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Annual Culture Day Features Diverse Student Body

The Wagner International Student Society (WISS) hosted its annual Culture Day on November 20 to celebrate the rich cultural diversity within the NYU Wagner student body. The event was co-sponsored by fellow student groups...

Grameen Foundation appoints NYU Wagner grad Fernando Henao Velasco as Country Director for Colombia

Grameen Foundation has named recent NYU Wagner graduate Fernando Henao Velasco (MPA, 2010) as its new country director for Colombia. He will lead the organization's efforts to expand access to agricultural information and...

Former Governor Christine Todd Whitman Speaks to NYU Wagner Students

On Monday, November 9, the former EPA administrator and Governor of New Jersey, Christine Todd Whitman, spoke with board members from NYU Wagner’s Alliance for Climate Change and Environment (ACE) student group...

New Report - 'Hidden in Plain Sight' - Examines California's Most Economically Challenged Cities

Almost 12 million Californians live in an economically challenged city, and a quarter of all challenged cities in the country are in California. A new report written by NYU Wagner’s Neil Kleiman highlights the critical...

Rudin Center receives grant to look at how to improve NYC's paratransit service for the elderly and disabled

TransitCenter, a foundation dedicated to improving urban mobility, has awarded a grant to NYU Wagner's Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management and its director, Professor Mitchell Moss, to come up with...

Panel Explores School-to-Prison Pipeline

On November 4, Wagner Education Policy Students Association (WEPSA) brought forward an issue that has yet to make the political agenda. “From Behind Books to Behind Bars” brought together leading advocates against the...

Pentland Scholarship Offered for NYC/London Executive MPA Progam

The Pentland Scholarship is a full scholarship available to students from Africa, Asia-Pacific or Latin America to study in the unique Global...

NYU Wagner Alumna Sally Greenspan chosen as "40 under 40" rising star in the nonprofit sector

NYU Wagner alumna Sally Greenspan (MUP, 2011) has been chosen by New York Nonprofit Media as one of its “40 under 40” rising stars in the nonprofit sector....

National Journal talks with Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen about Housing Subsidies – and Airbnb

In an interview with the National Journal, NYU Wagner Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen discusses innovative ways in which...

Vice Dean and Professor Anthony Bertelli Elected as NAPA Fellow

Anthony M. Bertelli,  NYU Wagner's Vice Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of the Politics of Public Policy, has been elected to serve as a Fellow of the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA).

NAPA...