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Five recently launched projects position Maxwell to tackle the big issues of citizenship and society.
Specific projects: Citizenship Survey / Free Speech / Workers and Labor / Climate
Change / Future Citizenship Work
Nabatchi: The chair of the Tenth Decade faculty committee has emerged as one of Maxwell’s leading scholars of citizenship.
Hopes of a Continent
By training the next generation of government leaders, the Maxwell School builds a stronger future for Africa.
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.”
Mincheol Song and Jiyeon Oh are South Korean students at Maxwell pursuing a new two-nation degree.
According to Andrew Cohen, evolving attitudes toward smuggling reflect the economic priorities of a different era.
In advance of President Obama’s well-publicized trip to Alaska, two Maxwell professors were invited to advise stakeholders on shipping-channel icebreakers.
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