The Wagner Union is the center of student life on campus, and a very important part of a student's daily experience at Wagner. The Union houses the Bookstore, which provides both books and student supplies, Wagner paraphernalia and greeting cards—almost everything students need throughout the semester. Next to the Bookstore is the Art Gallery, which displays work of local and regional artists as well as art and photography by students and faculty. Also located in the Union are the Center for Academic and Career Engagement, Center for Intercultural Advancement, and other Campus Life offices. These facilities serve vital roles in students' academic careers at Wagner, providing support services, assistance in career planning and job searches, and playing an integral role in the First Year Program.
Mini-screenings for dancers with a Harkness-trained clinician to promote healthy physical care for the dancer's body and offer treatment referrals for injuries. The final event of Dance Week.
In honor of National Stress Month, ResEd and the Peer Educators are hosting a Therapy Fair.
Information and hands-on activities will be available on a variety of forms of therapy including:
- Art Therapy
- Aroma Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Sand Play therapy
Initiation Ceremony for students entering Kappa Delta Pi, the Education Honor Society
The 13th annual Chai Society Community Mitzvah Awards dinner, an evening of entertainment and to recognize community members who have demonstrated noteworthy achievement, commitment to and promotion of Jewish life and culture. We are proud to honor our distinguished 2017 honorees: Rachel Roth (Special Recognition Award), Rabbi Gerald Sussman, Melissa Rabinovich, and Mark Weissman (Outstanding Community Member Award), and Julia Loria ’17 (Outstanding Student Award).
Proceeds of this year’s dinner will support the Wagner College Holocaust Education & Programming Center, the first of its kind on Staten Island, whose mission is to educate future generations about prejudice, anti-Semitism and racism as well as create a space for learning and reflection.
To purchase tickets, journal ads, or to make a gift to the Wagner College Holocaust & Education Programming Center visit: alumniconnect.wagner.edu/ChaiSocietyMitzvah17. You may also call Stephanie Koch at 718-390-3225 for more information.
The Wagner College Guild was founded in 1918 to assist and support Wagner students, who at that time were Lutheran seminarians. Women from the Lutheran synods of Staten Island, Brooklyn, New Jersey and Long Island would provide meals, sew buttons and offer other services to the students.
Today, the Guild has over 200 members and supports the college with fundraising efforts and scholarships.
The next meeting will be Oct. 12 at noon in the Faculty Dining Room.
For membership information, contact Carol Connelly at 718-390-3404 or firstname.lastname@example.org.