NYU McSilver Institute Reception in Buenos Aires
8:00 PM to 9:30 PM
NYU Global Center in Buenos Aires
Anchorena 1314 Capital Federal
(C1415ELF) Buenos Aires, Argentina
Please join NYU Alumni Club in Argentina for a cocktail reception at NYU Buenos Aires.
We are pleased to welcome Dr. Mary McKay,
Director of the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy & Research at
NYU's Silver School of Social Work.
The event is open to alumni of all New York University schools and
their guests. If you should have any questions,
please feel free to
contact us directly via email. We look forward to seeing you!
NYU Global Alumni Relations
About Our Honored Guest
Dr. McKay joined New York University Silver School of Social Work in
September 2011 as Professor and Director of the
McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy &
Research. Prior to joining Silver, she served as
the Head of the Division of Mental Health Services Research at Mount
Sinai. She has received substantial federal
funding for research focused on meeting the
mental health and health prevention needs of
inner-city youth and families. To learn more, click here
About the McSilver Institute
The McSilver Institute was founded in 2007 through the generosity of Constance and Martin Silver with the purpose of better understanding poverty in New York City and developing practices to address it. The Institute studies current poverty-related issues and programs, pilots interventions in agencies throughout the city, and servers as a supportive resource and change agent for agencies working to address poverty in New York City. “McSilver” is a combination of Constance Silver’s married name and her maiden name, McCatherin.
The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research conducts, promotes, and disseminates interdisciplinary applied research to address root causes of, effects of, and responses to poverty. Drawing on intellectual and scholarly strengths of New York University and located within the Silver School of Social Work, the Institute partners with New York based agencies and communities to develop research projects and policy/advocacy recommendations that have short- and long-term social impact.