1 Anthony Maniscalco th Avenue - #2R Brooklyn, New York (917) Curriculum Vitae Education CUNY Graduate Center, The City University of New York. New York, NY. MA, M. Phil, Ph.D. Political Science. Brooklyn College, The City University of New York. Brooklyn, NY. BA. Political Science and Philosophy. Academic Administration and Teaching Director, Edward T. Rogowsky Internship Program in Government and Public Affairs, The City University of New York. New York, NY. [2001-Present] supervise full- and part-time employees, faculty coordinators, and administrative/support staff oversee and deliver academically-guided internships to 1,000 college students annually develop competitive experiential learning programs/fellowships i.e., CUNY Women s Public Service Program, Caucus CUNY Scholars Program, SOMOS CUNY Summer Internship establish eligibility/selection criteria for curricular programs and evaluate student applications advance curriculum interests and student success in all competitive/non-competitive programs lead recruitment across system colleges, academic divisions, and career services departments build new membership affiliations with 7 community colleges and university-wide programs develop new institutional arrangements between CUNY graduate degree programs (e.g., CUNY School of Law, CUNY Graduate Center) and New York State Excelsior Service Fellows Program securing more than $500k in fellowships for advanced degree holders secure partnerships with legislative officials and staff, executive agencies, NGO heads create two co-curricular/civic engagement projects for 1,200 college students and 700 high school students enrolled in College Now support 500 full-time, Albany-based internships in the New York State Legislature organize program orientations and career development workshops for all student participants provide academic advisement to undergraduate and graduate students offer career/personal counseling to students and alumni raise and disburse $400k in scholarship funds manage up to $1 million tax-levy budget; draft program reports Professor-in-Residence, Session Internship Program, New York State Assembly. Albany, NY. [2016-Present] Producer, CUNY Forum. CUNY TV. New York, NY. [2001-Present] produce monthly public affairs television program with panel format curate show topics, research public policy issues, select/invite guests, post-production Adjunct Associate Professor, Hunter College, The City University of New York, New York, NY. Graduate Program in Urban Policy and Leadership. [ ]
2 Academic Coordinator, Summer Washington Program, The City University of New York. New York, NY/Washington, D.C. [ ] recruited student applicants and headed faculty selection committee arranged internship placements in Capitol Hill offices, executive agencies, and NGOs developed curricula and weekly academic seminar series for student interns secured housing, arranged contracts, and processed award payments oversaw program budget; drafted reports Graduate Teaching Fellow, Hunter College, The City University of New York. New York, NY. Political Science, undergraduate division [ ] Project Faculty Member, Model New York State Senate Session Program, New York and Albany, NY. [ ] developed curricula on state politics and policy liaised with CUNY and SUNY administrators, faculty, and support staff presided over scholarship committees coordinated civic engagement events Adjunct Lecturer, Brooklyn College, The City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY. Political Science, undergraduate and graduate divisions. [ ] Adjunct Lecturer, City College of New York, The City University of New York, New York, NY. Political Science, undergraduate division [Summer 1995]. Adjunct Lecturer, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, The City University of New York, New York, NY. Government, undergraduate division. [ ] Grants Coordinator, Kingsborough Community College, The City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY. [ ] wrote funding requests for submission to public and private grant makers developed NYS VATEA grant for CUNY College Now and higher education bridge programs prepared final reports for funders served on steering committees published Grants Update for College faculty drafted institutional self-study reports Adjunct Lecturer, Educational Opportunity Center, State University of New York, Brooklyn, NY. ESL & college writing composition/preparatory division. [ ] Summer Coordinator, Local 1199 Health and Hospital Workers Training and Education Fund, New York, NY. Internship/Work-Study Project. [Summer 1992] Tutor, English Skills Center, Kingsborough Community College, The City University of New York, Brooklyn, NY. [ ] Presentations and Professional Activities NYC Politics & the 2016 Presidential Election, Annual Political Colloquium of the Latino Leadership Institute, Silberman School of Social Work, New York, NY, December 8, Discussant.
