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Dominick Brennan, a 20-year-old Wagner College junior from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn majoring in government and politics as well as economics, will serve as the president of this year’s mock New York State Senate, part of the Senate’s legislative internship program. While Brennan is the only Wagner student currently serving as a legislative intern in Albany, New […] Keep reading →
Wagner hosts media forum on NYC mayoral race Keep reading →
New book by government professor Cyril Ghosh Keep reading →
Arijeta Lajka, a Wagner College sophomore from Great Kills, Staten Island, has won the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, given by the U.S. State Department to support study abroad by college undergraduates who are U.S. citizens. Lajka is the first Wagner student to win the highly competitive Gilman Scholarship. With over 2,600 Gilman applications […] Keep reading →
Wagner College political science professor Cyril Ghosh’s book, “The Politics of the American Dream,” was picked by Huffington Post blogger Heath Brown for his “Best Political Science Books in 2013” wrap-up. Here’s what Brown said: There were many interesting political theory books published in 2013. One I enjoyed was Cyril Ghosh’s book, “The Politics of […] Keep reading →
Earlier this month, the 24th issue of the Wagner College Forum for Undergraduate Research was published. The journal has been edited for its entire 12-year history by Gregory J. Falabella, an associate professor of physics and astronomy. “This issue of the journal is of special significance. It is the first,” Falabella wrote in the Fall […] Keep reading →
In 2011, Kelly Opotzner ’07 was living in Manhattan and working at Deutsche Bank, one of the world’s biggest investment banks. Before that, she had been with Morgan Stanley. The vast resources of the city and of a budding finance career lay at her feet. In October 2012, however, she pursued a new dream to […] Keep reading →
My interest in studying in Israel began with the transformational semester I spent at the Rothberg International School of Hebrew University in Jerusalem in the spring of 2010. Wagner had established an exchange agreement there in 2008, and when Professor Steve Snow referred me to the program, it triggered something within me. I had always […] Keep reading →
Cyril Ghosh, assistant professor of government and politics at Wagner since 2012, published his first book last year, The Politics of the American Dream: Democratic Inclusion in Contemporary American Culture (Palgrave Macmillan). It was named one of the best political science books of 2013 by Huffington Post columnist Heath Brown. Q You write, “Democratic societies […] Keep reading →
Former Wagnerian editor will teach English in Turkey Keep reading →