Key success factors of community-level social enterprises
Development of a predictive model to identify inpatients at risk of re-admission within 30 days of discharge (PARR-30)
Standard Computer Configurations
Purchasing New Computers
- NYU Wagner offers all staff and faculty one computer, based on the standard configurations outlined on this page. Variations from standard configurations are charged to a department, research account, or sponsored account.*
- Wagner IT provides each unit with one laptop upon request.
- All computer purchases must be reviewed by the Wagner Office of Information Technology in advance, so we may ensure the model is one we support, and the purchase complies with our replacement cycle.
Creating New Beginnings for Malawians, Alumna Melissa Kushner’s Nonprofit Aims to Empower
Malawi, a small, southeast African country, is known as the “warm heart” of the continent, nicknamed for the friendly disposition of its people. But the country—nestled between some better-known neighbors, Tanzania, Mozambique, and Zambia—faces real and pressing challenges, including an HIV/AIDS crisis, rampant poverty, food insecurity, a cycle of devastating natural disasters, and widespread malaria.
NYU Wagner alumna Melissa Kushner (MPA-PNP 2006) runs a nonprofit organization, Yamba Malawi (previously known as goods for good), that enables local Malawians to break the cycle of poverty.