3 CUNY Institutional Support for Undocumented Students, Second Annual CUNY Dreamers Conference, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, New York, NY, November 20, Presenter. Policies, Peers & Proof: Establishing a Resume Approval Policy with Peer Career Advisors, Annual Conference of the New York State Cooperative & Experiential Education Association, Troy, New York, October 19, Moderator. Panel on Careers in Government, America Needs You Student/Mentor Conference: Brooklyn, New York, October 17, Presenter. CUNY Task Force on Experiential Learning. New York, NY, convened July 16, Member Alumni Mentoring Roundtable, CUNY Graduate Center, New York, NY, April 20, Mentor. CUNY-Wide Conference on Prestigious Scholarships, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY, New York, NY, November 14, Presenter. Engaging Students in Politics: Building a Skills Set for Democratic Participation, NASPA Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE) Conference, Miami, Florida, June 12, Presenter. Postsecondary Access and Completion for All: Latinas/os in America s Future, President s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, Roosevelt House, Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY, June 9-10, Select Participant. CUNY Student Roundtable with the New York State Senate, 3 rd Annual Unidad Latina Conference, New York Hilton, September 28, Facilitator. Developing Leaders: Experiential Public Policy Opportunities to Engaged Citizens, Annual Meeting of the National Association of Student Affairs Professionals, John Jay College, CUNY, New York, NY, June 11, Presenter. The Future of Latino Leadership and Higher Education, Model New York State Senate Session Project 16 th Reunion, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College, CUNY, New York, NY, July 14, Panel Convener. Student Roundtable with the New York State Senate Majority Conference, 2 nd Annual Unidad Latina Conference, New York Hilton, September 29, Convener. Student Roundtable with the New York State Senate Majority Conference, 1 st Annual Unidad Latina Conference, Sheraton New York, October 22, Convener. Cultural and Educational Exchange: Public Affairs and Civic Engagement in the United States and Turkey. Guest of the Turkish Cultural Center, Istanbul and Ankara, Turkey. May 14-26, Select Participant. Oversight: Improving Participatory Democracy through Municipal Cable Television, Committee on Technology in Government, City Council of New York, New York, NY, February 14, Testimony. Education for the Public Service: The Urban Internship Experience. Roundtable at the 28 th Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Fort Worth, Texas, April 22, Co-presenter.
4 Institute for the Analysis of Contemporary Society. 2 nd Annual Meeting, Brattleborough, Vermont, June 3-6, Discussant. National Center for the Revitalization of Central Cities (NCRCC) Strategy Summit. University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 24, Discussant. Developing Programs and Strategies for the Revitalization of Central Cities. 23 rd Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Indianapolis, Indiana, April 23, Panelist. Publications and Research Public Spaces, Marketplaces, and the Constitution, State University of New York (SUNY) Press, Don t make Times Square square, Editorial published in the New York Daily News, October 11, 2015 Occupy Mall Street? How Public Space was Excluded in Shopping Centers, Metropolitiques.eu, April 21, 2015 A Right to the Suburb? New Urbanism, Public Space, and the Law, Metropolitiques.eu, December 8, Public Space and the American Judiciary, 53 rd Annual Meeting of the New York State Political Science Association, St. Johns University, Flushing, New York, May 7, Presenter. New York City s Outer-Borough Development Strategy: Case Studies in Urban Revitalization, in Urban Revitalization: Policies and Programs (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1995). Coauthor. Research Associate, School of Public Affairs, Baruch College, City University of New York, New York, NY. [Summer 1996] conducted research on engaged scholarship and economic development drafted reports on the role of higher education in urban revitalization strategies Research Associate, National Center for the Revitalization for Central Cities, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA. [ ] conducted research on economic redevelopment in New York City s outer boroughs drafted conference papers for annual meetings of the Urban Affairs Association Courses Taught By Area American and Urban Politics/Policy URBG 701. Introduction to Organization and Management for the Public Sector, Graduate Program in Urban Policy and Leadership, Hunter College, CUNY URBP 787. Urban Spaces and the Public Sphere, Graduate Program in Urban Planning, Hunter College, CUNY Gov 101. Introduction to American Government, John Jay College, CUNY PS 411/412. Seminar/Internship in New York Government and Politics, Hunter College, CUNY Gov 206. Urban Politics, John Jay College, CUNY PS 36. United States Congress and the Legislative Process, Brooklyn College, CUNY PS Interest Groups in American Society, Brooklyn College, CUNY Gov 402. Seminar on Government and Politics in New York City, John Jay College, CUNY PS Seminar and Internship in New York City Government and Politics, Brooklyn College, CUNY
5 Public and Constitutional Law PS Privacy and Publicity in American Constitutional Law, Hunter College, CUNY PS 342. The First Amendment, Hunter College, CUNY PS 340. Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers, Hunter College, CUNY PS 749.X. Federalism and Economic Regulation in the United States, Graduate Division, Brooklyn College, CUNY, Gov 230. Principles of Constitutional Government, John Jay College, CUNY Gov 430. Seminar on Civil Rights and Liberties, John Jay College, CUNY Political Theory PS 203. Political Thought since 1900, Hunter College, CUNY PS 305. Democratic Theory, Hunter College, CUNY PS 301. American Political Philosophy, Hunter College, CUNY PS 112. Introduction to Political Theory, Hunter College, CUNY Gov 371. American Political Thought, John Jay College, CUNY PS 106. Political Ideas and Issues, City College, CUNY Professional Memberships New York State Cooperative & Experiential Education Association (NYSCEEA) Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA) Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education (NASPA) American Political Science Association (APSA) Urban Affairs Association (UAA)