New York University; Department of Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Culture,
Education, and Human Development
(formerly the Steinhardt School of Education)
October 1999-to present

Adjunct Assistant Professor,

Graduate Courses-
a. Human Growth & Development, June 4-21, 2001
b.
Educational Psychology, May 17-June 4, 2004; May 16-June 3, 2005; May 15-June 2, 2006;
Fall 2006; May 14-June 1, 2007
c.
Social Psychology, June 5-July 31, 2004; Fall 2004; June 4-July 30, 2005; Spring 2007
d.
Adolescent Development: Theory and Research, Fall 2004; Fall 2005 (section 1 & 3); Spring
2006; July 11-August  3, 2006; July 9-August 3, 2007; July 8-July 31, 2008; July 7-July 30,
2009
e.
Survey of  Developmental Psychology: Advanced, Fall 2006 (section 1 & 2)
f.
Program Development and Evaluation in Counseling, Spring 2007
g
. Substance Abuse: Issues, Controversies & Counseling, Fall 2007  
h. Special Topics in Risk Management: Disaster Mental Health, Spring 2012; Spring 2013
i.
Cross Cultural Counseling, Winter 2013; Winter 2014

Masters Thesis advisor -
Ethnic Identity Development in Response to the Stereotyping of Asian Americans in High School, Fall
2006
Asian Americans as Model Minorities: the impact on their academic performance, Spring 2008

Undergraduate Courses-
a. Abnormal Psychology,
Spring 2004: Spring 2005
b. Personality Development, Spring 2004: Spring 2007
c. Adolescent Development, Spring 2005; Spring 2006; Spring 2007; Spring 2008
d. Human Development II: Applications for Educators of Early Adolescence, Spring 2005
e. Human Development II: Applications for Educators of Late Adolescence, Spring 2005
f. Education Psychology, Fall 2007, Spring 2008, Spring 2009
g. Developmental Psychology Across the Lifespan, Spring 2008, Spring 2009, Fall 2009, Spring
2010, Fall 2010, Spring 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012; Spring 2013; Fall 2013;
Spring 2014

Senior Research Associate, October 1999-September 2001, New York University, Department of
Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Education and the Center for HIV/AIDS Education
Studies & Training (CHEST); NYC, NY   

Project Director for Project Tina, October 1999-September 2001, the American Psychological
Foundation (APF) W. F. Placek Research Grant, $30,000 study, Understanding the Contexts of
Methamphetamine Use among Gay and Bisexual Men in New York City, Perry Halkitis, MS, PhD,
Principal Investigator.

Site Supervisor for undergraduate research students, New York University, Department of
Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Education, January-May 2000, September 2000-
August 2001

Supervisor Counseling/Research Practicum for M.A. Fieldwork students, New York University,
Department of Applied Psychology, Steinhardt School of Education, June 2000-May 2001,
September 2000-May 2001.

Co-Investigator, Project BUMPS, at the Center for HIV/AIDS Educational Studies and Training,
New York University, October 2000-September 2004, for the National Institute of Drug Abuse
(NIDA) 4 year, $2.1 million study, “Recreational drug use of “club drugs” and Sexual Risk
Taking of Gay and Bisexual Men”, (DA13798), Perry Halkitis, MS, PhD, Principal Investigator

Project Director/Project Specialist, for Project PILLS, at the Center for HIV AIDS Educational
Studies and Training (CHEST), New Jersey City University, Jersey City, NJ January 2000-
December 2003, for the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) 4 year, $1.3 million study,
Adherence to Protease Inhibitors Among Drug Users (1R01DA12816-01), Perry Halkitis, MS,
PhD, Principal Investigator

Volunteer Consultant on Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) $1.9 million study
Project SUMIT, Seropositive Urban Men’s Intervention Trail July 1999,

Clinical Supervisor, Expert Panelist, Back-up Peer Group Facilitator for Project SUMIT May
2000-July 2001 (UR3/CCU2164171), Jeffrey Parsons, PhD, Principal Investigator

