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    Alex Lynch '16 BA (PSc/CCE) featured in local media for CCE project

    Alex Lynch '16 BA (PSc/CCE) featured in local media for CCE project

    For his final project in Maxwell's CCE program, Alex Lynch '16 BA (PSc/CCE) studied crime in the student-heavy University Hill neighborhood. Now, a year after graduating, he's raised enough money to put his plan in front of the Syracuse Common Council.
     
    Mosher study to examine pathways to geography education

    Mosher study to examine pathways to geography education

    Anne Mosher has been awarded a $20,000 research grant by the National Center for Research in Geography Education (NCRGE) for her study “Minding the Gap, Tending the Bridge,” examining pathways to college and careers for students who express an interest in geography.
     
    Maxwell students awarded summer research and mentorship opportunity

    Maxwell students awarded summer research and mentorship opportunity

    Maxwell students Abigail Hamilton, Jennith Lucas, and Kelsey Scott were each selected to receive a $2,000 stipend to conduct research and other creative projects this summer under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
     
    Maxwell students selected for 2017-18 Fulbright awards

    Maxwell students selected for 2017-18 Fulbright awards

    Rachel Brown-Weinstock ’17, sociology, citizenship and civic engagement, and policy studies; Frederick Cieri ’17, international relations; and Hasmik Djoulakian ’17, citizenship and civic engagement, were selected to participate in the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Program.
     
    Four Maxwell students named 2017 Syracuse University Scholars

    Four Maxwell students named 2017 Syracuse University Scholars

    Farrell Brenner, Rachel Brown-Weinstock, Hasmik Djoulakian, and Soleil Young are among the 12 graduating seniors named 2017 Syracuse University Scholars, the highest undergraduate honor that the University bestows.
     
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  • Why Choose CCE?

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    Michelle Sczpanski, 2016, Wooster, OH

    "I selected the Literacy Coalition of Onondaga County for my community placement. The education policy experiences I gained prepared me for my internship at the District of Columbia Public Charter School Board. These experiences are exactly why I chose the CCE major. It enhanced my skills and knowledge in a way that I didn’t think was possible in college."

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