In a feature interview, Dean Peter Henry cites how the School has deepened and diversified through faculty recruitment, and its priority of providing scholarships for high-achieving, low-income students
— October 16, 2016
Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "[Henry] is adamant that financial services companies need to engage with the longer-term issues that preoccupy economists — such as income inequality — rather than just the more pressing matters that managers tend to focus on. In keeping with this mantra, NYU Stern is focusing fundraising on creating full scholarships for high-achieving, low-income students — the aim is to offer 200, up from 34 now. 'New buildings are wonderful, but we prefer to invest our resources in human capital.'"