Razakh was born in Mogadishu, Somalia and moved to the US during a refugee resettlement program in Seattle, WA, where we learnt the importance of diversity. "This influenced my decision to come to New York City for graduate school. Here, I am able to network with different people and expose myself to a variety of thoughts and cultures to solve some of the world’s greatest problems,” he said.
Graduate education in impact finance, like socially mindful investment itself, is growing.
Information, Access, Mentorship: Three Key Components that Lead to Success for First-Generation College Students
On April 16, NYU Wagner partnered with KIPP to host a discussion on The College Completion Crisis, addressing the concerns of first-generation college students and students of color in higher education spaces.
Kelsey Moore, a Double Major in Public Policy at NYU Wagner and Africana studies at the College of Arts & Science
2019 Rich Content Competition | February 15, 2019
On February 15, 2019, New York University’s Coleridge Initiative hosted the 2019 Rich Context Competition, inviting computer scientists and machine learning researchers around the world to find better ways of automating the discovery of research datasets, fields, and methods behind social science research publications.
Visiting Urbanist Welcome Reception | January 24, 2019
NYU Wagner is excited to welcome Richard Buery as a Distinguished Visiting Urbanist for the Spring 2019 semester.
Buery is the Chief of Policy & Public Affairs at KIPP, leading its public policy, advocacy, marketing, and communications efforts to enlarge the network and advocate for policies that make it easier for students to afford college and overcome barriers to success.