and David Ames* Peter and Joan Andrews Arjun Appadurai Arnold‡ and Sheila Aronson George Arzt Paul J. Ash and Cobi Narita E. Nelson Asiel Marion A. Auspitz* Emanuel and Yoko Ax Hildegard Bachert Giuseppe Baiardo Helga Baitenmann* Gerald BaradP Nan Bases John and Astrid Baumgardner Kathleen Beakley Deborah Beinecke Beale* John E. Beerbower‡ Norton Belknap Maurice and Yvette Bendahan Mary Frey Bennett* Edgar and Gail Berner Angela Berti and Pierluigi ZaniniP Francisco Bezanilla and Ana CorreaP Arun and Asmita Bhatia Kenneth J. Bialkin‡ Tony Bianco George‡ and Leslie Biddle Cynthia Bienemann Franci J. Blassberg‡ and Joe Rice Steven‡ and Susan Bloom Dominique Bluhdorn‡ David Borenstein Roxanne Brandt* Harlan Bratcher‡ Hans Brenninkmeyer‡ Madeline Brine Beatrice K. Broadwater‡* Bonnie Brooks James Keith Brown‡ and Eric Diefenbach Stephanie Browner Jason and Melissa Mileff Burnett* Jennifer Andrus BurroughsP Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. BurtonP Gwendolyn Lyeth Burton* David Bushler Frick Byers* Vince Camuto Ann Schein Carlyss Making a Difference Deborah Carmichael* Christopher J. Castano‡ Paula and Stanley Chait Claire Chan* Norton and Natasha ChernyavskyP Murtaza and Shenaz ChevelP Daniel and Rhea Choy James and Juin CohenP Alice Ginott Cohn* and Theodore Cohn Stuart H. Coleman Cynthia Green Colin Yvonne and Costa Constantine Nancy and Bruce Cooper William and Jane Corbellini* Marian Lapsley Cross‡ Garry B. Crowder‡ and Jill E. Evans Shelly Cryer and Michael Stern Stephen Czarkowski‡* John D’Addario, Jr. Borzou Daragahi* Richard Darling‡ Keith David‡* Conor Davis Marie J. de Lucia and Lee Solot Pierre and Ellen de Vegh Jane‡ and Michael DeFlorio Tess Dempsey‡* Dominick DeRiso Anne Detmer and Charles KenneyP Beth Rudin DeWoody‡* Maren Dinsmore Robert J. DiQuollo Pavlina Dokovska Michael Donovan‡ and Nancye Green* Susan and Robert Doran * Edward A. Downe* Jamie Drake* Douglas D. Durst‡ Fred Dust‡ Bill and Pamela DutraP Renaud Dutreil‡ Walter and Vera Eberstadt Diana and Frederick ElghanayanP Jack S. Ellenberger Mark L. Epstein John and Rainey Erwin R. Bradford Evans JoAnn Falletta* Fang Fang and Huibin Li P Kirby and Laura FarrellP Mathieu Faure Fiona Morgan Fein Thomas Fernandez and Craig Pomranz Jerrold FineP Stuart* and Rachel Fischoff Susan L. Foote‡ David B. Ford‡ Cody Franchetti* Burt and Sandra Freeman Jim Freund‡ and Barbara Fox-Freund Pierre Frinault Sylvia Howard Fuhrman Anne Gaines*P Steven and Susan GanferP Michael‡ and Mary Gellert Robert and Rosa Gellert Ann and Gordon Getty‡ Melissa Gibbs Donald M. Gilbert and Kate B. LandowneP Vince and Amy GillP Nellie and Robert Gipson Alexander‡ and Kirsten Glantz Alumnus or alumna P Parent Member of the Board of Trustees, Boards of Governors, or Alumni Association Board ‡ Robin Glasser* Seth M. Glickenhaus Thomas Gluckman Dara and Jay Godfrey* Eck Meng Goh‡ Henry and Barbara GoossP Patricia F. Green Bob Greenberg‡ Lester Gribetz Richard E. Grimm Joe‡ and Gail Gromek Peter‡ and Gaye Gross Jeffrey Gural‡ Robert G. and Ellen S. Gutenstein Mi Yong HaP Victoria Hagan‡* Henry Hanau Leonard C. and Rosalyn Harber Judy Harris Theodore Harris Lisa Hastings* William‡ and Jane Havemeyer George W. Haywood Andrew Heffernan* Timothy W. Heltzel Geoffrey Henning‡ Elizabeth Hilpman and Byron Tucker Fred Hochberg and Tom Healy Jeffrey‡ and Betty Ann Hodgman Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Hoerle‡ Cynthia Hogan Carol Colburn Hogel Dana Hokin‡* Tae Hoon and Miri LeeP Damon Horowitz Peter Horvath John Howard Lena Liu Huang Lisa Huestis and David E. Van Zandt‡ Marion H. HuntP Betty Iu Konstantin and Paulina Ivanov Janet Jacobs Timothy and Kathleen Jay Michael E. Johnson* Sheila C. Johnson‡ Michael J. Johnston‡ Michael Jones Paul JonesP Wolf Kahn and Emily Mason Kahn Lonnie and Karen KaneP Donna Karan‡* Miriam Kartch-Hughes* Joan and Peter Kaskell Beverly Lituchy Kassner Ida Kavafian and Steven Tenenbom Barbara J. Keller Patrick KenealyP Ellen Kern William* and Anita Kerr Naomi and Neil Kleinhandler Patricia Berry Kozak Elliot Kracko Reed Krakoff‡* Jhanna Krentsel‡P Leslie and Christopher B. Kuenne‡ Debbie Kuo* Edith Kurzweil‡* Kimberly Kyser Gail S. Landis‡ Eugene M. Lang‡ Individuals (continued) Jaime Laredo and Sharon Robinson Laredo John Larkin and Deborah Slaner Larkin Warren and Amanda Larrick Jade Lau* Miriam Lawrence Catherine Lecce-Chong and Curtis ChongP Nick