Alfred J. Kahn JTS '??, MS (Social Work) '47, PhD (Social Work) '52 taught at the School of Social Work for fifty-seven years, starting in 1947.
He was the first to earn a doctorate in social welfare from the school in 1952 and spent his career monitoring the social programs of New York City and New York State.
Kahn was particularly interested in child welfare and was frequently consulted by government agencies and non-profits. He later expanded his field of work to include poverty and its root causes.
He passed away in 2009, aged 90.