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Over 200 Participate in 4th Annual Day of Service

On Saturday, April 16, over 200 students, staff, faculty, and alumni from the NYU Wagner community joined together in a city-wide day of service....

Study Finds Hospital Prices Vary Greatly Under Medicare

High costs are one of the most vexing problems in US health care. As policymakers seek to understand cost drivers, they have begun to untangle the complex economic, regulatory, political and clinical factors that...

NYU Wagner President's Service Award Recipients for 2016

On April 14, four NYU Wagner students and two NYU Wagner student organizations were honored at the...

NYU Wagner student wins "Best Poster" at American Planning Association conference in Phoenix

Congratulations are most definitely in order for NYU Wagner student Manohar R. Patole.  Manny is the winner of the “Best Poster” designation given at the 2016 American Planning Association's National Planning Conference....

In Memoriam: Professor Emeritus John M. Capozzola

We are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of John M. Capozzola, a Professor Emeritus of Public Administration at NYU Wagner. Age 94 at the time of his death on Jan. 29, and a resident of Madison, New Jersey, he...

NYU Wagner alumna Nupur Chaudhury pens two articles for public health journal

This month, recent NYU Wagner graduate Nupur Chaudhury (MUP, 2009) has co-authored two pieces for the American Journal of Public Health. The...

Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen Explores Impact of Historic District Designations

Professor Ingrid Gould Ellen looks into the impact of historical preservation on New York City neighborhoods in a new article in the spring...

At "Debates of the Century" event, a lively exchange on Immigration

The second installment of "Debates at the Century @ NYU Wagner" featured, on March 29, a lively exchange of viewpoints on U.S. immigration policies between David Frum, a senior editor at The Atlantic, and Marielena...

Brooklyn is the New Manhattan

Mitchell L. Moss, Professor of Urban Planning & Policy at NYU Wagner and Director of the school's Rudin Center for Transportation, has written a new op-ed describing Downtown Brooklyn's dramatic emergence as "the new...

Kovner-Behrman Health Forum Explores Paths to Improved Decision-Making in Healthcare

NYU Wagner's Sherry Glied, Dean and Professor of Public Service, convened the 20th annual Kovner-Behrman Health Forum before a capacity audience in the school's home in the historic Puck Building on March 23. Entitled "...