Maxwell Perspective Current Issue
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School Policies and Healthy Kids
Moynihan Professor Amy Ellen Schwartz is exploring whether public intervention on the nutrition and fitness of students is well-applied and effective.
Related: Culture of Health. Maxwell’s Lerner Center is working with local government to encourage exercise and good snacking habits by students.
Closing a Five-Year Chapter
As he completes his deanship, James Steinberg reflects on the Maxwell School, its strengths and accomplishments, and his own priorities as a dean and teacher.
Related: 2011-2016: The Jim Steinberg Years
Visiting campus in April, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright shared insights from her storied career with students and the University community.
The Maxwell Citizenship Initiative is helping to catalyze new interdisciplinary projects on the theme of citizenship.
The Tenth Decade Scholars award demonstrates how citizenship cuts across the disciplines.
A new book by political scientist Shana Gadarian explores how anxiety over public threats affects the political arena.
Its first graduates demonstrate how Citizenship and Civic Engagement nurtures more than understanding.
Veil of Darkness
William Horrace uses an economist’s analytical approach to study whether traffic-stop patterns reveal racial bias by police officers.
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