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A photo of Dean Ellen Schall submitted by an alumni member from our recent 6th Annual ‘Wave the Flag for Wagner’ Alumni Celebration held at the Housing Works Bookstore in NYC last week.
Our graduate students have started to receive our welcome kits which include a NYC guide, maps, and a loaded metro card. Here’s a photo from one of our students, who tweeted us to say thanks!
NYU Wagner Prof. Dan Smith (aka @DanSmithphd in the Twitter-verse) is now a finalist for Most Likeable Professor/Teacher for the upcoming Likeable Awards 2012 hosted here in New York City this May.
The awards, hosted by Likeable Media (a sponsor of New York’s Social Media Week & host of a panel that Prof. Shankar Prasad recently sat on), celebrate some of the most influential celebrities, politicians and leaders in social media.
Now we have to get him to the top! All you have to do is take two seconds of your day, head to this website and vote for @DanSmithphd - easy!
The just-released U.S. News & World Report rankings of 266 public affairs master’s programs across the country show NYU Wagner tied for 6th overall this year! #NYUWnews
NYU Civic Team’s upcoming Civic Camp: Act Local, Think Global March 23rd at the NYU Kimmel Center. via @nyucivicteam. one of NYU Wagner’s masters candidates, Amanda Alampi, will be on a panel at this day long intensive workshop.
Check out our boards to learn more about great NYC food spots, our faculty and their research and fun facts about the NYU campus!
IPSA has launched it’s pre-conference blog series. Keep checking back for more posts each week between now and April 13!
The conference entitled “ REVOLUT!ON: People, Politics and Change,” will explore the recent events in MENA, as well as other citizen-lead political movements past and present, to better understand the commonalities and differences in successful and attempted large-scale change.
Last touches for the Faculty/Student reception. See you tonight, Wagnerds! We’ll be in the Rudin Family Forum for Civic Dialogue in the Puck Building starting 5PM!