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Voters Displeased By Congress, Want Action on Substantive Issues

Voters Displeased By Congress, Want Action on Substantive Issues

Nationwide Survey Initiated by New York University Registers Widespread Doubts, Lack of Confidence
NYU Wagner's John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress today released the results of a national survey that finds widespread dissatisfaction with Congress and pent-up demand for action on worrisome long-term issues such as global warming, Social Security and Medicare, and even aging bridges and roads.

Wagner Adjunct Prof Releases Terrorism Report

Wagner Adjunct Prof Releases Terrorism Report

The Bush administration�s war on terrorism "reflects a major failure of leadership and makes Americans more vulnerable rather than more secure," according to a new report by Wagner adjunct professor John Gershman.

Wagner Capstone Program Featured in New York Post Education Supplement

Wagner Capstone Program Featured in New York Post Education Supplement

Wagner's Capstone program was featured in the New York Post's Winter Education Supplement (1/26/06). The article featured interviews with David Schachter, Wagner's assistant dean for experiential learning, and Wagner student Vaughn Crandall.

Wagner Capstone Projects in the News

Wagner Capstone Projects in the News

The Capstone learning-in-action program provides an important educational experience and a chance to perform a public service for Wagner students, as recent media coverage of just two of the many 2005-2006 projects illustrated.

Wagner Experience Fund

Wagner Experience Fund

NYU Wagner is pleased to announce the launching of the Wagner Experience Fund. Eligible continuing students will be able to apply for $5,000 funding to pursue an unpaid summer internship related to their career goals. Details and application procedures will be announced in March. For details, click here.

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