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Fall 2015

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Tenth Decade Challenges 
Five recently launched projects position Maxwell to tackle the big issues of citizenship and society. read article>>
Specific projects: Citizenship Survey / Free Speech / Workers and Labor / Climate Change / Future Citizenship Work
Tina Nabatchi:
 The chair of the Tenth Decade faculty committee has emerged as one of Maxwell’s leading scholars of citizenship.

The Hopes of a Continent 
By training the next generation of government leaders, the Maxwell School builds a stronger future for Africa. read article>>

Innovation in the Salt City 
As an extension of her work as community geographer, faculty member Jonnell Robinson now serves on Syracuse’s new “innovation team.” read article>>

Dual Perspectives 
Mincheol Song and Jiyeon Oh are South Korean students at Maxwell pursuing a new two-nation degree. read article>>

Contraband Over Time 
According to Andrew Cohen, evolving attitudes toward smuggling reflect the economic priorities of a different era. read article>>

Breaking the Ice 
In advance of President Obama’s well-publicized trip to Alaska, two Maxwell professors were invited to advise stakeholders on shipping-channel icebreakers. read article>>

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