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Prof. Rae Zimmerman chosen to participate in Urban Infrastructure and Extreme Weather Related Events Study

Rae Zimmerman, Professor of Planning and Public Administration at NYU Wagner, has been selected to participate in a multi-disciplinary team of about 50 researchers from 15 universities plus other institutions. The team,...

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx at NYU Wagner

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx visited NYU Wagner on July 21 at the invitation of the school’s Rudin Center for Transportation. He spoke about “Transportation, Social Mobility, and Cities” on a panel with...

Professor Rodwin Report Examines Avoidable Hospitalizations

Professor Victor Rodwin has completed a report on avoidable hospitalizations for Greater Paris Regional Health Agency. Based on...

US Secretary of the Treasury Jacob J. Lew leads discussion on the new $10

The US Secretary of the Treasury, Jacob J. Lew, led an intimate roundtable discussion at NYU Wagner about his recent announcement to feature a woman on the $10 bill. Students in attendance participated in a lively...

Professor Rae Zimmerman Appointed to Third NYC Panel on Climate Change

Rae Zimmerman, Professor of Planning and Public Administration at NYU Wagner, has been appointed to the third New York City Panel on Climate Change, an independent entity advising the city that ensures that the city's ...

ACA-Driven 11th Edition of "Jonas & Kovner's Health Care in America" Provides Readers with Guide for Changing Market

With its recent affirmation by the U.S. Supreme Court, the Affordable Care Act, or "Obamacare," has become a permanent feature of the nation’s health care system. Now, the just-published 11th Edition of the highly...

Mapping the Shifting Course of NYC's Gay Pride Parade

In a new interactive map, the Rudin Center for Transportation at NYU Wagner tracks the changing route of the Gay Pride...

Rudin Center Report: Expanding One Law Could Save New Yorkers Billions on Infrastructure

A report released June 24 by the Rudin Center for Transportation Policy and Management (housed at NYU Wagner) shows New York could save taxpayers...

NYU Wagner Graduates Draw Top Prize at Milken-Penn Education Business Plan Competition

Created by recent NYU Wagner graduates Alex Meis and MIriam Altman, Kinvolved continues to rack up laurels.  The rising startup has...

Professor Paul Light draws American Political Science Association award

NYU Wagner is proud to announce that the 2015 John Gaus Award from the American Political Science Association has been awarded to our colleague and friend Paul Light. The...