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News & Press
How the R&D Tax Credit Is Like Duct Tape [Op-Ed]
Nirupama Rao in US News & World Report
MUP Student at Wagner Wins Soros Fellowship for New Americans
Leda DeRosa, who is pursuing a master’s degree in urban planning (MUP) at NYU Wagner, has been selected as a recipient of a Paul & Daisy read more...
380 ways to make the government more efficient
Paul Light in Marketplace Economy
Wagner Students Capture $50,000 Prize in Entrepreneurs Challenge
Three NYU Wagner students won the $50,000 Social Venture Prize in the 2012-13 Entrepreneurs Challenge held at NYU Stern. Their winning idea, called Kinvolved, is a digital read more...
NYU Wagner Named To White House Strong Cities, Strong Communities Team
The U.S. Department of Housing Preservation and Development has announced that a consortium including NYU Wagner will serve as the first National Resource Network Administrator under the read more...
HUD Network to Assist Cities By Connecting Them With Each Other
in Next City
Politics and Vetting Leave Key U.S. Posts Long Unfilled
Paul Light in The New York Times
Get the Facts: Five Reasons Why the U.S. Labor Force Needs Immigrants
Natasha Iskander in Americas Society/Council of the Americas
Reimagining Banking for Half the World: Q&A with Jonathan Morduch
Half of the adults in the world (about 2.5 billion people) are “unbanked”—meaning their money is not housed in a secure institution. That’s the central concern read more...
The Urban Fire Next Time [Op-Ed]
Patrick Sharkey in The New York Times
NYU Wagner's Beth Noveck Aims to 'Liberate' Nonprofit Sector Data
In 2010, nonprofits in the U.S. numbered 1.5 million, with $1.51 trillion in revenues, and to find particulars or overall trends about this vast and growing read more...
Five NYU Wagner Groups and Individuals Win President's Service Awards
A host of outstanding Wagner individuals and groups have been recognized by New York University as recipients of the 2013 President's Service Awards.
The recipients, who were honored read more...
Clinton Global Initiative University Features Students' "UPleaft" Project
NYU Wagner’s Maria Claudia Sarta Herrera, Jessica Troiano and Elizabeth Kelly made a commitment under the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U) to create an all-natural read more...
NYU Wagner Fellow Explores Innovative Methods to Fund Social Programs
NYU Wagner Fellow Megan Golden’s recent report for the Children's Aid Society, "Developing a Social Impact Bond: Lessons from a Provider," explores how social impact bonds read more...
RCLA Announces People of Color Leadership Network and IGNITE Fellowship
NYU Wagner’s Research Center for Leadership in Action is thrilled to announce new programming through the People of Color Leadership Network. The Network aims to strengthen read more...
Wagner Students' Policy Proposal Wins $5,000 in National Fels Public Policy Challenge
A new website that will offer comprehensive information about after-school programs to New York City families has garnered national recognition, as have its inventors -- NYU read more...
Student Team Selected for National Public Policy Challenge Competition
After a competitive process full of talent and creativity, NYU Wagner has selected a student team to compete in the annual Public Policy Challenge, hosted by read more...