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Undergraduate Majors and Minors
The social sciences plus Maxwell's signature program in citizenship and civic engagement
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University is
pleased to announce the achievements of promotion and tenure for ten of its faculty members. Read more.
Professor Grant Reeher talks about Donald Trump's campaign and how he may fare in the general election in The Hill article, "Trump's campaign hits a wall."
William Banks, director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, weighs in on Trump's evidence for his proposed Muslim ban in the PolitiFact article, "Donald Trump says hundreds of migrants and their children have been implicated in U.S. terrorism."
Among them, four Maxwell students received Boren, Rangel, and Critical Language awards. Congratulations to all! Read more.
Vice Admiral Robert B. Murrett, deputy director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT), and professor of practice in PAIA, talks about safety when traveling to Europe in the Fox News article, "France launches terror alert app ahead of Euro 2016 soccer tournament."
Maxwell alum Lincoln Groves, '15 PhD (PA), had his study on welfare reform featured in the Washington Post article, "Why one researcher worries about welfare reform’s impact on white men."
Assistant Professor Chris Faricy discusses a new generation of younger, more ethnically diverse voters that is pushing the nation’s policy agenda to the left in his article, "Is It Time for a New 'New Deal'?"
Andrew Wender Cohen, professor of history and the Otey and Barbara Scruggs History Faculty Scholar, was quoted in a PolitiFact article, "In shot at Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton is correct about tariffs' role in Great Depression."
and faculty at the Maxwell School gathered on May 4 to celebrate the
accomplishments in undergraduate scholarship over the past year. The event
included scholarly poster presentations and an awards ceremony for
distinguished undergraduate research. Read more.
“You must not just change the world, you must SAVE the world,” urged keynote speaker Catherine Bertini at the Maxwell School’s 2016 Graduate Convocation celebrating the graduate students and PhDs who received their degrees. Read more.
Deborah Pellow, professor and undergraduate director in the Department of Anthropology, has been named Faculty Advisor of the Year for the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the College of Arts and Sciences.