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Six-Student Team Wins First Prize at IXL Innovation Olympics

A team of four MPA students at NYU Wagner and two other NYU students has won top honors at the IXL Innovation Olympics. The sextet’s exemplary business concept for...

NYU Wagner alumna Jennifer Jones Austin Receives 2016 MLK Humanitarian Award

NYU Wagner alumna Jennifer Jones Austin (MS 1997) received the 2016 Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award from NYU at an inspiring ceremony Feb. 4.

“This award is a big deal to me, as an NYU Wagner alum,” and...

"From Local to Global: Extrapolating Experiments"

NYU Wagner Associate Professor of Public Policy Rajeev Dahejia, an economist, has posted an original essay stimulated by the phenomenal growth of randomized control trials (RCTs) for impact evaluations in international...

David Sandman, Ph.D., Named President and CEO of New York State Health Foundation
  Following a nationwide search, the New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) Board of Directors...
Research at NYU Wagner will explore how transportation and housing sectors can help build a "culture of health"

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) has selected NYU Wagner to carry out research on policies, laws, and other regulatory tools that can support RWJF’s mission to build a “culture...

Alumnus Jason Franklin selected as Chronicle of Philanthropy "40 under 40" honoree

NYU Wagner alumnus Jason Franklin (PhD, 2014) has been named to The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s “40 under 40” honor roll of innovators at the...

"The Hidden Lives of America’s Poor and Middle Class”

Jonathan Morduch, Professor of Public Policy and Economics at NYU Wagner, has co-written an article in the Stanford Social...

Paul Light and Paul Volcker Explore Federal Government "Breakdowns"

Paulette Goddard Professor of Public Service Paul Light of NYU Wagner released on December 11 an...

NYU Wagner Dean's issue paper for Commonwealth Fund examines CBO's Forecasts about Affordable Care Act

The Commonwealth Fund has just published an issue paper by Sherry Glied, Dean of NYU Wagner, that examines how well the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) forecast...

Third Annual SOUP for Dinner Event Provides Grant to Nonprofit

The Wagner Philanthropy student group hosted its third annual SOUP micro-granting event on Thursday, December 3, 2015. The event invites participants to hear proposals from a group of nonprofit organizations over the...