In February, Wagner Alum and Realtor Jacqueline Wolter visited Wagner in collaboration with the BRIDGES program to give an introductory information session on finding an apartment in New York City.
She will be returning for a follow-up rental seminar and also provide some more information to students about upcoming rentals.
Join us for an evening of world chamber music on the guitar.
Compositions by Bach, Faure, Lauro, Garota, Edith Piaf and traditional Chinese and Bulgarian Folk Music!
Featuring Will Pegg, Stefanie de Fillipi, Kendra Chavez, Stephen Williamson, and Nicholas Woodman.
Under the direction of Professor Ben Sher.
Join the Department of Government & Politics for a conversation with Ana Escrogima, Diplomat in Residence for the New York Metro region.
Based at CCNY, Escrogima’s assignment is to talk with area students about the life and work of an American foreign service officer. Before becoming DIR, Escrogima managed a team of foreign and civil service officers working in Syria who provided policy advice to senior government officials. Before that, she served as an adviser to Undersecretary for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman on Iran and Middle East issues; as the deputy director of the U.S. Office of Press and Public Diplomacy in the Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs; as an Arabic language spokeswoman in Dubai; as a political officer in Baghdad, and in other diplomatic assignments in Damascus and Tunis.
NYC Parks and Recreation Table
Wagner College is offering the State-required anti-bullying workshop as a service to educators in and around Staten Island. The course consists of an online pre-workshop video and resource exploration experience of 1 hour and a 6-hour face-to-face workshop requiring completion of a reflective essay and sample lessons about how the training might influence your instructional practices.
The final Dinner with Friends program for the semester, hosted by Exceeding the Expectation, will feature guest speaker Carolyn Clark asking, “What Have You Overcome?” Clark, a Staten Island Advance Woman of Achievement, teaches music to students with special needs at the Richard H. Hungerford School and Eden II while dealing with her own disabilities. She has been using a wheelchair for almost 20 years and refuses to let that stop her. In addition to the guest speaker, Wagner students will tell their stories of overcoming disabilities. Pizza and snacks will be served, so RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make sure there’s enough for everyone!
Chicago Style Citation Workshop with Kath Ruggeri
Business Etiquette Dinner hosted by the Center for Academic and Career Engagement.