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Mitchell Lawrence Moss

Mitchell Lawrence Moss, American urban planning educator. Grantee, National Science Foundation, 1975-1977, Corporation Public Broadcasting, 1981-1982, Benton Foundation, 1981-1982.

Background

  • Moss, Mitchell Lawrence was born on November 21, 1948 in New York City. Son of Irving and Belle (Koven) Moss.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, Northwestern University, 1969. Master of Arts, University Washington, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy, University Southern California, 1975.

    Career

    • Assistant professor New York University, 1973-1976, associate professor, 1977-1986, professor planning, since 1987, director Urban Research Center, since 1987. Consultant, Port Authority New York and New Jersey, 1981-1982, State of New York, 1986-1987, Nynex, White Plains, New York, 1988-1989. Deputy to chairman, New York Council Fiscal and Economic Priorities, Albany, since 1983.

    Works

    • Editor: Telecommunications and Productivity, 1981. Contributor articles to various publications.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Judaism

    Membership

    Member research committee, United Way New York, since 1987. Member committee on New York City, Municipal Art Society New York, since 1988. Member commercial development committee, New York Partnership, since 1988.

    Member American Society Public Administration, American Planning Association, Urban Affairs Association.

    Connections

    • Married Candace Greene, November 16, 1976. 1 child, Alexandra Helen.
    • father: Irving Moss
    • mother: Belle (Koven) Moss
    • spouse: Candace Greene
    • child: Alexandra Helen Moss
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    Born November 21, 1948
    (age 68)
    Nationality
    • 1969
      Northwestern University
    • 1970
      University Washington
    • 1975
      University Southern California