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.
The Evelyn Spiro School of Nursing will be holding a blood drive on April 23rd.
Interested parties can visit the table located in the Atrium to sign up and be directed to the donation truck that will be on campus that day.
Shakespeare on the Oval will be tabling in the lobby of Union on Shakespeare's birthday to get people involved in their new club on campus.
Stop by the newly renovated Bookstore! This is an all-day celebration, complete with refreshments, raffles, games, discounts and product tastings. Event will include a ribbon cutting at 11am by President Guarasci.
Please bring any plastic bottles you may have to Union to recycle!
Join us to celebrate the culmination of Bonner Leader's time at Wagner College as they present their learning and journey through the Bonner program.
Management and Marketing Club will be Tabling to raise awareness and get new members for next semester.
Danielle will speak about Disability Language and Etiquette as well as Abelism in the workplace.
Danielle Lucchese earned her BA from Wagner in Sociology with minors in Journalism and English, and an MA in Disability Studies from the CUNY School of Professional Studies. She is currently enrolled in an MA/Ph.D. program at the New School for Social Research. Danielle is teaching at CUNY SPS, CSI and William Patterson University. She also teaches social skills at Lifestyles for the Disabled part time.
Black and Latino Male Initiative and Women Of Color Dialogue Circle Captivating Conversation
Up late cramming for Finals? Come by the Dining Hall for a late night breakfast and games served up by your favorite Campus Life & ResEd staff!
Kappa Delta Pi, the Education Department Honor Society, will be holding their induction ceremony on May 1st at 5pm in the Faculty Dining Room.
Students in the ILC "Cuisine: Chemistry and Culture" will be presenting their final projects in the Faculty Dining Room.
The Faculty Dining Room will be closed for diners on 5/2 however the campus community is welcome to visit the room during their meal to view presentations.
Please join us at the Wagner College Gallery for “Bill Murphy: Recent Work,” a solo exhibition of new drawings, paintings and prints by the longtime Staten Island artist and Wagner College professor, on display from Wednesday, May 8 until Friday, Aug. 30.
A gallery reception will be held on Sunday, May 19 from 2 to 4 p.m.
Both the reception and exhibition are free and open to the public.
The gallery is located in the Union Building on the Wagner College campus at 631 Howard Ave., Staten Island.
The Wagner College Gallery is open Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours on Thursday until 9 p.m.
After 35 years of teaching at Wagner College, Professor Bill Murphy is retiring this August. More information about Murphy and his work can be found at his website, aburninglight.com.
For information on “Bill Murphy: Recent Work,” call 917-678-2542.
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 June 12 at noon in the Faculty Dining Room.
For membership information, contact Karen Sweeney-Kennedy at 718-420-4530 or firstname.lastname@example.org.