Milton Schwebel, professor emeritus, majored in philosophy as an
undergraduate, and earned the Ph.D. in counseling psychology at
Columbia University, followed by a three-year fellowship in
psychotherapy at the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health in New York.
He was on the faculty of New York University's School of Education, and during his 18 years there served as
professor, department chair, and associate dean for graduate studies. He then spent 10 years as dean of the Rutgers Graduate School of Education. He was founding chair of American Psychological Association's (APA) Advisory Committee on Impaired
Psychologists for eight years, and founding editor of the APA
divisional publication, Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology
for seven years. He has been a consultant to U.S. school systems, the National Institute of Mental Health, ministries of education abroad and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. His
books include Assisting Impaired Psychologists; Promoting Cognitive
Growth over the Life Span; Behavioral Science and Human Survival;
Piaget in the Classroom; Guide to a Happier Family; Who Can Be Educated?; and, recently, Remaking America's Three School Systems: Now Separate and Unequal.