As Associate Dean of Students, Patrick McCreery helps to lead Gallatin's offices of Advising, Alumni Relations, Internships, Special Events and Programs, and Student Affairs and Student Life. Much of Pat's work focuses on the areas of awards and fellowships, honors and scholars programs, diversity, student wellness and discipline. Pat has worked at Gallatin since 1995, and he is a clinical assistant professor at the school. You can read his faculty bio here.
As Director of Student Affairs at Gallatin, Rahul Hamid oversees, student life, co-curricular programming, student discipline, and assistance to students at risk.
As Assistant Director of Student Affairs, Richard Jung works closely with students who might be struggling with issues ranging from adjusting to college and school/life balance, to stress and time management. He also helps process leave of absences and term withdrawals for those who may need to take time away from school.
As Assistant Director of Student Life, Emma Leary helps to facilitate extracurricular life at Gallatin, including student clubs and activities. Emma also helps facilitate co-curricular programming such as Coffee Houses and Dinealogues, and larger scale school events like Welcome Week. She is an adviser to the Gallatin Student Council, and a member of Gallatin’s Diversity Council.
Monique is a native New Yorker, with roots in the arts, who has been part of Gallatin's Student Affairs and Student Life Offices since 2007. Her primary role is to support office operations, budget, and special events for both Student Affairs and Student Life. Monique was the recipient of the 2016 "Staff Unsung Hero" Gallatin Student Life Award.
Beatrice Antonie Martino is the incoming Gallatin Graduate Assistant for Student Life. She has Bachelor's degrees in Psychology and Dance from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and is excited to relocate to New York City and immerse herself in the NYU Gallatin community. Since getting her degree in 2014, Beatrice has been working full time coordinating student and community events at UCSB and she is looking forward to facilitating student activities and groups at Gallatin. She's a great team player and loves working with people.
Jonathan Barry Wolf is one of the Gallatin Graduate Assistants for Student Life and the Vice President of the Gallatin Grad Student Organization. In these roles, Jonathan advises Gallatin clubs and assists in the planning and implementation of community events and activities.
Rae Georges is the assistant for the Associate Dean of Students. Her primary role is in Student Affairs, where she supports events and manages application processes for Gallatin’s research awards and fellowships. Rae is a Gallatin alum and she was the recipient of the 2017 "Staff Unsung Hero" Gallatin Student Life Award. Her hobbies include event planning, visiting museums, daydreaming, and collecting sheep.