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The Wagner Plan for the Practical Liberal ArtsOur curriculum combines theory and practice to give students hands-on skills that prepare them for exciting careers.
Globally prepared: Wagner alums in the Peace Corps Molly Delbridge As of November 2014, more than 6,800 Peace Corps volunteers were serving in 64 countries around the world. One Wagner alumna is no ...READ MORE
Alexandria Sethares ’15 wins Fulbright Student Award Alexandria Sethares ’15, a business administration major from East Falmouth, Massachusetts, has been selected for a 2015-16 Fulbright U.S. Student A ...READ MORE
Education students learn, teach tech with special-needs youth Last winter, Wagner College joined forces with Tech Kids Unlimited to teach special-needs youngsters about technology — and teach Wagner education s ...READ MORE
Spring Break for nursing students: A medical mission to Mexico Graduate nursing student Liz Harrington and student at La Candelaria school A chance encounter a couple of years ago between a Port Richmond woman ...READ MORE
Prof. Mohammad Alauddin wins Fulbright grant in Bangladesh Wagner College chemistry professor Mohammad Alauddin has won a Fulbright Specialist grant in Chemistry Education at Independent University’s Life Sc ...READ MORE
Student & Faculty Spotlight
FACULTY CREATIVITYTap Dancing Hands DownA new tap dance technique developed by Prof. Mary Six Rupert lets students with mobility issues dance with their hands.
INTERMEDIATE LEARNING COMMUNITYFood, History & CultureThis ILC gives first-year students an opportunity to bridge two disciplines—anthropology and history—around a single topic, food. It prepares them for careers where they need to bring disparate pieces of information together into a coherent whole.
For the second year in a row, Wagner College appeared on the Forbes 2014 Top Colleges list, produced in partnership with the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. The Forbes list emphasizes “output over input,” looking at things like graduation rates and alumni salaries rather than incoming freshmen SAT scores.