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Post Image for Video: 2023 Black History Month Scholar’s Lecture
February 24, 2023
Scholar Theresa J. Canada explored the experience she and six others had in the early 1960s during an experiment in desegregating NYC’s public schools
March 10, 2021
On Thursday, March 4, several members of the Wagner College community participated in the 2021 Black History Month Read-Aloud, reading brief selections from the poems, novels and essays of Black writers. This first video includes the following readings: Nursing professor Edna Aurelus read Tupac Shakur’s “The Rose That Grew from Concrete” Matt Kubacki, dean of […]
Post Image for Wagner tops in study abroad
February 8, 2018
Report shows Wagner #35 nationwide among master’s schools for undergraduate participation in study abroad
Post Image for 2018 MLK Agent of Change program
February 7, 2018
Honorees Jonathan Blaize, Kaela Teele and Keith Stith ’88 to be joined by keynote speaker Nell Braxton Gibson at Feb. 15 program
Post Image for History mystery: Wagner’s first women
April 6, 2017
In 1933, Wagner College enrolled its first class of 17 freshman women. Who were they?
Post Image for New video: 2017 BHM scholar Michael Ralph
February 23, 2017
Black History Month Scholar’s Symposium guest discusses how the insurance industry determines ‘The Value of Human Life’
Post Image for From Accra to Anomabu: Service and Leadership in the Republic of Ghana [Part 2]
January 23, 2017
Spirits were high on the first day of the group’s second week in Ghana, and students felt refreshed and ready to get back to work. This time, the group traveled to the small village of Krofu for a day of construction. As the bus traversed the winding dirt path to the village, the group was informed that before starting any construction work, they were going to be officially welcomed by the village elder, a significant honor!
Post Image for From Accra to Anomabu: Service and Leadership in the Republic of Ghana [Part 1]
January 12, 2017
After traveling over 15 hours and 5,200 miles, 22 students, administrators and alumni arrived in early January to the vibrant and bustling city of Accra, Ghana. Equipped with enthusiasm and malaria pills, the students were ready and excited to embark on a two-week service and leadership adventure in Ghana’s capital city.
Post Image for Young African leaders at Wagner
August 2, 2016
For 6 weeks this summer, 25 young civic leaders from Africa participated in the Mandela Washington Fellowship
Post Image for Africa: In her own voice
August 2, 2016
Profiles of three members of Wagner College’s 2016 Mandela Washington Fellowship cohort