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NYU Wagner Review

NYU Wagner Review NYU Wagner Review is a nonpartisan academic journal of NYU's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Pub NYU Wagner Review promotes dialogue on issues related to public service, by publishing original content from a diverse group of students and alumni that reflect the academic programs offered and scholarly research conducted at NYU Wagner.

The journal comprises material on a wide range of topics, including public and nonprofit management, public policy, financial management and public finance, health policy, health management, urban planning, and international affairs.

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The Wagner Review is hosting a policy conference on Friday, April 29th at the Puck Building from 11am - 2pm. We hope tha...
04/13/2022

The Wagner Review is hosting a policy conference on Friday, April 29th at the Puck Building from 11am - 2pm. We hope that you will attend the conference and our post conference celebration.

Throughout the 2021-22 school year, the Wagner Review partnered with identity and interest based student groups in order to highlight diverse voices. We believe that diverse voices lead to powerful policy solutions. We worked with student groups to co-write a series of requests for proposals that challenged the Wagner Community to determine ways in which we can use policy to create a more equitable and inclusive society. This conference is a culmination of that work. At this conference, four Wagner students will present their policy solutions. Attendees will be invited to ask questions and engage in discussion.

To learn more about the conference, and register, please visit our event page. We hope to see you there.

https://lnkd.in/dYgdKHpN

Wagner Womxn and the Wagner Review are partnering to create a call for proposals. We invite students to write a (maximum...
04/11/2022

Wagner Womxn and the Wagner Review are partnering to create a call for proposals. We invite students to write a (maximum) 2-page policy memo that proposes some ways in which Mayor Adams’ administration can address issues of violence against people who identify as women and femme-presenting individuals.

Current students who submit by April 18th may be invited to present their proposal at the Wagner Review Policy Conference on Friday, April 29th.

Submit here: https://lnkd.in/dGSeeaeJ
Additonal information and prompts here: https://lnkd.in/dcbQ78Yz

The Wagner Review invites current students to submit policy proposals that propose ways in which we can work towards a m...
04/01/2022

The Wagner Review invites current students to submit policy proposals that propose ways in which we can work towards a more equitable society. We are interested in proposals that span across different topics, and promote new ideas on social, racial, environmental, and economic justice.

Inspired by our partnerships with many of Wagner’s important student groups, we welcome a breadth of topics spanning anything from: urban planning, health, education, international affairs, environmental studies, transportation, etc. We are seeking up to six current students to present their policy proposals at our conference at Puck on Friday, April 29th.

Submit a policy memo here: https://lnkd.in/dGSeeaeJ
More information about the conference: https://lnkd.in/ddinMfsZ

The Alliance for Climate Change and the Enviornment (ACE) and the Wagner Review are partnering to create a call for prop...
03/28/2022

The Alliance for Climate Change and the Enviornment (ACE) and the Wagner Review are partnering to create a call for proposals. We invite you to write a policy proposal that proposes some ways in which we can address the many issues related to climate change driven displacement.

Submit a policy memo by April 22nd here: https://lnkd.in/dGSeeaeJ

Current Wagner students may be invited to present their proposal at the Wagner Review Policy Conference on April 29th!

The Wagner Review and the Stonewall Policy Alliance are partnering to create a call for proposals! We are asking current...
03/10/2022

The Wagner Review and the Stonewall Policy Alliance are partnering to create a call for proposals! We are asking current students and alums to submit a 2-page memo that proposes some ways that Mayor Adams' administration can support the LGBTQIA+ community.

Submit a policy memo by March 25th here:
https://lnkd.in/dGSeeaeJ

Current Wagner students may be invited to present their proposal at the Wagner Review Policy Conference on April 29th!

