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    • Sep
      17

      Luke E. Perry, Ph.D., Professor of Government & Politics, Utica College, will discuss his new book, Donald Trump and the 2018 Midterm Battle for Central New York. This lecture is sponsored by the Campbell Public Affairs Institute and is open to the public. Parking available in the Irving Garage for a small fee. For more information about the Campbell Lecture Series, contact Kelley Coleman at kgcolema@syr.edu or 315.443.9707.


      If you have requests for accessibility and accommodations, please contact Sunju Raybeck, Campbell Institute, at sraybeck@syr.edu or the Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services Office at ada@syr.edu or 315.443.4018.

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    • Sep
      19

    • Sep
      25

      Ron J. Feldman, COO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and Maxwell Alum, will discuss such topics as financial crises, banking regulation - including Dodd-Frank, and address questions like: How vulnerable are we to another financial crisis?  What have we learned from past ones (particularly 2008-09)?  Are the big banks too big to fail?  What is the political/legislative outlook for financial regulation?


      This lecture is sponsored by the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. For more information, please contact Sunju Raybeck at Sraybeck@syr.edu or 315-443-5850. If you have requests for accessibility and accommodations, please contact the Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services Office at ada@syr.edu or 315-443-4018.

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    • Sep
      26

      This year’s symposium, “Stretchy Cities” features presentations by leading experts and discussion among local office-holders and the audience concerning regional urban government and a “stretched” urban landscape. The symposium will specifically examine the public conversation in the Syracuse area on developing and managing the diffuse built environment.


      The City Scripts symposia series is made possible by a unique partnership between the School of Architecture and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. The partners believe their collaboration will insure that policy and design are at the forefront when confronting the challenges facing cities in the United States and around the world. The goal of the symposia is to create an ongoing, interdisciplinary and applied dialogue that reaches beyond the university and, ultimately, influences both policy and design. 


      The “Stretchy Cities” symposium is curated by Syracuse Architecture associate professors Elizabeth Kamell and Lawrence Davis, undergraduate chair; Carol Faulkner, Maxwell School professor of history and associate dean; and Grant Reeher, director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute within the Maxwell School.


      The City Scripts series is co-sponsored by Syracuse University’s School of Architecture and the Campbell Public Affairs Institute within the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and funded in part by the Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence (CUSE) grant program. For more information about this symposium, please contact Julie Sharkey, School of Architecture, at jskarkey@syr.edu.
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    • Oct
      11

      Ezra Levin and Leah Greenberg, both co-founders and co-Executive Directors of the Indivisible Project, and authors of the forthcoming book, We Are Indivisible: A Blueprint for Democracy After Trump.  Ezra and Leah are Indivisible Civics that support civic education and leadership development for local Indivisible groups by offering trainings, facilitating regional group coordination, building partnerships, demystifying federal and state policy processes, and supporting voter registration. Pioneers in their work and bold leaders as activists and political organizers, they are an ideal fit for a lecture series that is framed around Democracy. Find out more about the Indivisible Project at https://indivisible.org/about.


      This lecture series is sponsored by the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and coordinated by the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. For more information, please contact Sunju Raybeck at Sraybeck@syr.edu or 315.443.5850. If you have requests for accessibility and accommodations, please contact the Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services Office at ada@syr.edu or 315.443.4018.

      Maxwell Auditorium

    • Oct
      25

      Campbell faculty and Ph.D. meeting

      Eggers 341

    • Mar
      25

      Marta Tellada, Ph.D., President and CEO at Consumer Reports will present the Tanner Lecture on Ethics, Citizenship, and Public Responsibility.

      This lecture is sponsored by the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and coordinated by the Campbell Public Affairs Institute. The Tanner Lecture Series has been generously endowed by Dr. W. Lynn Tanner, founder, CEO, and chairman of TEC Canada, and also a Syracuse University alum, receiving his Ph.D. from Maxwell.

      For more information, please contact Sunju Raybeck at Sraybeck@syr.edu or 315.443.5850. If you have requests for accessibility and accommodations, please contact the Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services Office at ada@syr.edu or 315.443.4018.

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