NYC publication's yearly list of the 50 most influential New York educators recognizes NYU Wagner's Mitchell Moss
City & State has named NYU Wagner Professor Mitchell L. Moss to its annual list of the 50 most influential New York educators at colleges and universities. Moss, who heads the NYU Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management headquartered at the graduate school of public service, is the only full-time professor who is not an academic dean or president to be recognized by the publication’s 2020 Higher Education Power 50, which also highlights New York University President Andrew Hamilton.
“A longtime fixture in New York political and policymaking circles, Mitchell Moss served as an adviser to Michael Bloomberg during his first mayoral campaign in 2001. More recently, Gov. Andrew Cuomo placed Moss on an advisory group tasked with addressing revenue shortfalls at the MTA and congestion on New York City roads. Last year, Mayor Bill de Blasio appointed him to an expert panel on the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway reconstruction project,” according to the publication.