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White House Hanukkah Celebration Includes NYU Wagner Alumna

One evening in late November, two first-grade classrooms in a Hand in Hand bilingual school in Jerusalem were set ablaze by arsonists who also scrawled hateful graffiti on the school walls against Arabs and co-existence. ...

Community Reflection

The grand jury decisions in the police killings of Michael Brown of Ferguson, MO., and Eric Garner of Staten Island, NY, were the catalysts for insights, reflections, and next-step brainstorming as the NYU Wagner...

Dean Sherry Glied Writes on Data Access @ APPAM.org

Sherry Glied, Dean and Professor of Public Service at NYU Wagner, has published an essay entitled "Data and the Quest for Available Access" on the website of APPAM, the Association for Public Policy Analysis &...

Open Letter from Black Student Association stresses the Pressing Need for Change

NYU Wagner Black Students Association Open Letter (12/9/2014):

Eric Garner and Michael Brown were two African-American males that have recently lost their lives due to excessive force by police...

Keystone Fellowship on Leadership Selects 18 Fellows

Sponsored by the UJA-Federation of New York, the COJECO Keystone Fellowship is a new leadership development program grounded in a partnership between COJECO — the central coordinating...

Faculty Director Explains NYU Wagner's New Saturday-only Executive MPA in City & State Magazine

NYU Wagner's Executive MPA faculty director, Professor Gordon J. Campbell, explains in City & State magazine why the new Saturday-only schedule is a...

NYU Wagner Students' Mapping Project Lands First Prize in GIS Competition

Two students in the Master of Urban Planning (MUP) degree program at NYU Wagner have come away from the recent GIS Day at New York University as first-place winners for their thought-provoking, urban mapping project....

Leaders of White House Initiative Take Aim at Achievement Gap at NYU Wagner Event

More than 150 people attended “Bridging the Gap,” a panel discussion at NYU Wagner featuring leaders of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence and other change makers.

The forum on policy and practice...

NYU Wagner Researchers Join 2014 ACSP Annual Conference

A number of  NYU Wagner scholars will deliver research presentations and participate in panel discussions at the 2014 annual conference of The Association of...

Professor Jan Blustein Discusses Research Methods in Public Service

On October 27, NYU Wagner students, staff and faculty gathered for a one-hour lecture by Jan Blustein, professor of health policy and medicine at NYU Wagner, as part of the Topics in Public Service lecture series. During...