Apr 18, 2013

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 at a ceremony on April 17, include:

Wagner Environmental Policy and Action (WEPA) for their efforts in working tirelessly alongside Wagner staff, NYU's Sustainability Office and NYU Facilities to create a workable composting system at Wagner's offices in the Puck Building.

Wagner Health Network  (WHN) for their innovative approach to student professional development, quality programming and unparalleled partnerships with the school and the university.

The Wagner Review for its commitment to and success in promoting rich dialogue on issues of public service among members of the NYU community.

Claudia Espinosa for exceptional leadership in founding the L.O.V.E. Mentoring Program and her commitment to serving the Latina community.

Matthew Guidarelli for his admirable efforts in coordinating the 2012 Social Enterprise Boot Camp.

All the winners have done themselves, and Wagner, proud!

Click here to view photos of the event.

 

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