Arthur T. Matthews

Arthur T. Matthews

New York University
Education Background

Howard University School of Law, Doctor of Jurisprudence, 1983

Long Island University, Bachelor of Arts-Pre-Law, 1979

Teaching Background 

Harvard University, Guest Lecturer Winter/Spring 2017

Clinton School of Public Service, Adjunct Spring 2016

New York University, Leadership and Human Capital Management, Adjunct Professor, 1989-Present

New York University, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, Adjunct Assistant Professor, 1997-Present

New York University, Office of Learning and Development, Lecturer, 2007-Present

Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Senior Extension/Full Time Faculty 1996-2003  

Cornell University School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Consulting Extension Faculty, 1989-Present  

Research Field

Prof. Matthews is currently involved in research through the Florence Belsky Foundation where he serves as a founding advisor. His work is looking at the relevance and continued sustainability of baby boomers in the workplace. In addition through extensive work with dislocated workers at organizations such as J.P Morgan Chase and Levi Strauss he is spearheading a analysis of the impact and collateral damage of being downsized, rightsized and capsized from gainful employment.