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The NYU SPS mission statement is supported by a value proposition that focuses on four key facets.

Each is further defined by unique attributes that can be used as talking points and to illustrate the underlying strengths of the overarching message.

Committed to Academic Excellence

  • Foster exceptional teaching and applied research that translates theory and real-world experiences into dynamic, high-value curricula.

  • Bring diverse and cross-disciplinary perspectives and the principles of inclusion into our academics

  • Offer access to an unrivaled range of disciplines

  • Capitalize on the global assets of New York University


Inspired by Tomorrow’s Challenges

  • Champion innovation and agility in courses and programs

  • Partner with professional communities to anticipate and deliver solutions to emerging opportunities.

  • Seek positive social and economic impact

Invested in Enduring Relationships

  • Collaborate with thought leaders around the globe

  • Understand and influence the pulse of industries and professions

  • Leverage New York and its thriving institutions

  • Promote transformative networks of colleagues, alumni, and mentors

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Supported by a Collaborative Culture

  • Ensure inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity and access (IDBEA) at SPS

  • Actively engage in SPS students’ individual and community development

  • Build thriving faculty communities

  • Foster staff contributions and connections across the school and university

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Core practices that drive our commitment to learning.

Implications for Higher Education

Macro and micro political, economic, social, and technological forces are impacting multiple New York University School of Professional Studies key stakeholder communities.


What areas of work should we prioritize as an institution? 

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Higher Education Implications
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