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Successful television executive and Emmy Award winner is senior vice president for programming at Discovery Channel.
There's strength in a family coming together--we are more than 30,000 strong.
The Wagner experience is made possible for our students today becasue of the generosity of our Wagner family. Counting all of our alumni, parents, students and friends of the College, we are more than 30,000 strong and each one makes a difference. Supporting the Wagner Fund will support scholarships, student life, faculty resources and technology. Make a gift to the Wagner Fund.
Ali Hay '07, giving back and building relationships in the community.
"I learned how great it feels to give back and build relationships in my community. I came to Wagner becasue the concept of civic engagement is built into the Wagner Plan. There's a lot of opportunity for students to be as engaged as they want to be. My involvement in student government, my arts administration major and my internships led me to a career I love. Being able to support Wagner and knowing the money I give opens a door for future students to have the developmental opportunities I benefited from is very important to me."Al Hay '07 is a development officer in the College of Engineering at Northeastern University, and is the co-chair of the Wagner College Century Leaders.
Vincent Fischetti '62 H'10, Ph.D. - Prevention of Infectious Diseases
As professor and director of the bacterial pathogenesis and immunology laboratory at Rockefeller University, Fischetti has spent his entire career researching and understanding how bacteria interact with human tissue and cause disease. His mission is focused on how to interrupt this process. Infections by gram-positive bacteria are a major cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. The Fischetti lab is working to understand the earliest events that occur when gram-positive bacteria interact with human tissues and cause disease. His research is aimed at developing strategies to interfere with these events, such as vaccines to induce a mucosal immune response, and using phage lytic enzymes to both remove colonizing pathogenic bacteria to prevent infection and treat established infections. Fischetti has received more than 40 patents for his research. Read more about Vincent Fischetti '62 H'10.
"I was named the Megerle Scholar for Achievement in the Sciences--recognition like this inspires me to move forward and reach all of my goals."
- Francis Zuniga '14
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