In this legacy faculty spotlight we spoke to Assistant Professor William Casey Boland about his punk rock past, how the teachings of punk rock relate to public affairs, and his interest on state and federal public policies on higher education.
We talk to Associate Professor George Mitchell about his new appointment as director of the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management (CNSM) in this special Research Center-focused faculty spotlight.
Alumna and Projects’ Officer at Sustainable Caucasus, Sophiko Lomineishvili joins us to discuss her interest in climate and energy, her Master of International Affairs studies in climate and governance, and her professional efforts to address climate change.
Alumnus Rasheed Malik (who is Associate Director of Research for Early Childhood Policy at the Center for American Progress) tells us about the American problem of childcare access, his Marxe undergraduate experience in the BSPA program, and more.
We welcome new professor Scott Evenbeck to the School with a faculty spotlight on his teaching and involvement in the Higher Education Administration program, CUNY’s role in the future of New York City, and more.
In this special Mental Health Awareness Month spotlight, we speak to to alumna, self-described Social Impact Professional, and Senior Program Coordinator at the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, Kenya Kirkman.
Assistant Director of Education at New Alternatives for Children, Caroline Greig tells us about her career, her Marxe Executive MPA experience, and her take on the recent evolution of education and special education, for better or worse.
Hear from new faculty member, Associate Professor Angie Beeman who tells us about the problem with certain progressive attitudes toward people of color, how she addresses the themes of racism and inequity in her teaching and how she believes race-based education will evolve in the near future.
Alumna and Senior Policy Analyst at Coalition for the Homeless, Jacquelyn Simone is an advocate for the homeless in New York City. In this spotlight, she discusses the challenges of the pandemic on the homelessness crisis, the obstacles of hostile architecture and over-policing, the psychology behind how we think of the homeless, and more.
In this faculty spotlight from 2018 we welcomed new professor and Marxe Chair in the Master of International Affairs program, Asli Leblebicioglu with a chat about her research, the origin of her interest in international economics, her classes, and more.
MPA graduate Angelo Cabrera (who now works at the Marxe School as a researcher and Community Outreach Specialist) discusses the nonprofit he co-founded, Masa, which serves the undocumented and new immigrant community, and more in this month’s alumni spotlight.
In this legacy faculty spotlight Professor Cordero-Guzman discusses his recent sabbatical in which he engaged in a project focused on poverty in Puerto Rico, and his thoughts on the then-upcoming Master of International Affairs (MIA) program.
Fire Department of New York veteran Mark Tria came to Marxe via the School’s FDNY-BSPA program to upgrade his college education from Associate’s to Bachelor’s. In this spotlight he tells us about his experience in the FDNY, his transition to the Marxe School, and more.
In this legacy spotlight from 2016, we spoke with Michael Seltzerabout his first experience working in West Africa in the nonprofit sector, The New York Community Trust Leadership Fellows (which he is director of), and more.
In this month’s special alumni spotlight, we speak to Marny Smith who is both an alumna and Assistant Director of Graduate Career Services of the Marxe School. She tells us about her relationship with the Marxe community, what Marxe means to her, and her passion for maternal health including the US’ high stillbirth rate.
MPA alumna and Chief of Staff of Assembly Member Dan Quart at the New York State Assembly, Amanda Wallwin discusses how her focus on policy analysis while at Marxe prepared her for her career, her role at the NYS Assembly, and more.
We speak to Fire Safety Education Administrator at the New York City Fire Department about her career, completing her degree after more than two decades in the Marxe School’s Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs-FDNY partnership program, and her experience as an Executive MPA student.
This month’s alumni spotlight features alumnus, Robert Biederman, who has had an eclectic career as an actor/writer, chose two areas of study while at the Marxe School, and is now a New York State Excelsior Service Fellow.
Director of Community Affairs for the New York State Assembly, Charlie Anderson tells us about his role in service of the office of Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick, his Executive MPA experience at the Marxe School, and what keeps him working in government.
Cutting-edge policy and research programs aren’t just explored in the classroom at the Marxe School. The School’s vital association with seven vibrant research centers allow students unprecedented exposure to experts and their research. We spoke with the Associate Professor and Executive Director of the New York Federal Statistical Research Data Center (NYRDC) about ongoing research efforts, including a project on preventive care for individuals with diabetes, and more.
In this special alumni spotlight, Marxe graduate and Director of Dedman College Records and Academic Services, John Georges tells the story of his MSEd experience, from personal to professional with ups and downs, and successes and failures.
Distinguished Lecturer, Michael Seltzer embodies this delivery of knowledge and expertise. We speak about his first experience working in West Africa in the nonprofit sector, what brought him to the Marxe School, and more.
We speak to the Director of Strategic Partnerships and Policy at the NYC Department of Education Office of School Food, Stephen O’Brien about making sure communities are fed during the COVID-19 pandemic, his sense of civic duty, and more.
Senior Development Officer at the Asia Society Hong Kong Center in Hong Kong, Jeffers Kuo talks about his Marxe experience as an international student, his drive for nonprofit management, and his work at the Center.
Deputy Director of Leadership Giving at Baruch College, Lauren Braun recalls unexpected professional challenges, and tells us what drives her passion for nonprofits and fundraising in this month’s student spotlight.
How does improv performance relate to public affairs and administration? Communications expert Don Waisanen tells us about the overlap between these two seemingly disparate disciplines and more in this month’s faculty spotlight.
In this month’s spotlight we talk to Meredith Gray, alumna and executive director and co-founder of The Co-op School, a cooperative preschool through middle school in Brooklyn. She tells us about the School, her role, and the lessons she’s learned both there and at Marxe.
Master of International Affairs student, Sara Hoenes tells us all about her transition from professional dancer to international affairs student; her Washington Semester experience and subsequent trip to Sierra Leone – and more.
Kristina Wilson-Rocheford, who was recently senior manager in the Department of Executive Communications & Thought Leadership at Nestle Waters North America, tells us about her decision to get her MPA at Marxe, her past role at the United Nations, and more.
MPA alumna and Director of Plan Management at the NYC Emergency Management Department,Kathryn Howard tells us about the role’s challenges, her volunteer work with Animal Care Centers of NYC, and her Baruch Marxe experience.