Felice Nudelman

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Felice Nudelman "joined The New York Times as the college marketing manager in 2000. Ms. Nudelman oversees college relations and marketing and is responsible for developing national strategies, university partnerships and new business opportunities. She manages the college Web site (www.nytimes.com/college) with NYT Digital. In 2002, she received The Times “GrandSlam Award” for her work.

"Before joining The Times, Ms. Nudelman served as executive director for Pace University’s School of Education. She served on Pace University’s committee for continuing, corporate and distance education and on the Associate and Assistant Dean’s committee engaged in the formation of policy and procedures and strategic planning for administrative functions. In 1997 she received Pace’s Outstanding Contribution award for her work.

"Previously, Ms. Nudelman was Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Bloomfield College. While there she was awarded the National Academic Advising Association’s award for Best Advising Program in the country. In addition to teaching courses in the humanities and arts divisions she worked with a team of faculty to develop a women’s studies interdisciplinary minor.

"In 2001, Ms. Nudelman, Nancy Cooley, Dan Dunn and Kevin Rabineau, led a seminar on leading and managing change for the Harvard Graduate School of Education, MDP seminar. This presentation was published in the Harvard newsletter.

"In addition to Ms. Nudelman’s experience in higher education, she has experience in photography, and has been featured in “Allegories”, a one-woman show at the Jersey City Museum and numerous other group shows. She serves on the Pace University Center for Urban Education Advisory Board, is Vice-Chair of the Board of Governors for The National Teachers Hall of Fame and is on the Board of Trustees for the International Partnership for Service Learning.

"Ms. Nudelman obtained her B.A. in Fine Arts and Philosophy from Allegheny College and MFA from Pratt Institute. She received an MDP certificate from Harvard Graduate School of Education." [1]

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  1. Felice Nudelman, International Conference, accessed March 4, 2008.