‘Unearthing Africa's Long Lost Past’: Maxwell Professor Unearths England’s First Outpost
The remarkable discovery of Fort Kormantine by archaeologist Christopher DeCorse illuminates a critical period in Atlantic history.
In this issue: Learn how Maxwell scholars are addressing the rapid rise of AI and autonomous systems by gathering critical data, designing policy and informing future leaders; an all-star panel convenes in Los Angeles to the 'intersection of entertainment and democracy'; and University Professor Sean O'Keefe '78 M.P.A. reflects on leading NASA through the Columbia shuttle tragedy.
In this issue: Read about the school‘s vast connections in Washington, D.C., including the new Institute for Democracy, Journalism and Citizenship; Congresswoman Cheney discusses the January 6 insurrection; policy studies celebrates 45 years of “doing good;” and more.
In this issue: Alumni and faculty reflect on their role preserving Harriet Tubman's legacy; an alumni couple's gift inspires an initiative to close the achievement gap in schools; Mike Tirico ’88 reflects on his most challenging assignment; Chilean president travels coach—right next to a Maxwell student; Jared Kraham '13 elected Binghamton's youngest mayor.
In this issue: Alumni wonder whether their work in Afghanistan will endure when U.S. troops leave; faculty research on the effects of COVID-19 is shaping public policy and perception; honoring one of Maxwell's most generous supporters, Maxwell School alumnus Joseph Strasser.
In this issue: Maxwell School Advisory Board members share their expertise and experiences; Maxwell reflects on its connections to the World Food Programme and the legacy of one of its former leaders, Catherine Bertini; Geography professor Mark Monmonier retires after nearly 50 years with Maxwell.
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