Course Evaluations and Academic Feedback
Each semester you are enrolled in a Wagner course, at its conclusion you will receive an email asking you to submit evaluation responses. Wagner's Faculty Program Director and Specialization Heads read the course evaluations and use your responses as inputs to make decisions related to the course. The teaching instructors and the faculty reviewing the course evaluations will not be able to see your name or university ID in relation to your answers and the results are visible to faculty only after grades have been posted.
In addition, new courses and new course instructors are evaluated early (typically after the second class session). Later in the semester instructors may also seek mid-semester feedback from the class.
The more students submit responses via these course evaluations, the more complete and useful the data will be for the school and your student colleagues. Thank you in advance for participating in these surveys; we value your input.
HOW TO VIEW COURSE EVALUATION RESULTS
As you choose your courses each semester, you may wish to consult course evaluation results found in your Albert Student Center via the "Evaluation Published Results" link on the home page.
Who to Contact
If you have any questions or concerns about a Wagner course evaluation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you prefer to communicate with someone directly, email Associate Director of Academic Services Michelle Spatz.
Wagner Student Association Ombudsperson
The student Ombudsperson serves as a liaison and advocate to facilitate a communication link from students to faculty and staff regarding student and academic affairs. If you have feedback regarding the academic aspects of your program or specialization that would be useful to share, please feel free to contact the Ombudsperson. Depending on the topic or feedback, the Ombudsperson can provide you with resources, advice, or connect you to the appropriate faculty or a Wagner staff member.
Faculty Program Director and Specialization Heads or Staff
Alternatively, you may contact the relevant Faculty Program Director or Specialization Head listed below, or Assistant Dean of Academic Programs Katty Jones.
MUP: Zhan Guo
MSPP: Thom Blaylock
MPA, PNP: John Gershman
MPA, PNP, Advocacy: David Elcott
MPA, PNP, Finance: Scott Taitel
MPA, PNP, International: Paul Smoke
MPA, PNP, Management: Martha Stark
MPA, PNP, Policy: Rajeev Dehejia
MPA, PNP, SI3: Scott Taitel
MPA, Health: Tom D'Aunno
MHA: Tom D'Aunno
EMPA, Global Public Service Leaders: Paul Smoke
EMPA, Public Service Leaders: Gordon Campbell
EMPA, Nurse Leaders: John Donnellan
PhD: Sewin Chan
Undergraduate: Tim Naftali