As the newest Residence Hall on Wagner’s campus (Opened in January of 2010), Foundation Hall houses about 200 students who are primarily seniors. In addition to the numerous amenities Foundation offers (see below), Foundation also houses the Bridges Program which helps seniors transition to life after college.
The Wagner Campus Activities Board (WagCAB) is proud to present Wagner's inaugural 48-Hour Film Festival. Come join us at the viewing party and awards ceremony on Monday, February 18th. These short films were written, filmed, and edited in 48 hours.
How far would you go in order to help someone? Whether the answer is one mile from home or across the world, using your skills and knowledge to teach others could end up teaching you something about yourself in return. Join us for information about how to join the Peace Corps.
TEDx style talks throughout the afternoon on topics presented by members of the Wagner College community related to life beyond college.
On Wednesday, March 13 at 5pm District Attorney Michael McMahon will visit the campus to discuss a major new criminal justice initiative; the establishment of a Community Court and restorative justice program in Staten Island.
This initiative has the potential to revolutionize the criminal justice process, particularly for juvenile crime, and move restoration for victims and rehabilitation for offenders, rather than harsh punishment, to the center of the process.
Wagner College and its students will be playing an important role in this new approach to criminal justice through the civic engagement program. Please join us for this important discussion.
Wagner Alum from Bohemia Realty Group, Samantha Weinstein, will be holding a post-graduation apartment hunting workshop.
Be prepared. Emergencies and disasters can strike at any time and have consequences on the health and safety of our community.
Wagner College has partnered with New York State to offer the below listed course, free of charge to members of the Wagner Community. All who attend will receive an emergency bag.
Please pre-register for training at http://www.dhses.ny.gov/aware-prepare/nysprepare/registration/
The Center for Leadership and Community Engagement's annual Civic Engagement Recognition Day will honor Dr. Richard Guarasci for his commitment to civic engagement and legacy to Wagner, as well as celebrate the Port Richmond Partnership’s 10th Anniversary, followed by an awards ceremony and reception.
The keynote speaker is Dr. Barbara Holland, a nationally renowned civic engagement scholar.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
To receive information about upcoming workshop dates or to enroll, please visit wagner.edu/education.
Senior Film and Media students will showcase their final projects.