and Theresa LeonardyP Howard‡ and Sally Lepow Diane Lesser Evelyn Letfuss and David Finkelstein Robert‡ and Patricia Levinson Aura Levitas Jin Li and Maggie HuangP Frank Liantonio Cho-Liang Lin Shin Yin Liong, MDP Jeffrey and Lori LitowP Edward and Mary LittleP Helen Liu* David Loeb* Jane K. Lombard Bevis‡ and Clara Longstreth* Harold and Elisabeth Lorin Janine Luke Anna Karin Ulrika Lundberg* Dee MacDonald-Miller‡* Joshua L. Mack* Peter and Margaret MagerkoP James H. Mahon* Nancy Mahon‡ Colette Malouf Mark Mancini* Hadassah B. Markson Timothy Marshall Gerald and Barbara Marwell Melissa MathisonP Jeffrey and Joan MatthewsP Susan D. McClanahan‡P Perry McKay Karla and Mark McKinleyP E. Peter McLean Constance and H. Roemer McPhee Dan McSweeney* Dennis and Karen Mehiel Ilse Melamid‡ Georganne Mennin Kirsten MeriloP Elysabeth H. Miller* George and Heather Mitchell Jarl and Pamela MohnP Roberto Thompson Motta and Amalia SpinardiP Daniel Motulsky‡ and Caitlin Pincus James C.W. and Elma W. Moy* Robert H.‡ and Guna S. Mundheim Karen MurrayP Mr. and Mrs. James M. Murtha Jacki Nemerov‡ Jonathan Newcomb‡ Adina M. Newman* Rodney W. Nichols‡ David‡ and Melanie Niemiec Gwen Norton Mrs. Jose W. Noyes Michael and Georgette O’BrienP Christina Ong Gerine Ongkeko‡ and Jorge del CalvoP Paula Sarnoff Oreck George and Adrienne Orlan Peter Oundjian Willard and Katharine Overlock Sandra Owen* Susan Packie* Elaine‡ and Simon Parisier Lawrence H. Parks, Jr.‡ Peter Pastreich and Jamie Whittington Mary Quick PedersenP Ronald Perelman Michael Peskowitz* Steven and Michele Pesner The Pinheiro FamilyP Scott M. PinkusP Betsy* and Rob Pitts Susan and Thomas Plagemann Susan Butler Plum Robert‡* and Sigrid Pollin Timothy L. Porter‡ Nancy Delman Portnoy Lorna H. Power Judith L. Prager Linda Rappaport‡ and Leonard Chazen Fadi and Diala Rayess Cynthia A. Read Linda and Norman Reimer NFN Rhoeheit, PhD Gary Rodbell Felix and Elizabeth Rohatyn Charles Romano Frank* and Grace Roosevelt Daniel and Joanna S. Rose James and Natasha Rose Andrew Rosen Elaine Rosenberg Paul F. Rosengard‡ Alfred and Jane RossP Susan and Byron RothP Geneen Roth Julius Rudel‡* Jeff RudesP Donn Russell Mary E. Sabbatino* Frank and Martha Salomon Al and Susan SalomoneP Joshua Sapan‡ Ralph D. Sauer Philip Scaturro‡ Carl E. Schachter* Temple and Barney Schauble Janet L. Schinderman Robin Sue Schletter* June Schneider Michael F. Schober Theodor Schuchat* Mark‡ and Judy Schulman Ira Schuman Barry Schwartz Bernard‡ and Irene Schwartz William‡ and Janet Schwartz David Scobey William C. and Cindy L. Scott Mrs. Richard Selle Marcus and Martina ShawP Harry and Rizel Louise Sigele Michael and Laura Sirkin Mrs. James C. Slaughter‡ Lorie A. Slutsky* Bradford K. Smith* Malcolm‡ and Betty Smith Margaret J. Smith Thurmond Smithgall Martha McGeary SniderP Joan E. Sobel Paul and Marcia SoldatosP Peter Sole and Helen Mumford-SoleP Epp-Karike Sonin* Annaliese Soros Mira J. Spektor Carol and James SpielmanP Matthew Starr* John and Rebecca SteelP Elliot Stein‡ Vera Stern William J. Strizever‡ and Ivan Kovacevic Ellen M. Strommen Thomas Strouse and Lori ZukermanP Julien‡ and Jane Studley Luis and Maria SubervilleP Trudy‡ and Michael SullivanP William Susman and Emily Glasser S. Donald Sussman Marjorie SwigP Tomio Taki‡ Aso O. Tavitian‡ Making a Difference Jacqueline M. Taylor Fred and Robin TedoriP Pamela Thomas-Graham‡ Mark and Arlene Tibergien Dan and Sheryl Tishman John L. Tishman‡ Alexandra* and Michael Toccin* Alyce Williams ToonkP John A. Torson Mrs. Marvin S. Traub Paul A. Travis‡* Koianka Trencheva Kay Unger‡* Debra Denton UpsherP Judith M. Vale Rima Vargas-Vetter* Gia Ventola* Robert and Delores Viarengo* Paul J. Vidich‡ Nancy Vignola* Sue and Edgar Wachenheim Donald‡ and Diana WagnerP George and Nancy Walker‡ Judith and Michael Walzer Alan Wanzenberg‡ Joan M. Warburg Jeffrey D. Watkiss and Carol Clayton Watkiss Angela WeberP Eugene WeberP Jessica Weber* Richard and Diane WeinbergP Ron Weinberg John Weiss Linda Weiss Katherine B. Weissman Claire S. Werner* Owen and Carol Whitby Isabel Stainow Wilcox Dr. Judy Wilen and Mr. Steven SchlossP Kathleen Williams The Winick Family Barbara Winslow * Harry Wolf James Wolfensohn Andrea Woodner Mike and Shelly WoolfP Helen M. Wright Jacqueline WrightP Lilian Shiao-Yen Wu‡ Randall S.