Volunteer Consultant on New Jersey City University funded The Classifieds Project: Sexual and
Drug Use Activities of Male Sex Workers October 1999-September 2001

The Center for Management of the Division of Business and Legal Studies of the New York
University School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) April 2005-
September 2006
Project TINA PowerPoint
The Sexual Practices of Combined
Methamphetamine & Nitrate Users
APA Talk on The Sexual Practices of
Inhalant Nitrate & Methamphetamine Users
Diversity in the Workplace
Cultural Diversity Training
Mick Maurer and first MCNY MPA class 2004
Gender and Diversity Issues
Mick Maurer with third MCNY MPA class 2005
"We receive three education's in life, One from our parents, One from our schoolmasters, and
One from the world.  The third often contradicts all that the first two teaches us."-Montesquieu
College Teaching Experience
www.MickMaurer.com

Union Institute and University     
June 2000-August 2000

Adjunct Professor/Clinical Supervisor:
- Instructor:
a.
Psychoanalytic Psychology & Assessment: Psychological Assessment;
b.
Professional and Scientific Ethics

- Clinical Supervisor (1,500 hours)
a.
Diagnosis (499 hours) Internship I
b.
Treatment (502 hours) Internship II
c.
Consultation (499 hours) Internship III
d.
Practicum I
e. Practicum II
f. Research        

- Tutorial:   
a.
Comparative Psychology: Human & Animal Play
b. Descriptive Methodologies for Research: Phenomenology, Hermeneutics & Heuristics
c. Structure of Knowledge



Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences; Holy Family College; Philadelphia, PA
January 1988 - May 1992

Instructor:
a. General Psychology (Spring 1988, Summer I 1988, Fall 1988, Spring 1989, Summer
I 1989, Fall 1989, Spring 1990, Summer I 1990, Fall 1990, Spring 1991, Summer I
1991, Fall 1991, Spring 1992)
b. Psychology of Human Development (Summer II 1988, Fall 1988, Spring 1989,
Summer II 1989, Fall 1989, Spring 1990, Summer II 1990, Fall 1990, Spring 1991, Fall
1991, Spring 1992)
c. Human Service Workshop titled Dealing with Difficult Children (Spring 1989)
d. Ethical/Moral Decision Making (Senior Ethics Requirement) (Fall 1990, Spring 1991)

- Member of Senior Ethics Faculty Committee (Fall 1990, Spring 1991)



Bucks County Community College - Mental Health Counselor Certification Program;
Newtown, PA   
March 1991

Instructor,
- Alcohol & Substance Abuse in Adolescence



Wood Tobe-Coburn School; New York, New York

Instructor,
- General Psychology (sections 1 & 2) August 30-October 28, 2005; (sections 1, 2 & 3)
September 5-October 27, 2006
- Introduction to Sociology (sections 1 & 2) July 10-September 1, 2006; (section 1 & 2)
July 9-August 31, 2007

Director, M.P.A. in Emergency & Disaster Management degree program, February 13-July
27, 2004;
Director of Research, Institute for Homeland Preparedness and Disaster Management,
June 2003-July 2004
Adjunct Professor - May 2010-to present

- Undergrad courses for Audrey Cohen School for Human Services & Education:
a. Social & Developmental Psychology II (Spring 2003; Summer 2003; Fall 2003);
b. Models of Counseling (Spring 2002)

- Graduate courses for School for Public Affairs and Administration:

Master of Public Administration in General Administration degree program -

a.
Human Development in the Social Context (Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Fall 2002, Fall 2003
two sections);
b. Evaluating Service Delivery Systems (Fall 2001, Spring 2002, Summer 2002, Fall 2003);
c. Mobilizing Human Resources (Spring 2002, Spring 2003);
d.
Management Tools for Assessing Productivity (Spring 2002, Fall 2002, as part of a
Distance Learning on Blackboard Fall 2002, Spring 2003);  
e. Economic and Social Trends and the Organization of Services (Summer 2002; Summer
2003);
f. Value Issues in Policy Planning (Summer 2003);
g. Diversity in the Workplace (as part of a Distance Learning course on Blackboard
Summer 2003 as part of Demonstration Project on Workforce Training to Reduce Racial
and Ethnic Disparities in Mental Health Services. This is a joint project of the School for
Public Affairs and Administration of Metropolitan College of New York and the Institute for
Community Living.)

