Students who enter our programs arrive at Hunter Urban Policy & Planning from any number of different locations and disciplines. It is not uncommon to attend classes with working professionals, recent graduates, or career changers. The diverse voices within the student body enrich discussions in the classrooms while exposing students to a variety of perspectives on urban issues.
Once graduated, alumni of our programs are lifetime members of the Hunter Urban community. We value their support and participation in the ongoing life of our department. Below you will find a small sampling of where our alumni go following the completion of a Hunter Urban Policy & Planning program. Beyond this list there are hundreds of Hunter Urban Alumni working to improve the quality of life in cities for residents.
In the profiles below, meet some of our students & alumni and catch a glimpse of Hunter UAP is all about.
Alumni Profile, News
Ryan Rzepecki, MUP Alumnus and SoBi CEO, featured in Electric, station-less bike share program starts to roll out, MissionLocal.org, By Laura Wenus, June 27, 2017. Read More
My Urban Affairs Workshop was a very special experience. I was able to broker a project with the Regional Plan Association and the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway Initiative… that project contains the most complete data I have ever produced. Read More
I plan to use my ambition and sense of social justice to become a public interest lawyer striving for the development of immigrant rights for the people in my community. Read More
Wilhelmina founded a grassroots, non-profit organization which uses art to help connect medically under-served populations to no-cost breast screening services. Read More
Each day is new. I am learning every day. Much of what I do on a day-to-day basis at NYSAFAH pertains to policy, it is greatly informed by the planning knowledge I gained while at Hunter. Read More