‡ and Murray Yanker Stephen‡ and Susan Yarad* William D. Zabel‡ Judith Zarin‡* and Gerald Rosenfeld Michael and Diane ZieringP Robert J. Zilg* American Endowment Foundation American Essentials Ampac Packaging Amy Grant Productions Arnhold Foundation, Inc.‡ Ashland Plumbing Corp. ASM Mechanical Systems A-Squared Architecture, LLC Association of American Colleges and Universities The Augustine Foundation Automated Logic Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Inc. Bank of America Corporations, Merrill Lynch Barclays Capital Foundations, and Barnes & Noble College Organizations Booksellers Anonymous (8) Barneys New York 1 Giant Step The Theodore H. Barth 30 Project Foundation, Inc. A. Esteban & Co., Inc. Beacon Paint & Hardware A.D. Winston Corp. Hildegarde D. Becher A/X Armani Exchange Foundation Inc. ABCO Peerless The David Berg Foundation Sprinkler Corp. The Bialkin Family Louis & Anne Abrons Foundation‡ Foundation Binational Softwood ACI Brands Inc. Lumber Council Action Carting Environmental Blick Art Materials Services, Inc. Bloomberg Action Lighting Ltd Bloomingdale’s The Arthur F. and Alice BMO Capital Markets E. Adams Charitable Bollinger, Inc./Susan Foundation Salamone ADCO Electrical Corp Bolton-St. Johns LLC Adorable Junior Garment, Inc. The Brown Foundation, Inc. Adrianna Papell Group of Houston AE Charitable Foundation Burberry AECOM Burke Supply Company— Ahava North America Jeffrey Eisman Aldo Group Canadian Pacific Railway All The Way Foundation The Capital Group Companies Charitable Allen Edmonds Foundation Alvarez and Marsal Public Sector Services, LLC Alumnus or alumna P Parent Member of the Board of Trustees, Boards of Governors, or Alumni Association Board ‡ Capital One The Carr Charitable Trust The Chan Foundation Chartwells Chicago Title Insurance Co Child Welfare Fund The Children’s Place CIBC City Lore Clarins USA Clinton Guitars Coach Colburn Foundation College Central Network Community Foundation of Texas Component Assembly Systems, Inc. Condé Nast Publications Construction & Realty Safety Group Cosentini Associates Coty, Inc. Richard and Jean Coyne Family Foundation Sally and Dick Roberts Coyote Foundation Josephine and Louise Crane Foundation CrossCurrents Foundation Cushman & Wakefield, Inc. D.F. Pray, Inc. General Contractor D’Addario Music Foundation Dakom Service Inc. Damco Daugherty Business Solutions De Simone Consulting Engineers Ira W. DeCamp Foundation Deloitte LLP Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Corporations, Foundations, and Organizations (continued) Diane von Furstenberg Studio, LLC Diesel Canada Inc. DIFFA—Design Industries Foundation Fighting Aids The Diller–von Furstenberg Family Foundation The Doneger Group Angelo Donghia Foundation Donna Karan International Strachan Donnelley 2003 Charitable Trust Drake Design II, Inc. Dunard Fund USA, Ltd. The Durst Organization Dynamic Worldwide Logistics Dyson Foundation Eagle One Roofing Eastman School of Music Lucius & Eva Eastman Fund Inc. Echo Design Group EDF R&D / EBERBAT EILEEN FISHER Baisley Powell Elebash Fund Empire Office Eppley Foundation for Research The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. Eurotech Construction Corp. EvensonBest LLC Extell Development Company Fairway Interior Group LLC The Fancy Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund The Ford Foundation Fossil Partners, LP Foundation for Newark’s Future Fownes Brothers Fred Geller Electrical, Inc. The Samuel Freeman Charitable Trust Freemark Apparel Brands Inc. Frey Foundation Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP The Fulcrum Group GameLab Institute of Play Inc. Gamma USA GE Canada Equipment Financing Group GE Capital GE Capital Retail Finance Lawrence M. Gelb Foundation Inc. German Consulate General in New York G-III Apparel Group, Ltd. Giorgio Armani Corporation Girls Write Now Godiva Chocolatier Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation‡ Good Energy, L.P. Graphic Communications Scholarship, Award and Career Advancement Foundation, Inc. Green Charitable Foundation Inc. Robert G. and Ellen S. Gutenstein H&M H. Brickman & Sons Herbert Kunstadt Associates, PC Herff Jones Inc. The Heyday Foundation The Higgins Family Foundation Highland Associates Hilco Merchant Resources Hogan Lovells Hudson’s Bay Company Hugh O’Kane Electric Co., Inc. Roy A. Hunt Foundation IALD Education Trust Fund IBM International Foundation IDEO Institute for New Economic Thinking Institute of International Education International Keyboard Institute & Festival International Studies Association Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc. Ivanhoé Cambridge iWeiss Inc. J Brand Inc. J.Crew J.P. Enterprises J.P. Morgan Securities LLC Jack Resnick & Sons Jackson Lewis LLP JCPenney Jephson Educational Trusts Peggy Keenan Jernigan Trust Jewish Communal Fund of New York Jewish Federation of Cleveland The Jewish Community Foundation Jockey International, Inc. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation The Jones Group Jones Lang LaSalle Joseph Eletto Transfer, Inc. JPMA Global Inc. JPMorgan Chase and Co. The Karan-Weiss Foundation‡ Karen Harvey Consulting Group Kate Spade, LLC Ada Howe Kent Foundation Kirk Palmer Associates David L. Klein Jr. Foundation John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Komar Konica Minolta Business Solutions USA, Inc. Korn/Ferry International Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP Kurt Salmon La Strada General Contracting Corp Langan Engineering and Environmental Services The Lanie and Ethel Foundation Lanificio Ricasoli SPA LCU Foundation Lenox Corporation Levi Strauss and Company LF USA Lighting Management LoSardo General Contractors Inc. Theodore Luce Charitable Trust Luxury Education Foundation LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton Inc. M. Zalles Wells College et al. Trust MacAndrews & Forbes Holdings Inc. Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s Maggy London International Maguire Associates, Inc. Marcus & Pollack LLP Martens & Heads McKeon Door East, Inc. The Clement Meadmore Foundation The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Merck Family Fund Metropolitan Walters, LLC Milano Foundation Miller Khoshkish Foundation Miraclesuit Swimwear and Miraclebody Jeans Making a Difference The Leo Model Foundation The Ambrose Monell Foundation David and Katherine Moore Family Foundation Movado Group Inc. Mozilla Foundation Ms. Foundation for Women Mulago Foundation‡ Nash Family Foundation Neiman Marcus Group The New York Community Trust New York Hall of Science The New York Post The New York Times The Charlotte W. Newcombe Foundation Newmark Knight Frank Nixon Peabody LLP Nokia Research Center Nouveau Elevator Nygard International Ralph E. Ogden Foundation Ohlhausen Dubois Architects Oklahoma City Community Foundation Onshore Outsourcing Open Society Foundations Osceola Foundation, Inc. OXO Paradox, Bueno of California Peco Foundation Peerless Clothing Perry Ellis International Petersen Geller Spurge, Inc. The Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation Philips Lighting University PM Construction Services Potomac Creek Associates, LLC Marie Powers Trust Presidio Network Solutions The Presser Foundation Project Runway * Proskauer Rose LLP The Prospect Hill Foundation PVH Corp. Qwest Contracting R/GA Ralph Lauren Corporation RBC Capital Markets Reiken Construction Management, Inc. The Revolve Project Riverdale Country School The Rockefeller Archive Center The Rockefeller Foundation Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors Roger & Sons Concrete, Inc. Susan and Elihu Rose Foundation Rosenberg & Estis, P.C. The Alfred and Jane Ross Foundation Hazel Roy Trust The Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation May and Samuel Rudin Family Foundation, Inc.‡ S. Rothschild & Co., Inc. Saga Furs Russell Sage Foundation Saks Fifth Avenue Samsung Everland, Inc. The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation Inc. Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. SCALE Foundation Schindler Elevator Corporation Schneider Electric The Alexander Schneider Foundation Harold and Helene Schonberg Pianist Scholarship Trust Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Alumnus or alumna P Parent Member of the Board of Trustees, Boards of Governors, or Alumni Association Board ‡ The Scully-Peretsman Foundation Select Equity Group, Inc. SEP Contracting and Restoration, Inc. Shapiro & Gellert, PLLC Peter Jay Sharp Foundation The George L. Shields Foundation, Inc. SIGA INTERNATIONAL Sigal Family Foundation Silver Mountain Foundation for the Arts The Sirus Fund‡ Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Smart Moving & Storage The Ted Snowdon Foundation Software Paradigms International Solomon Page Fashion & Beauty Sony Electronics The Sam Spiegel Foundation The Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust‡ The Linda and Isaac Stern Charitable Foundation Stikeman Elliot LLP The Geraldine Stutz Trust, Inc. Sunnyside Painting Inc. Surdna Foundation Swarovski Tahari ASL LLC Tavitian Foundation‡ The Teck Foundation John Templeton Foundation Theory The Michael D. Thomas Educational Foundation Threadstone Advisors Fritz Thyssen Stiftung The Tibergien Charitable Fund Tikva Grassroots Empowerment Fund of Tides Foundation The Tinker Foundation Inc. Tishman Construction Corporation The TJX Companies, Inc. Towers Watson Turner Construction Company Type Directors Club, Inc. UNIQLO Co., Ltd. United Healthcare OXFORD United Parcel Service United Way of New York City Universal Protection Service LLC Universidad Nacional de San Martin University Health Plans Urban Foundation Engineering, LLC U.S.-Japan Council Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Vantan Design Institute Victoria Hagan Interiors The Vidda Foundation Vogue Magazine W 5 Group, LLC Wacoal America, Inc. Otto and Fran Walter Foundation Incorporated John Ward/Vertical Design Inc. Washington Square Partners Wells Fargo Philanthropy Fund Will-Rich Shoe Company, LLC Wolverine Worldwide Foundation Woodworks Construction Co., Inc. Xscape, Betsy & Adam, Blondie Nites Z.S. Engineering, P.C. Zumba Fitness Gifts in Kind Matching Gifts Planned Gifts Public Investment Estate of Akiko Bando Marco Breuer and Arnold Helbling Chelsea Wine Vault Donna Karan Company Allison Druyanoff Thomas Fararo Susan L. Foote‡ Frederick Wildman & Sons Gail and Paul Gallo Deborah Gliken Hyperbolic Audio, LLC John Koegel Howard‡ and Sally Lepow Joel and Bonnie Lester Alyssa Levy and M.J. Levy Dickson LF USA Harrigan Logan Caitlin Morgan Joan and Scott Parry Steven A. Pinker Regal Wine Imports The Sadowsky Family Shoshanna Theory LLC Thomas von Lintel Randy Wooten Randall S.‡ and Murray Yanker Bank of America Foundation Brown Shoe Company, Inc. Charitable Trust The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Frey Foundation GE Foundation Goldman Sachs & Co. Google Inc. Humana Inc. IBM International Foundation Intermountain Industries Petroglyph Energy Foundation, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Contribution Fund Kirkland & Ellis Foundation Macy’s Foundation MetLife Foundation MFA Financial, Inc. Microsoft Corporation The Merck Company Foundation Pfizer Foundation Towers Watson UBS Investment Bank United Technologies Corporation Estate of Marilyn Apelson Estate of Katri McCormick Barnes Estate of Bertram Elgot Estate of Jennifer Hill Estate of Arthur Leon Horniker Estate of Malcolm and Miriam Klein Estate of Virginia B. McEwen Ilse Melamid‡ Estate of Joan E. Miller Estate of Werner Muensterberger Lawrence Nannery, PhD Estate of Jean Paradise Donn Russell Estate of Ruth C. Stern Estate of Alice K. Straschil National Endowment for the Arts National Institutes of Health National Science Foundation New York City Department of Cultural Affairs New York State Council on the Arts New York State Research and Development Authority U.S. Department of Defense Making a Difference Expanding Opportunities The university connects students to an expanding world of ideas and opportunities with support from our generous community of donors. Our partnerships and initiatives help our students broaden their perspective, learn in new ways, and effect change in their communities and fields. The New York Community Trust has partnered with The New School since the 1980s to support young people and the programs that improve educational outcomes for them. The Trust is a generous supporter of the Parsons Scholars Program, an innovative college preparatory program that introduces New York City high school students to careers in art and design. The Trust’s generous support has included college scholarships for students who complete this pre-college program and pursue their bachelor’s degree at Parsons. The Trust has also made possible a unique mentorship program for New York City youth to develop and present original interactive electronic products. The Trust has also been a longtime supporter of the Center for New York City Affairs (CNYCA) at The New School, an applied policy research institute that drives innovation in social policy through the work of its team of experts and the New School graduate students who work with them. The Trust is supporting the expansion of CNYCA’s efforts to monitor and