Timothy Quigley Named Professor Emeritus
Now retired, Professor Timothy Quigley BS’80, MFA’83, MA’84, PhD’91 has been honored with emeritus status after teaching at the New School University in New York for 23 years. His undergraduate and master’s degrees in art and his PhD in philosophy informed his teaching in Philosophy of Art, Ethics and Moral Theory, as well as his teaching of Modern European Philosophy. An early proponent of online teaching , he was able to transition to effective and engaging online classes using a variety of multimedia tools. During his tenure at the New School, Quigley also directed the Bachelors Program for Adult Students while continuing to teach in his areas of specialty. His wife, Suzanne Quigley BFA’83, MA’86, was head registrar at the Detroit Institute of Art, then the Guggenheim Museum, and later the Whitney Museum. In 2005, she started her own business managing private art collections. Suzanne is a founding board member of ARCS – the Association of Registrars and Collections Specialists. A weaver for many years, she is currently re-interpreting the weaving drafts of Bauhaus artists. The Quigleys make their home in New York’s beautiful Hudson Valley.