h.
Gender, Sexual Orientation & Diversity Issues (Fall 2003, as part of Demonstration
Project on Workforce Training to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Mental Health
Services. This is a joint project of the School for Public Affairs and Administration of
Metropolitan College of New York and the Institute for Community Living.)


Three-semester five-credit course of Masters Thesis (Constructive Action) oversight:
a.        
Plan for Pilot Service Innovation Project (Fall 2001, Fall 2002, Fall 2003);
b.       
 Implement the Service Innovation Project (Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Spring 2004);
c.        Analyze & Assess Pilot Project (Summer 2002; plus last half of term with a second
section due to faculty member’s illness Summer 2002; Summer 2003; Summer 2004)
;

Three-semester two-credit course of Field Supervision oversight and liaison with field
supervisor:
a.     
Assessing Community Needs (Fall 2001, Fall 2002, Fall 2003);
b.     
Project Implementation (Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Spring 2004);
c.     Long Term Change (Summer 2002; plus last half of term with a second section due to
faculty member’s illness Summer 2002; Summer 2003; Summer 2004);  

Master of Public Administration in Emergency & Disaster Management degree program -

a.    
Research and Analysis Methods in Disaster Management (Summer 2004, Fall 2004,
Spring 2012)
b.   Values & Ethics for Administrative Decision Making (Fall 2004)
c.   Evaluating Service Delivery Systems (Spring 2005, Summer 2010, Fall 2010, Spring
2011, Summer 2011)
d.   Systematic Approaches to Management (Spring 2005, Summer 2005)
e.   Organizational and Municipal Community Planning (Summer 2005)
f.    Public Health Systems Preparedness (Summer 2005)
g.   Impact of Disasters on Cultures and Communities (Fall 2010)  

Three semesters three credit course of Masters Thesis (Constructive Action) oversight:
a.    
Identifying Service Need with Citizens (Summer 2004, Spring 2011)
b.    Initiating and Managing Service Innovation (Fall 2004, Summer 2011)
c.     Long Range Planning for Service Improvement (Spring 2005, Fall 2011)  

Three semesters two credit course of Field Supervision oversight and liaison with field
supervisor:
a.     
Field Experience Purpose A (Summer 2004, Spring 2011)
b.     Field Experience Purpose B (Fall 2004, Summer 2011)
c.     Field Experience Purpose C (Spring 2005, Fall 2011)
Dr. Maurer has developed, for the Professional Studies Programs of the Paul McGhee Division of New York University’s School for
Continuing & Professional Studies, a  Bachelor of Science in Critical Infrastructure Protection degree program
with concentrations in Homeland Security, Emergency Management, Strategic Intelligence, or Business Continuity.  

This degree will be taught entirely with distance technology.   The Paul McGhee Division within the School of Continuing and Professional
Studies was created especially for adult students who want to go back to college and earn their degrees.

Instructor - Business Continuity & Homeland Security certificate program.

* Introduction to Homeland Security (April 26-27-28, 2006;M 7:00 -8:00 06/26/06 to 08/14/06) As Independent Study for 3 students.
* Exercising & Maintaining a Continuity Plan (April 2005; August 2005)
MCNY Entrance

Instructor, Empire State College-SUNY Center for Distance Learning

- Psycho-Social Impacts of Mass Disasters
(Spring 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013, Fall 2013, Spring 2014)

    Executive Mentor, St John Fisher College, Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education,
                Ed.D.Program in Executive Leadership at the College of New Rochelle
                                                     (Fall 2013, Spring 2014)