assess the performance of New York City public schools and help parents and students make informed decisions about school choice through CNYCA’s Insideschools website. As part of its Philips Lighting University initiative, Philips Lighting is collaborating with Parsons on a new international forum that will bring together architects, lighting designers, academics, and industry leaders to explore compelling contemporary issues in the field of lighting and design. The multi-year Luminous Talks project includes open café–style events, webinars, online discussion forums, and dedicated video channels, offering professionals and students a variety of opportunities to learn, connect, inspire, and be inspired. 2 1 3 “I support The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music for many reasons— its emphasis on self-expression, its dedicated professional faculty, and its connection to a progressive university, to name a few. But mostly, my kid is just so happy to be there. The academic and artistic freedom that the school gives these students is rare.” Gerine Ongkeko, Jazz parent and member of the Board of Governors Annual Fund and Parents Fund The New School’s Annual Fund and Parent Fund provide critical unrestricted support for many of the programs and initiatives that set The New School apart. This type of support helps us upgrade our facilities, take advantage of new opportunities, and enrich our community through scholarships and public programs. We are grateful for the generosity and participation of supporters like Jazz parents Gerine Ongkeko (who also volunteers her time as a member of the Jazz Board of Governors) and her husband, Jorge del Calvo. Lang parents Laura and Kirby Farrell and Mannes parents Claudia and Joel Nimar attend performances and programs on campus and meet with school deans. The New School is a richer community as a result of their and all our supporters’ engagement. 1. A Parsons Scholar presents her work. 2. Parsons is committed to helping young people pursue their passion for art and design. 3. Percussionists prepare for a collaboration between Parsons, Mannes, and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. 4 4. Students experiment with light in Parsons’ School of Constructed Environments. Designing the Future The milestones and events highlighted here reflect The New School’s commitment to creative thinking, open discussion, and social innovation. The university can meet the challenge of remaining new—evolving continuously to provide an engaging, challenging, and relevant education—thanks to the vision and generosity of our donor community. LaGuardia Dinner and The Tishman Family Fashion Benefit The Parsons Fashion Benefit salutes innovators in the fashion industry while raising critical funds to support scholarships at Parsons. The funds raised each year at this event enable us to recruit and nurture the next generation of innovative artists, designers, and leaders. The event is also a launch pad for graduating students, who display their work to industry leaders in a runway show. In 2013, The New School honored Parsons alumni Jack McCollough (BFA Fashion Design ’02) and Lazaro Hernandez (BFA Fashion Design ’02) of Proenza Schouler, who first collaborated as students on the collection that launched their career, and visionary executive Bonnie Brooks, who helped pioneer high fashion retailing for the Hudson’s Bay Company in several roles, including president and vice chairman. The New School’s Fiorello H. LaGuardia Dinner raises money for scholarships for students across the university. The 2013 dinner was a family affair. The New School honored a longtime friend of the university, Daniel R. Tishman, chairman of Tishman Construction Corporation and vice chair of AECOM. Dan’s father, John L. Tishman, has served on the Board of Trustees for more than 30 years and was honored at the 2006 LaGuardia Dinner. The Tishman family has long supported The New School’s efforts to find innovative solutions to real-world problems through scholarship and stipend programs like the Tishman Environmental Merit Scholars Program and the John L. Tishman Scholarships for Sustainable Development, Design, and Construction. 1 3 4 1. New School trustee John L. Tishman, Sheryl Tishman, and LaGuardia Dinner honoree Daniel R. Tishman. 2. A runway look by Harin Yang (BFA Fashion Design ’13). 