We speak with BSPA student Elsayed Osman about his approach to working and living, including civic actions from small to large, his involvement with the Baruch College Roosevelt Institute chapter, and working with the New York State Assembly.
Courtney Byrne-Mitchell (MPA ’18), who was part of the runner-up team of the 2017 NASPAA-Batten Student Simulation Competition on Food Security shares with us her experience from participating in the competition, thoughts about the Marxe School MPA program, and talks about community service and volunteering.
Jessica Greene’s expertise is in health reform-related policies and strategies intended to improve the quality of health care. She discusses and shares with us her views on one of the most pressing issues of recent months, Affordable Care Act (ACA) and shares her opinion on what it will mean to repeal and replace ACA.
Executive MPA student, Peta-Gay Campbell discusses her role in the NYC Department of Youth & Community Development and how the program is helping her improve after school services and other related initiatives in New York City.
For some members of the MSPIA community, working for an established organization isn’t enough to effect the change they want. Vance Toure embodies this ambitious spirit, and started the Family on Three Foundation.
Professor Engel discusses how he believes Trump will approach the Affordable Care Act, his current research on the American obesity epidemic, and the many research topics Marxe professors involve themselves in.