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Black History Month Gallery Opening at NYU Wagner

NYU Wagner’s 2015 Black History Month celebration kicked off with a new gallery exhibition and dialogue with the artists on February 17. 

“Two Artists Two Visions” showcases the work of Jacqueline Bishop, Visual...

Website Ranks NYU Wagner as 3rd Most Innovative Public Service School in Nation

NYU Wagner has been ranked 3rd in the 2015 Best Value Schools ranking of the 50 most innovative public service...

New Study by NYU Wagner Prof. Karen Grépin Looks at Flow of Ebola Donor Funds

Of all the donations pledged by governments, companies, foundations, and private individuals to fight Ebola, only $1.09 billion—or about 40 percent—have been paid in full and put to use, according to new research from...

NYU Wagner Graduates Are Finalists for Robin Hood Foundation College Success Prize

The much-acclaimed Kinvolved — an entepreneurial public-service venture started by two NYU Wagner alumnae — has been selected as one of three finalists for the Robin Hood College...

NYU Wagner alumnus Zachary Townsend Spotlighted in Forbes "30 under 30" Honor Roll

NYU Wagner graduate Zachary Townsend (MPA in Public and Nonprofit Management and Policy, 2012) is heralded in Forbes magazine’s prestigious...

Researchers Explore Role of Transportation Networks During Extreme Weather Events

A new report from a team of NYU Wagner researchers explores the vital role of certain kinds of transportation...

Forbes Highlights NYU Wagner Graduates in '30 Under 30' Honor Roll

Recent NYU Wagner graduates Alexandra Meis (MPA 2013) and Miriam Altman (MPA 2013) have made Forbes' annual "30 under 30" honor roll of up-and-coming education...

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 &...