How can we "decolonize" philanthropy? And more specifically, how can we create a more inclusive and equitable future for...
03/04/2022

How can we "decolonize" philanthropy? And more specifically, how can we create a more inclusive and equitable future for philanthropic institutions and their recipients? Read here for more on our call for policy memos on this important subject: https://lnkd.in/dYgsKBg8

"Retaining a talented workforce is one of the most important investments the City can make in itself," writes MUP candid...
02/28/2022
City Employees: Not Just Another Line Item

"Retaining a talented workforce is one of the most important investments the City can make in itself," writes MUP candidate Jackie Bein. Read more of her op-ed on the budgetary issues facing city government and how the city can efficiently invest in its workforce.

To improve public services and increase efficiency, the New York City government must rethink the way it invests in its workers. By Jackie Bein The significant expansion of the city budget under the de Blasio administration should make New Yorkers question whether the municipal government is stewar...

Hi everyone! We are now callling for submissions for the review from current or former Wagner students. Please send us y...
02/11/2022

Hi everyone! We are now callling for submissions for the review from current or former Wagner students. Please send us your original work via this form: https://lnkd.in/dGSeeaeJ. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us at [email protected].

Happy spring semester everyone! The Wagner Review is excited about the start of the semester, and is looking forward to ...
01/31/2022

Happy spring semester everyone! The Wagner Review is excited about the start of the semester, and is looking forward to a semester full of submissions of op-eds, policy proposals, and research papers!

"Cities continually remake themselves through addition and subtraction," writes NYU Wagner MUP Graduate Matthew Pietrus....
12/17/2021
Where Does New Construction Happen?: Examining the Relationships between New Development and Land Use Regulations, Physical Site Constraints, and Ownership in New York City – NYU Wagner Review

"Cities continually remake themselves through addition and subtraction," writes NYU Wagner MUP Graduate Matthew Pietrus.

Read more of his research paper on new development and land use in New York City here:

Featured,Original Research,The Latest,Urban Planning | 12/02/2021 Where Does New Construction Happen?: Examining the Relationships between New Development and Land Use Regulations, Physical Site Constraints, and Ownership in New York City By Matthew Pietrus Introduction Cities continually remake the...

"In NYC, about a million legal, tax-paying residents have no ability to vote in the elections that impact their daily li...
12/17/2021
New York Won’t Recover Without Immigrants: Expanding Voting Rights Will Help Us Continue to Attract Them

"In NYC, about a million legal, tax-paying residents have no ability to vote in the elections that impact their daily lives," writes MPA candidate Hanna Johnson.

Read more of her op-ed on NYC's expansion of voting rights to lawful permanent residents:

New York Won’t Recover Without Immigrants: Expanding Voting Rights Will Help Us Continue to Attract Them NYC Council is currently debating whether to take a critical step towards advancing voting rights for immigrants by giving lawful permanent residents — more commonly referred to as “green c...

"For Haitian women, the denial of asylum by Title 42 is compounded by the dangers they face as women," writes MPA Candid...
12/17/2021
The United States and the Haitian Asylum Seeker: Title 42 and the Continuation of Anti-Haitian Immigration Policies – NYU Wagner Review

"For Haitian women, the denial of asylum by Title 42 is compounded by the dangers they face as women," writes MPA Candidate Frederica Solomon.

Read more of her op-ed on Title 42 and anti-immigration policy here:

Featured,Immigration,Op Ed,The Latest | 12/15/2021 The United States and the Haitian Asylum Seeker: Title 42 and the continuation of anti-Haitian immigration policies By Frederica Solomon Haiti experienced a presidential assassination, 7.4 earthquake, and a hurricane in rapid succession. Faced with....

"Putting a tax on a necessary product for those who menstruate clearly shows the unconstitutional gender discrimination ...
12/17/2021
It’s time we have the period talk America. – NYU Wagner Review

"Putting a tax on a necessary product for those who menstruate clearly shows the unconstitutional gender discrimination enacted into the taxation policies in America," writes MPA candidate Eshrat Oyeshee.

