NASPAA, the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration — the global standard in public service education — has officially announced that it has accredited our MSUPL program. Click to read more.
The American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) New York City Chapter has named Assistant Professor Karina Moreno President-Elect for 2020-2021 and President for 2021-2022.
MUP student Sola Olosunde unearthed video footage of white children taunting Black children in Rosedale, Queens, in 1975. After sharing the clip on social media, the New York Times spent months investigating, tracking several of the victims. The Times published its report in June crediting Sola in a separate, second article about the investigation. This week, Olosunde is featured in, “He’s Sharing the [...]
Prof. Vivian Louie was on a recent Harvard Alumni webinar on the Pandemic and Education – the panel included Former Secretary of Education John B. King Jr, NAACP LDF Attorney Michaele Turnage Young, and the President of First Gen Harvard Alumni Daniel Lobo. To hear the recording, click on: https://www.facebook.com/CoalitionForADiverseHarvard/videos/213737586743049 In addition, Prof. Louie's two [...]
MUP student Conor Greene is awarded the 2020 Westchester Municipal Planning Federation (WMPF) scholarship
Associate Professor Laura Wolf-Powers was quoted in an article in the Real Deal, about a proposed new subsidy for owners of rent-regulated apartments in NYC.
The State of College Readiness & Degree Completion in NYC Report Published: Made Possible in Part by Work of MSUPL Alum Carrie Torres (2019)
On July 14th Graduate NYC announced the release of The State of College Readiness and Degree Completion in New York City. This report examines the progress that the NYC DOE and CUNY have made toward their respective goals of high school graduation and college readiness and degree completion since 2010, while also detailing comprehensive policy changes currently underway [...]
MUP alum Amina Hassen (2018) is featured in the Fast Company article, "NYC’s new Black Lives Matter mural is more than art. It’s the future of urbanism"
Prof. Philip Alcabes Publishes Piece Linking Shabby Coronavirus Response to Policy Assault on Minorities
UPH Professor and UPP Affiliated faculty member, Philip Alcabes, published a short piece in The American Scholar. The article links the shabby coronavirus response in the US to the continuing policy assault on the minority poor.
MUP Alum Felicia Park-Rogers, Director of Regional Infrastructure Projects for TSTC, Co-Authors the Organization’s Latest Report
Hunter MUP alum Felicia Park-Rogers, Director of Regional Infrastructure Projects for Tri-State Transportation Campaign (TSTC), co-authored the organization's latest report, "Back on Board: A Guide to Safe(r) Transit in the Era of COVID," which provides a suite of over 50 interventions to promote a safer transit environment for riders and workers alike. Prof. John Chin served as [...]