3. A Parsons fashion student prepares for her final presentation. 2 4. Fashion Benefit honorees Jack McCollough (BFA Fashion Design ’02) and Lazaro Hernandez (BFA Fashion Design ’02), co-founders of Proenza Schouler, join fellow honoree Bonnie Brooks of the Hudson’s Bay Company to announce the winners of the student runway show. Supporting Bold Innovation The New School is advancing a bold vision with support from our dynamic community of donors and friends. Supporting Bold Innovation ASSETS 2013 2012 Cash and Cash Equivalents 11,660 9,264 Student Accounts Receivable, Net 7,822 7,162 Contributions Receivable, Net 20,424 38,561 Investments 339,816 322,142 Deferred Charges and Other Assets 21,357 19,517 Funds Held by Bond Trustees 43,191 181,129 Student Loans Receivable 3,912 4,120 Land, Buildings, and Equipment 509,819 379,335 TOTAL ASSETS 958,001 961,230 Accounts Payable and Accrued Liabilities 69,363 79,827 Deferred Revenue 11,037 11,460 Federal Perkins Student Loan Advances 3,768 3,770 Long-Term Debt 434,568 438,084 TOTAL LIABILITIES 518,736 533,141 Unrestricted 239,983 233,051 Temporarily Restricted 118,970 116,696 Permanently Restricted 80,312 78,342 TOTAL NET ASSETS 439,265 428,089 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS 958,001 961,230 LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS NET ASSETS Statement of Activities YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2013 AND 2012 (Dollars in Thousands) 2013 UNRESTRICTED TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED OPERATING REVENUES Student Tuition and Fees 335,706 — — Scholarship Allowance $ (90,422) — — NET TUITION AND FEES 245,284 — — Contributions 3,584 13,050 — Grants and Contracts 5,822 — — Endowment Return Appropriated for Operations 4,765 4,940 — Auxiliary Activities 31,267 — — Other Income 5,052 — — 16,954 (16,954) — 1,036 — Net Assets Released From Restrictions TOTAL OPERATING REVENUES 312,728 OPERATING EXPENSES Instruction and Departmental Research 119,641 — — Sponsored Research and Public Services 9,464 — — Academic Support 61,876 — — Student Services 23,927 — — Auxiliary Activities 30,270 — — 61,274 — — — — 1,036 — 103 1,858 Institutional Support TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES 306,452 CHANGE IN NET ASSETS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES 6,276 NON OPERATING ACTIVITIES Contributions for Capital and Endowment — Write Off of Net Bond Premiums and Deferred Charges Related to Defeased Bonds — — — 5,959 6,279 — (4,765) (4,940) — (788) 46 112 Net Assets Released for Capital Expenditures 250 (250) — CHANGE IN NET ASSETS FROM NON OPERATING ACTIVITIES 656 1,238 1,970 Endowment Return Endowment Return Appropriated for Operations Other, Net CHANGE IN NET ASSETS NET ASSETS—BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS—END OF YEAR $ 6,932 2,274 1,970 233,051 116,696 78,342 239,983 118,970 80,312 Supporting Bold Innovation 2012 TOTAL UNRESTRICTED TEMPORARILY RESTRICTED PERMANENTLY RESTRICTED TOTAL 335,706 334,564 — — 334,564 (90,422) (86,078) — — (86,078) 245,284 248,486 — — 248,486 16,634 1,845 15,481 — 17,326 5,822 5,688 — — 5,688 9,705 4,765 5,160 — 9,925 31,267 29,574 — — 29,574 5,052 5,970 61 — 6,031 — 16,390 (16,390) — — 313,764 312,718 4,312 — 317,030 119,641 118,236 — — 118,236 9,464 10,020 — — 10,020 61,876 62,009 — — 62,009 23,927 24,186 — — 24,186 30,270 29,297 — — 29,297 61,274 65,135 — — 65,135 306,452 308,883 — — 308,883 7,312 3,835 4,312 — 8,147 1,961 — 30 4,105 4,135 — (2,094) — — (2,094) 12,238 (2,602) (1,951) — (4,553) (9,705) (4,765) (5,160) — (9,925) (630) 16 625 33 674 — 750 (750) — — 3,864 (8,695) (7,206) 4,138 (11,763) 11,176 (4,860) (2,894) 4,138 (3,616) 428,089 237,911 119,590 74,204 431,705 439,265 233,051 116,696 78,342 428,089 Supporting Bold Innovation Trustees Boards of Governors BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE NEW SCHOOL Joseph R. Gromek, Chair Franci J. Blassberg, Vice Chair Garry Crowder, Vice Chair Susan L. Foote, Vice Chair Elliot Stein, Vice Chair Henry H. Arnhold Arnold H. Aronson Steven H. Bloom Dominique Bluhdorn Jane DeFlorio Beth Rudin DeWoody Douglas D. Durst Fred A. Dust Renaud Dutreil David B. Ford Michael E. Gellert Paul A. Gould Jeffrey Gural Susan U. Halpern, Esq. William E. Havemeyer Robert F. Hoerle Sheila C. Johnson Michael J. Johnston Christopher B. Kuenne Bevis Longstreth Nancy Lublin Susan M. Lyne Anthony J. Mannarino Savannah Maziya Robert