Read more of her op-ed about the discriminatory tax on menstural products here:

Featured,Healthcare,Op Ed,The Latest | 11/22/2021 It’s time we have the period talk America. By: Eshrat Oyeshee In the U.S., where more than half of the population are women, the majority of these women are obligated to pay a sales tax on menstrual products in 30 out of the 50 states. Taxing a pro...

NYU Wagner Review and NYU Arts & Culture Network are collaborating on a call for proposals. NYU graduate students are in...
11/17/2021

NYU Wagner Review and NYU Arts & Culture Network are collaborating on a call for proposals. NYU graduate students are invited to submit a policy proposal, no more than 2 pages, outlining how the next NYC mayor’s policy agenda can support arts and culture institutions, projects, and programs.

Students are invited to consider the following questions:
- Can participation in the arts and other cultural events help increase civic engagement and dialogue?
- How should the city reinvigorate arts and culture industries following COVID-19?
- What policies or best practices should the city/its partner organizations consider in light of the racial equity movement that has gained momentum across the field over the past eighteen months?
- Consider the intersections between arts & culture and the following: community organizing, social innovation, healthcare, urban planning, education finance.

Our goal is for participants to produce well-researched, realistic policy recommendations. We will be accepting proposals on a rolling basis.

Students who submit a piece for this CFP may be invited to present at the Wagner Review Policy Conference in Spring 2022.

Questions? Please email the Wagner Review at [email protected]. And submit your policy proposal here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_kjcaoc77gp2ao4AdSSVHPIYnTqp6u42C3WmdQB3TOPXs8A/viewform

"In Honduras, when it rains, it pours. Hurricanes, floods, and tropical storms invade the homes of 4 million Hondurans, ...
11/03/2021
Exploration on Natural Disasters and Development in Honduras – NYU Wagner Review

"In Honduras, when it rains, it pours. Hurricanes, floods, and tropical storms invade the homes of 4 million Hondurans, leaving families stranded, hungry, and the country in a state of pure devastation," writes MPA Candidate Angelica Gualpa.

Read her op-ed here where she explores possibilities for development in Honduras.

Op Ed | 11/01/2021 By Angelica Gualpa About a year ago, I booked a ticket to La Ceiba, Honduras, to volunteer with a local organization in a small town by the beach called El Porvenir.  We passed through pineapple valleys and countryside farms in the taxi before entering the community that I would ...

"This demonstrates that off-Broadway, women are hired more often than on-Broadway. Sound designers, for example, are 20%...
11/03/2021
Addressing Gender Inequity in Theatrical Design – NYU Wagner Review

"This demonstrates that off-Broadway, women are hired more often than on-Broadway. Sound designers, for example, are 20% women in New York’s theatres beyond Broadway and only 3% on Broadway," writes MPA Candidate Brídín Clements.

Read more about her recommendations to address gender inequities in theatrical design here.

By Brídín Clements Executive Summary The field of theatrical design continues to be dominated by cisgender men. Women consistently leave the field due to discrimination, workplace harassment, and lack of support for working parents. To address the gender inequity in theatrical design and more broa...

A friendly mid-semester reminder that the Wagner Review is accepting submissions from current and former Wagnerds. Pleas...
10/24/2021

A friendly mid-semester reminder that the Wagner Review is accepting submissions from current and former Wagnerds. Please send us your policy proposals, op-eds with original policy suggestions, podcasts, and original research via this form: https://lnkd.in/dGSeeaeJ. Questions? Please feel free to email us at [email protected]

NYU Wagner 2021 Graduation
05/20/2021
NYU Wagner 2021 Graduation

NYU Wagner 2021 Graduation

Congratulations to the NYU Wagner Class of 2021!(Captions available in English and Spanish)

Congratulations to the Members of NYU Wagner Review who will graduate from NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Publi...
05/20/2021

Congratulations to the Members of NYU Wagner Review who will graduate from NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service today!

This year, student scholars worked tirelessly to publish policy articles and produce podcasts—we are so fortunate for their contributions during their time at New York University!

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