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Chris Fourman ’09 M’11 named Director of Alumni Relations
Chris Fourman ’09 M’11 named Director of Alumni Relations http://youtu.be/q_A9znl5j-I Christopher Fourman ’09 M’11 has found his niche in a lot of places in the Wagner College community. Now, as the ...READ MORE
‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’ runs thru March 1
‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’ runs thru March 1 “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” the madcap Tony Award-winning musical, makes its Staten Island premiere at Wagner College Theatre from Feb. 18-21 and ...READ MORE
Village Voice cover story profiles alumna Brooke Guinan, ‘New York’s Bravest’
Village Voice cover story profiles alumna Brooke Guinan, ‘New York’s Bravest’ New York’s Bravest is trans FDNY firefighter Brooke Guinan By IRENE CHIDINMA NWOYE “The world doesn’t have language to actively allow me to ...READ MORE
In the news: Wagner observes Black History Month with performance by Opera Ebony
In the news: Wagner observes Black History Month with performance by Opera Ebony Wagner College combined music and storytelling in an emotional Black History Month performance. Opera Ebony and playwright Anthony Knight collaborat ...READ MORE
Introducing the film and media studies major
Introducing the film and media studies major Professor Sarah Friedland There’s a lot of buzz on campus about the new major in film and media studies, says Laura Morowitz, chair of the Depar ...READ MORE
Author Wes Moore is this year’s commencement speaker
Author Wes Moore is this year’s commencement speaker Wes Moore, acclaimed author of the New York Times bestsellers “The Other Wes Moore” and “The Work: My Search for a Life that Matters,” will be ...READ MORE
Wagner ranked among America’s ‘best value’ colleges by Princeton Review
Wagner ranked among America’s ‘best value’ colleges by Princeton Review Wagner College was ranked among the 209 best-value colleges in America by the Princeton Review in its new guidebook, “Colleges That Pay You Back: Th ...READ MORE
Wagner recognized by Carnegie Foundation for community engagement
Wagner recognized by Carnegie Foundation for community engagement Wagner College’s Community Engagement Classification, first awarded in 2008 by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, was renewed ...READ MORE
Wagner recognized by Carnegie Foundation for community engagement
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Student & Faculty Spotlight
 
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  • FACULTY CREATIVITY
    Tap Dancing Hands Down
    A new tap dance technique developed by Prof. Mary Six Rupert lets students with mobility issues dance with their hands.
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  • INTERMEDIATE LEARNING COMMUNITY
    Food, History & Culture
    This 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.
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