• Twenty-Two: A Bill to Bring Down the Number of Veteran Suicides
  • Midterm Elections Bring Good News for GOP, Bad News for Climate Policy
  • The Secret Formula for Medicaid Reform: DSRIP+ACO= Better Safer Hospitals
  • Is the U.S. ready to handle Ebola?
  • Twenty-Two: A Bill to Bring Down the Number of Veteran Suicides

    Twenty-Two: A Bill to Bring Down the Number of Veteran Suicides

    #480888143 / gettyimages.com   Tabatha Renz   SPC Jeff Carr, age 22   SPC Jonathan Mesenbrink, age 26   CPL Clay Hunt, age 28   These brave men join a long list of military service members who have died by suicide over the past few years. As reported by Time, […]

  • Midterm Elections Bring Good News for GOP, Bad News for Climate Policy

    Midterm Elections Bring Good News for GOP, Bad News for Climate Policy

    #171251746 / gettyimages.com   Barbara Ioannidis   Eyes and ears around the world were on climate change this September during the United Nations Climate Summit. As President Obama spoke of the United States’ progress toward the reduction of carbon emissions by 2020, he promised to meet the target to cut […]

  • The Secret Formula for Medicaid Reform: DSRIP+ACO= Better Safer Hospitals

    The Secret Formula for Medicaid Reform: DSRIP+ACO= Better Safer Hospitals

    Daniel B. Shulkin   In addition to expanding Medicaid and reducing the number of uninsured, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) included a number of initiatives to expand already existent coordinated care models including Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMH). An additional incentive program, omnipresent in US […]

  • Is the U.S. ready to handle Ebola?

    Is the U.S. ready to handle Ebola?

    #516287193 / gettyimages.com   Kathleen Graham   If you haven’t noticed, Ebola has been in the news recently. The media hype surrounding cases in the U.S. has spun out of control, creating a online frenzy. Personally, I’ve overheard distressed New York City transit riders discussing arming themselves with Lysol to […]

 

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Twenty-Two: A Bill to Bring Down the Number of Veteran Suicides

Twenty-Two: A Bill to Bring Down the Number of Veteran Suicides

#480888143 / gettyimages.com   Tabatha Renz   SPC Jeff Carr, age 22   SPC Jonathan Mesenbrink, age 26   CPL Clay Hunt, age 28   These brave men join a long list of military service members who have died by suicide over the past few years. As reported by Time, […]

 
 

Midterm Elections Bring Good News for GOP, Bad News for Climate Policy

Midterm Elections Bring Good News for GOP, Bad News for Climate Policy

#171251746 / gettyimages.com   Barbara Ioannidis   Eyes and ears around the world were on climate change this September during the United Nations Climate Summit. As President Obama spoke of the United States’ progress toward the reduction of carbon emissions by 2020, he promised to meet the target to cut […]

 
 

The Secret Formula for Medicaid Reform: DSRIP+ACO= Better Safer Hospitals

The Secret Formula for Medicaid Reform: DSRIP+ACO= Better Safer Hospitals

Daniel B. Shulkin   In addition to expanding Medicaid and reducing the number of uninsured, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) included a number of initiatives to expand already existent coordinated care models including Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and Patient Centered Medical Homes (PCMH). An additional incentive program, omnipresent in US […]

 
 

Is the U.S. ready to handle Ebola?

Is the U.S. ready to handle Ebola?

#516287193 / gettyimages.com   Kathleen Graham   If you haven’t noticed, Ebola has been in the news recently. The media hype surrounding cases in the U.S. has spun out of control, creating a online frenzy. Personally, I’ve overheard distressed New York City transit riders discussing arming themselves with Lysol to […]

 
 

Would you vote for a president who didn’t speak English?

Would you vote for a president who didn’t speak English?

Stephanie Henning   As I sit in front of my computer on Election Day, waiting for the results of senate races across the country, I can’t help but think about one race that will not be decided today. The Navajo Nation Presidential election has been postponed after candidate Chris Deschene […]

 
 

Oil and Women: Could Keystone XL Impact More Than Just the Economy?

Oil and Women: Could Keystone XL Impact More Than Just the Economy?

Keely Gerhold   The proposed TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline would bring energy-intensive oil from Canada’s tar sands through South Dakota, increasing the risk for oil spills, natural resource degradation, and further allowing our dependence on oil to impact climate change. The potential damage to communities impacted by Keystone XL extends […]

 
 

You’re invited to our Midterm Elections Watch Party!

You’re invited to our Midterm Elections Watch Party!

Will the Republicans finally take control of the Senate? How will Obamacare affect the results? Will you get into an awkward conversation with relatives about campaign-finance reform at the holidays?Join The Wagner Review to watch the 2014 Midterm Election Results on Tuesday, November 4th, 7pm at Amity Hall.  What: Wagner’s Premier […]

 
 

The Policy Shop Podcasts

The Policy Shop Podcasts

In this Policy Shop podcast, James talks books with Alvin Irby who is building libraries in barbershops across New York City. Why put books in barbershops?

 
 

Buy Booze, Save the World?

Buy Booze, Save the World?

Ashley Putnam   What percentage of your income do you spend each week on alcohol? Like many young professionals living in New York City, my average visit to the local watering hole puts a fairly sizeable dent in my pocket. One night at the bar, two or three Manhattan-priced cocktails, […]

 
 

Wagner Student’s work with CGI University in Ghana highlighted in new report

Wagner Student’s work with CGI University in Ghana highlighted in new report

Check out Wagner’s own Wemimo S. Abbey’s recently published report on Clean Water for Everyone‘s work in Ghana. The project highlighted in the report was a Clinton Global Initiative Commitment to Action that ensured safe water and proper sanitation for 150 school children 2,500 community members in Kasoa, Ghana.    Abbey was also a former guest on The […]