H. Mundheim Jonathan Newcomb Charles R. Perrin Timothy L. Porter Linda E. Rappaport Joshua Sapan Bernard L. Schwartz Stanley P. Silverstein Mrs. James C. Slaughter Malcolm B. Smith Julien J. Studley John L. Tishman Kay Unger David E. Van Zandt Dr. Lilian Shiao-Yen Wu Randall S. Yanker William D. Zabel Judith Zarin, PhD Life Trustees Eugene M. Lang Philip Scaturro Tomio Taki PARSONS THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DESIGN Kay Unger, Chair Arnold H. Aronson Dominique Bluhdorn Harlan Bratcher Pauline Brown Richard Darling Jane DeFlorio Tess Dempsey Beth Rudin DeWoody Michael Donovan Jamie Drake Fred A. Dust Renaud Dutreil Susan Feldman Cynthia Germanotta Julie Gilhart Eck Meng Goh Robert Greenberg Jerome S. Griffith Joseph R. Gromek Victoria Hagan William E. Havemeyer Geoffrey Henning Sheila C. Johnson Donna Karan Sidney Kimmel Reed Krakoff Dee MacDonald-Miller Nancy Mahon Jacki Nemerov Paul F. Rosengard A. Peter Sallick Denise V. Seegal Tomio Taki Pamela Thomas-Graham Alan Wanzenberg Honorary Members Marvin Blumenfeld Helene David-Weill Anna-Maria Kellen Jack L. Larsen Dianne H. Pilgrim Betty Sherrill THE NEW SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH Susan L. Foote, Chair Paul Vidich, Vice Chair Henry H. Arnhold Kenneth Bialkin, Esq. Keith David Michael E. Gellert Edith Kurzweil, PhD Paul Bennett Marrow, Esq. David E. McClean, PhD Ilse Melamid Daniel T. Motulsky Robert H. Mundheim Michael Obuchowski, PhD Robert N. Pollin, PhD Dale Ponikvar Bernard L. Schwartz Malcolm B. Smith Aso Tavitian MANNES COLLEGE THE NEW SCHOOL FOR MUSIC Linda E. Rappaport, Chair Eugenia Ames John E. Beerbower Beatrice Broadwater Nicholas Firth Michael E. Gellert Alexander Glantz Peter M. Gross Howard Lepow Bevis Longstreth David Niemiec Elaine Parisier Andrew C. Quale, Jr. Philip Scaturro William Schwartz Mrs. James C. Slaughter William Strizever Donald Wagner Stephen Yarad Artist Members Danielle De Niese Gordon Getty Murray Perahia Julius Rudel Robert Sherman Frederica von Stade THE NEW SCHOOL FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT Randall S. Yanker, Chair Anthony J. Mannarino, Vice Chair George Biddle Hans Brenninkmeyer James Keith Brown Gwenn Carr Christopher J. Castano John Catsimatidis Marian Lapsley Cross, PhD Susan U. Halpern, Esq. Jeffrey Hodgman Joan L. Jacobson Alan Jenkins Eugene Keilin Gail S. Landis Robert Levinson Bevis Longstreth Victor Navasky Lawrence H. Parks, Jr. Julien J. Studley Monsignor Kevin Sullivan Paul A. Travis Judith Zarin, PhD Honorary Members David Dinkins Lewis Lapham EUGENE LANG COLLEGE THE NEW SCHOOL FOR LIBERAL ARTS Jeffrey Gural, Chair Steven H. Bloom Dana Hokin Jhanna Krentsel Rodney W. Nichols Bonnie Roche Malcolm B. Smith Dr. Lilian Shiao-Yen Wu THE NEW SCHOOL FOR JAZZ AND CONTEMPORARY MUSIC James Freund, Vice Chair Bertram Lubin, MD Hank O’Neal Gerine Ongkeko Timothy L. Porter Mark A. Schulman Artist Member La Tanya Hall Did You Know? The New School and its supporters provide $91 million in scholarship aid to students. There are over 10,000 New School students enrolled in more than 135 degree and diploma programs. Six current students of anthropology, economics, and sociology at The New School for Social Research have received Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants from the National Science Foundation. International Field Program students from the Julien J. Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs and other New School graduate programs have provided an estimated $3,570,000 in in-kind contributions to organizations in more than 30 countries. Drama alumni have been recognized for their work by organizations including Sundance Institute Theatre Program, New Dramatists, Eugene Oâ€™Neill Theater Center, Stage Directors and Choreographers Society, and The Drama League, and with Tony, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild, Princess Grace, and Academy Awards. Mannes and Jazz students present more than 550 concerts annually. Graduates of the MFA Creative Writing program had 36 books published last year. Since 1997, the Parsons Scholars Program has served nearly 300 teens. More than 90 percent of the Scholars have gone on to college, the majority being the first in their families to do so. Eighty-two Parsons Scholars alumni have enrolled at Parsons for their undergraduate studies. 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