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We prepare students for professional careers with the Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs, Master of Public Administration, Master of International Affairs, and the Master of Science in Education in Higher Education Administration.
We practice an interdisciplinary approach to teaching, research, and civic engagement. Our faculty includes a member of the National Academy of Public Administration, former New York City commissioners, and awarding-winning scholars with publications in the leading academic journals in their fields.
We hold forums for the discussion of public policy and our research centers conduct cutting-edge studies of K-12 education, demography, public opinion, census data, and nonprofit management.
We speak to Vice President of Operations at The New 42nd Street, Jessica Baker Vodoor about her decision to return to school for an MPA, her experience running for office in Brooklyn, and her passion for the opportunities to effect change through becoming an elected public servant.
In this legacy faculty spotlight,we discuss John Casey's book on nonprofits, his education, and his truly global perspective from the worldwide vantage point of New York, New York.
Communications Strategist and Management Consultant, Executive MPA alumna, adjunct lecturer, and member of the Marxe Dean's Advisory Board, Janet Dewart Bell recently published her first book, Lighting the Fires of Freedom: African American Women in the Civil Rights Movement.
Lighting the Fires of Freedom: African American Women in the Civil Rights Movement by Alumna, Janet Dewart Bell Nominated for 'NAACP IMAGE Award for Outstanding Literary Work by a Debut Author'
Angelica Martinez (MPA '14), Bronco Perez Matoz (MPA '10), and MPA Student, Anayeli Gomez-Brittain Selected as Recipients of 40 Under 40 Rising Star Recognition 2018 Award by Hispanic Coalition NY
The Journal of the American Medical Association Publishes Associate Professor Frank Heiland's Co-authored Viewpoint Article, "Evolving Societal Norms of Obesity: What Is the Appropriate Response?"
Austin W. Marxe ('65) Named One of America's Most Generous Donors by The Chronicle of Philanthropy
CUNY-IBM WATSON Spring 2017 Competition Announcement
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