Habitat for Humanity Weekly Meetings
Habitat weekly meeting to discuss plans for the semester, including volunteer opportunities and on campus events!
WagCAB presents a with your favorite Ol' School aracde games such as Pac Man, Galaga, Donkey Kong & more!
The Wagner College Music Department presents international faculty baritone Anthony Turner in recital.
The performance will take place on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 7 o'clock pm in the Campus Hall Performance Center.
The concert will feature works by Henry Purcell, Richard Strauss, and Richard Danielpour as well as Negro Spirituals. Pianist Ok Kyun Kang and violist Jessica Meyer will join Mr. Turner.
Mr. Turner has performed with Opera Ebony, Cleveland Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Opera Theatre di Lucca, Dance Theater of Harlem, Cincinnati Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, and the United States Air Force Band.
Mr. Turner serves as Professor of Voice at Wagner and is at NYU Tisch School of the Arts - New Studio on Broadway.
This program is made possible by the generous support of the office of the Provost and is free and open to the public.
Celebrate Women's History Month with three Latina authors reading from "Breaking Ground: Anthology of Puerto Rican Women Writers in New York: 1980-2012."
The event will take place in the Coffeehouse on Wednesday, March 18, 2015 from 7:00pm - 8:00pm.
Discussing and planning campus events
Weekly discussion on a variety of Muslim topics
Education professor Jason Fitzgerald is hosting an event with an educational activist, Melissa Katz, who is on the front lines of the fight against high-stakes standardized testing in schools. Her blog explores the ways in which high-stakes testing is being unethically used in schools to rank students and teachers. In addition to her blog, she is also involved in community organizing and has provided expert testimony to the New Jersey Board of Education regarding the topic. Katz has been invited to speak about her experiences as an educational activist and the ways in which the pro-testing movement has evolved in schools today, providing an example of civic engagement in education and an overview of a topic that has increasingly impacted students for more than a decade.
Coney Island "Serpentina" performer will discuss her work and performing with her snake as part of Professor Toth's AR220: Beastly Art course.
This guest is sponsored by the Art Department and Academic & Cultural Enrichment.