The heart of NYU Wagner's programs is our faculty. An amalgam of full-time, clinical/research/visiting, and adjunct professors, they are outstanding teachers, expert researchers and committed practitioners.
NYU Wagner's faculty research, Capstone projects, courses abroad, and alumni extend across 74 countries and six continents.Experience
In research and teaching, NYU Wagner places great emphasis on the integration of theory and practice. Students take the theories they learn in the classroom and apply them in real-world settings. Faculty examine issues of public importance with an eye to practical impact, asking and finding answers to the most pressing questions of our time.
Jonathan MorduchIs microlending the solution for global poverty?
Empire Award for Leadership in Affordable HousingNew York Housing Conference
The Color BindThe Color Bind: Talking (And Not Talking) About Race at Work
Paul SmokeThe process, and the politics, of central-government decentralization in developing countries
Anthony KovnerWhat greater role can Evidence-Based Management play in healthcare?
Victor RodwinHow does the healthcare in NYC compare to other world cities?
Sonia OspinaAdvancing Relational Leadership Research and Practice
Opening Government"The Pre-Network"
David ElcottReligion and public policy in America today
Sonia OspinaHow does leadership happen?
Rogan KershHow does the food lobby influence obesity?
Ingrid Gould EllenDoes subsidized housing improve communities?
Daniel SmithHow do U.S states manage their pension systems and unemployment insurance trust funds to achieve substantive policy goals?
Katherine O'ReganAre low-income neighborhoods helped or harmed by current Federal affordable-housing policies?
Leanna StiefelWhy do immigrant children perform better in school?