Inclusion, Diversity, Belonging, & Equity

Inclusion, Diversity, Belonging, Equity, & Access

NYU Wagner is committed to promoting the values of inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and access (IDBEA) in public service and to bringing this lens to the various domains that shape our institutional culture and help advance our mission. 


We have a deep and long-standing commitment to inclusion, diversity, belonging, equity, and access (IDBEA). As a school of public service, we embody these values through four domains:

  • Ensuring IDBEA in the Educational Experience
  • Creating a Diverse Community
  • Promoting Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging
  • Fostering IDBEA Practices in the World

News and Stories

Graduation Caps

Professor Morel Awarded EDI Research Prize

The award honors the scholarship of his book, Developing Scholars: Race, Politics, and the Pursuit of Higher Education, exploring the history and political factors that led to the creation of college access programs for students of color—and the hidden barriers that emerged in response.

Quemuel “Q” Arroyo

Accessibility advocate Quemuel “Q” Arroyo (MPA 2020) creates change for the MTA

Arroyo leads the implementation of policies, initiatives, and programs that reimagine and advance accessibility throughout the MTA.

Martha Stark

Professor Stark Receives NYU's MLK Jr. Faculty Award

The awards recognizes faculty who exemplify the spirit of Dr. King's life, scholarship, and justice work and who promote such principles in their research and teaching.

IDBEA Newsletter

Each month during the academic year, Wagner shares a specially curated newsletter to highlight IDBEA-related research, news, and events both within our school and throughout the University at large. View our newsletter archive or sign-up to subscribe to future mailings.