July 15, 2016
Unique in its mission, John Jay College prepares its students to build and sustain just societies by using their talents to make a difference for themselves and others.
Macaulay students at John Jay learn how to transform their ideas into social action and leadership as they pursue a rigorous liberal arts curriculum. Whether it is in the pages of The Lancet, across from opposing counsel, or behind a podium, John Jay students, graduates, and faculty make their mark on the world.
By bringing their research into the classroom, John Jay professors engage students in some of the most salient issues of the day, from the politics of crime and violence in the favelas of Brazil, to the impact of environmental toxins in neurodegenerative diseases, to the use of social networks to map social inequalities.
Through course work, research, internships, community service, and other learning experiences, John Jay students develop into highly ethical actors with the skills, knowledge, and passion to e ect real, enduring change in the world.
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