Steven Huberman, Ph.D.
Professor of Social Work Administration
Founding Dean, Dean Emeritus
Graduate School of Social Work
Areas of Expertise
Aging, parenting, changing demographics of New York City, key issues facing Jewish community, and management
Steven Huberman is the founding dean of the Touro College Graduate School of Social Work and a professor of social work administration. He received his Ph.D. from the Florence Heller Graduate School for Advanced Studies in social welfare at Brandeis University, and has produced over 50 key publications. His research focused on program evaluation, management, aging in America, creating learning communities of excellence and dealing with the human after-effects of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Dean Huberman has taught social work research and social welfare policy at Boston University and the American Jewish University, and served as executive director of the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.
In The News
Touro University Dean Emeritus Dr. Steven Huberman honored with Tree of Life award, Jewish Link New Jersey
Touro receives “Social Work School of the Year” award, Jewish Standard
Touro gets $1.36M to fight opioid crisis, New York Amsterdam News
Fighting the opioid epidemic, West Side Spirit
Orthodox women leaders learn to guide nonprofits, Jewish Standard
Touro Graduate School of Social Work honors Class of 2018, Jewish Star
Touro Social Work Grad School acknowledges achievements and community service, Jewish Link New Jersey
Bergen News briefs, Jewish Link New Jersey