Graduate Admissions Blog

Category: Faculty Post

Advisor with a graduate student
Faculty Post

Navigating Bank Street: When in Doubt, Reach Out!

Personalized attention is a point of pride at Bank Street. Across our community, from faculty and staff to on-site mentors and our national network of alumni, you’ll find people who’ll […]

Alexis Armistead and Amy Stuart Wells
Faculty Post

A Student Talks to Our New Dean Amy Stuart Wells

Recently, Alexis Armistead, co-teacher at Compass Charter School in Brooklyn, Class of 2023 student in Bank Street’s Teaching Literacy Program, and new Student Associate Trustee on the College’s Board of […]

Brian Hogarth, Director, Museum Education Programs at Bank Street Graduate School of Education

The Many Roles of Educators in Museum and Cultural Organizations

It’s late spring, and, aside from finishing up the semester, many of us at Bank Street are also reviewing applications for next fall’s intake of new graduate students.  As program […]

Molly Waterman and Abigail Kerlin in 2023

Full Circle from Kindergarten to Bank Street Graduate School

When aspiring graduate student Molly Waterman sat down for her Bank Street admissions interview, she found herself face to face with her beloved kindergarten and first-grade teacher, Abigail Kerlin, who […]

Kevin B. Taylor

Seven Months In: A Reflection

For over two decades, I have overseen programming and admissions at many different institutions of higher education—large and small, private and public, rural, suburban, and urban —with programming that spanned […]

Peggy McNamara, Bank Street Graduate School of Education

Supportive Graduate School Experience

At Bank Street Graduate School of Education, we understand that the decision to pursue your educational career is a monumental one. You are committing many of your resources—time, money, and, […]

Anthony Conelli

How Do We Contextualize the Work of School Leadership?

We have many expectations for a school principal. We hold them accountable to a wide range of roles—from educational leader and staff manager to professional developer and even caregiver. It […]

Nilda Bayron Resnick
Faculty Post

An Advisor’s Reflection

One of the things that drew me to Bank Street in 1986 was hearing about the unique and exceptional approach of Bank Street’s fieldwork process. Not having been a graduate […]

Soyoung Park
Faculty Post

Practicing Radical Care During Supervised Fieldwork

“I don’t know what I would have done if it weren’t for this group.” These are words that a graduate student recently shared in one of my supervised fieldwork conference […]