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departments teaching excellence in social science and public/international affairs
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Our acclaimed education programs combine the study of human society and relationships with opportunities to address relevant social challenges.
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The Fall 2022 issue is now available in print and online. Read about the school‘s vast connections in Washington, D.C., including the new Democracy, Journalism and Citizenship Institute; Congresswoman Cheney discusses the January 6 insurrection; policy studies celebrates 45 years of “doing good;” and more.
Maxwell in Action
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China , Conflict , Government , International Affairs , Russia , Ukraine
Over Three-Quarters There!
With incredible support, our start is strong. But to meet our campaign goals, we will need to raise the remaining $30 million to support Campaign Priorities from the School’s long-range strategic plan.
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March 27, 2023
What Happens in China Does Not Stay in China
Eggers Hall, 341
March 30, 2023
Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics
Eggers Hall, 220
March 31, 2023
CAPS Methodology Workshop: Trenton Mize
Eggers Hall, 060
I am Maxwell.
I knew that I was interested in going into environmental work, but I was missing that natural sciences foundation. ESP has given me the qualitative and quantitative foundation that I needed...The faculty members were amazing in encouraging me and helping me make it all work.”
Lauren McNamara ’21 B.A.
Triple major: international relations; economics; environment, sustainability and policy