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In the News: Wagner Prof Paul Light featured in The New Yorker

In the News: Wagner Prof Paul Light featured in The New Yorker

Wagner professor Paul Light was featured in the July 26th issue of The New Yorker. The piece, in the magazine's Talk of the Town section, shed light on Light's deep, dark academic secret: He's actually an expert on the vice presidency. Read the story here: http://www.newyorker.com/talk/content/?040726ta_talk_mcgrath.

Inauguration Watch Draws 200 at NYU Wagner

Inauguration Watch Draws 200 at NYU Wagner

Wagner community watches inauguration of President Barack Obama

More than 200 NYU Wagner students, faculty, alumni and staff shared in the groundbreaking inauguration of President Barack Obama, collectively taking it in gathered in the school's Rudin Family Forum for Civic Dialogue. Participants enjoyed brunch while sharing their hopes in a "History of the Future" activity. Many offered ideas on what they would like to see accompllished in the President's first 100 days in office.

Influential Chinese Delegation Visits NYU Wagner on U.S. Study Tour

Influential Chinese Delegation Visits NYU Wagner on U.S. Study Tour

An influential Chinese delegation made NYU Wagner an extended stop on its U.S. study tour on Sept. 25, spending more than two hours at the school and hearing faculty discuss their research world cities, aging populations, and healthcare.

The 20 delegates of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) listened as Professor Victor Rodwin explained his comparative studies focused on the health of older adults in some of the world’s biggest cities. Professor Zhan Guo described his research on the built landscape and walkability in fast-growing Chinese urban areas.

Both research presentations drew a lively question-and-answer period, with some delegates asking about the role of the family in taking care of aging relatives, and taking part in a discussion of cultural differences between cities such as Tokyo, Hong Kong, and New York.

The CPPCC delegates left with a host of printed materials about NYU Wagner, and some promised to spread the word about the school’s vital role in educating the next generation of global public service leaders in the nonprofit, governmental, and private sectors.

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