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  1. Rudin Center Receives Two Research Awards

    The Rudin Center is pleased to announce that it has received two new awards: one sponsored by the New York State Department of Transportation for research on a project called "Mobile Source Air Toxics (MSATs) Mitigation Measures," and the other sponsored by the National Cooperative Freight Research Program of the Transportation Research Board of National Academies for a research project called "Freight Trip Generation and Land Use."

  2. Rudin Center Hosts Conference on Transit Option for Older Adults

    On September 26, 2006 the NYU Wagner Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management with the New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, AARP, Metropolitan Transportation Authority and others co-sponsored a conference on the transportation needs of older adults.

  3. ... and Events http://wagner.nyu.edu/leadership/ngl/index.html ...

  4. Institute for Civil Infrastructure Systems

    ... Department of Homeland Security through three university centers at the New York University (the Center for Catastrophe Preparedness and ... for Civil Infrastructure Systems http://wagner.nyu.edu/centers/icis ...

  5. What’s Happened to the Price of College? Quality Adjusted Net Price Indices for Four Year Colleges

    ... aid leads to a 22 percent decline in the estimated price index for all four-year colleges, while quality adjusting the results leads to ...

  6. New York City Quarterly Housing Update 2010: 3rd Quarter

    ... indicators and foreclosures, and presents a repeat sales index for each borough to capture price appreciation while controlling for ...

  7. Quality Communities Workshop: “Advancing Transportation – Land Use Connection” (June 13, 2006)

    ... information please visit http://utrc2.org/events/index.php?viewid=133 . Read an article related to the workshop by the ...

  8. Professor Zimmerman Serves on Panel of Global Experts on Cities' Greening Initiatives

    ... its newly published report, the "US and Canada Green City Index." The report, sponsored by Siemens, measures and assesses the ... they face. "Cities are cultural and intellectual centers," according to the introduction to the five-part report. "They drive ...

  9. Philanthropy/Social Entrepreneurship

    ... NYRAG), http://www.philanthropynewyork.org/s_nyrag/index.asp Regional Associations of Grantmakers, http://www.givingforum.org/aboutrags/index.html Social Entrepreneurship Acumen, http://acumen.org ...

  10. The relationship between primary care, income inequality, and mortality in US States, 1980-1995.

    ... using 2 different measures of income inequality (Robin Hood index and Gini coefficient); and (4) testing the robustness of the association ... Bureau, the National Center for Health Statistics, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Medical ...

  11. The State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods in 2013

    ... includes indicator definitions and rankings; methods; and an index of New York City’s Community Districts and Sub-Borough Areas. I.G. ...

  12. International Development Resources

    ... Bank, http://www.iadb.org/vacancies_scholarships/index.cfm?lang=en International Atomic Energy Agency, http://www.iaea.org/About/Jobs/index.html International Center in New York, ... Crisis Group, http://www.crisisgroup.org/home/index.cfm? International Federation of Red Cross & Red Crescent ...

  13. Sonia Ospina | How does RCLA work with social change organizations to generate insights into the work of leadership?

    How does the Research Center for Leadership in Action work with social change organizations to generate insights into the work of leadership?

  14. Strengthening the Highway Trust Fund: Short-Term Options

    In existence since 1956, the Highway Trust Fund (HTF) is the source of all Federal highway funding and roughly four-fifths of all Federal transit funding. With budgetary firewalls in place since 1998 as a result of the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, the Highway Trust Fund is integral to the long-term transportation planning of all 50 States. However, Congressional Budget Office forecasts show that at current baselines (i.e.

  15. Report Shows Ways to Create a 'High-Performance' Government

    ... is available at http://wagner.nyu.edu/governmentreform/index.pdf .       Alumni Brademas ...

  16. Association of weekend continuity of care with hospital length of stay

    ... metric was adapted from an outpatient continuity of care index. Regression models were developed to determine the association between ...

  17. Marilyn Bookbinder

    Marilyn Bookbinder is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Health Policy and Management at the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service and Director of Quality and Performance Improvement at the Metropolitan Jewish Health System’s (MJHS) Institute for Innovation in Palliative Care. Prior to joining NYU Wagner, Bookbinder spent more than a decade as Director of Nursing and Quality of the Department of Pain Medicine and Palliative Care (DPMPC) at Beth Israel Medical Center as well as more than 15 years working with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.

  18. Partners RCLA is well known for its collaborative approach and genuine engagement with leaders in the field. Our work begins at the intersection of action and knowledge, talent and capacity, ideas and spaces, and scholarship and practice. Whether partnering to co-produce new insight about leadership or co-designing a customized leadership development initiative, RCLA faculty, staff, fellows, and consultants are ready to work with you to solve real leadership challenges and to make social change - from the ground up.

  19. Organizations

    Leadership For A Changing World: Organizations A-F  |  G-L  |  M-r  |  s-Z   Abused Deaf Women's Advocacy Services Aid to Children with Imprisoned Mothers AIDS Housing of Washington

  20. Jorge De la Roca

    Jorge De la Roca is a Research Fellow at the NYU Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy. His fields of interest include urban economics, economic geography and labor economics, with a particular focus on the study of agglomeration economies and urban migration. At the Furman Center he is working in the areas of neighborhood change and land use regulation and studying recent trends in racial segregation in US cities. He completed his BA in Economics at Universidad del Pacífico in Lima, and his MPhil and PhD in Economics at CEMFI.