NYU Furman Center fellowships are awarded to post-doctoral researchers, legal scholars, and law and policy graduate students who have shown exceptional academic ability and achievement, as well as dedication to the highest standards of interdisciplinary empirical and legal research about housing, land use, real estate, and urban affairs.
We are grateful for the generosity of the funders of these fellowships, who include New York University School of Law alumni and leaders in the field of real estate and urban development. Their support and commitment to the NYU Furman Center’s mission and research and to the professional development of our students and researchers is key to the NYU Furman Center’s ability to deliver rigorous, policy-relevant research. We very much appreciate each of our named fellowships and their supporters:
Frances Moelis Fellowship
Supported by Ronald L. Moelis ‘82, CEO, L+M Development Partners
Jonathan L. Mechanic/Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson Fellowship
Supported by Fried Frank and Jonathan L. Mechanic ‘77, chairman of the Real Estate Department and partner, Fried Frank
Nourallah Elghanayan Fellowship
Supported by K. Thomas Elghanayan, CEO, TF Cornerstone
Sara Salzman Fellowship
Supported by Jesse Sharf, ’86, co-chair of the Real Estate Department and partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Recent Past Fellowships
Herbert Z. Gold Affordable Housing Fellowship
Supported by Herbert Z. Gold ‘40
Ed Koch Memorial Student Fellowship
Supported by AvalonBay Communities, Inc; Forsyth Street Advisors; Local Support Initiatives Corporation; Lemle & Wolf, Inc; Phipps Houses; Monadnock Construction; The Community Preservation Corporation; Langsam Property Services Corp; Jonathan Rose Companies
Herbert and Lorraine Podell Student Fellowship
Supported by Herbert S. Podell (LL.B. ‘58), partner, Podell, Schwartz, Schechter & Banfield, LLP
If you are interested in establishing a fellowship at the NYU Furman Center, please contact Mark Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fellowships are awarded only to current research assistants and research fellows. If you are interested in learning more about job opportunities at the NYU Furman Center, please visit our jobs page.