Spring 2022 Graduate Programs Survey

Thank you for your interest in a Maxwell in Washington Graduate Program! We are excited to have you join us in DC - whether you've chosen to apply to attend an intensive two-week January seminar or our DC Spring semester.

Please complete the below survey form to receive information for our January or Spring course and submit a resume to help us get to know you better. 

January Intersession (January 4 - 14)

  • Global Energy and Geopolitics (3 credit January seminar) William Hederman
    Intro Session: Tuesday, November 16th, 5-7pm

  • Global Supply Chains for Sustainability:  Implications for Corporations, National Security and the Environment (3 credit January seminar) Jay Golden
    Intro Session: Thursday, November 11th, 5-7pm

  • Public Managment of Technological Development (3 credit January seminar) Sean O'Keefe
    Intro Session: Wednesday, November 17th, 3:45-5:45 Eggers 070

Spring Semester 2022 (Janauary 18 - May 4)

  • Migration and Conflict (3 credit Spring course) Stephen Lennon

  • US Security Challenges in the Middle East (3 credit Spring course) Jon Alterman  

  • Disinformation and Influence in the Digital Age (3 credit Spring course) Nina Jankowicz

 Students are accepted on a rolling basis as space permits.


Indicate your interest in our courses by completing: 

  • Our DC Spring Program Online Survey
    Please email your resume to
    You can start your survey and return to complete it anytime up to a week later as long as you use the same computer and browser you used to access it the first time.

For questions related to the survey procedure or any of the programs, contact the Maxwell-in-Washington Program Coordinator, Jackie Rivera, at