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Maxwell School Events Calendar

  • Bureaucracies at War: Examining the Defense Decision-Making Construct as a Polycentric Arrangement

    Virtual

    Dan Detzi of the University of Arizona presents "Bureaucracies at War: Examining the Defense Decision-Making Construct as a Polycentric Arrangement."

  • ASPI GRAD LAB

    Eggers Hall , 306B Campbell's Public Affairs Institute Conference room

    The grad lab is designed to create opportunities for graduate students to come together--share and get feedback on their work and engage across disciplines with interests in autonomous systems/artificial intelligence.

  • Dalit Artists of Mithila, a film by Radhika Bordia

    Eggers Hall , 341

    Presenting the film by this name, produced by Radhika Bordia and co-directed by M. Habib Ali and Kaushik Kumar Jha, followed by a discussion led by Professor Emerita Susan Wadley.

  • M.A. in International Relations: A Curriculum Overview

    Virtual

    Join M.A. (IR) Program Director Michael Williams and associate director of admission & financial aid to get an in depth look at the master of arts in international relations curriculum, benefits and outcomes.

  • Maxwell School - ATLANTIS Dual Degree Information Session

    Virtual

    Find out more about the dual-degree program with the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and the Hertie School in Berlin.

  • MPA Workshop Project Poster Presentations

    Eggers Hall , 220

    Colleagues completing the MPA Workshop this fall semester will present the results of their semester-length project organizational consulting project. Each group worked closely with a real-world client to address a contemporary challenge faced by the organization.

  • Newhouse Master's Admissions Webinar (including M.A. in Public Diplomacy & Global Communications)

    Virtual

    Join Associate Dean Joel Kaplan and Assistant Director Martha Coria for a virtual overview of the on-campus master's programs at Newhouse as well as details about the admissions and financial aid process.

  • A PLACA Holiday Lunch

    Maxwell Hall , 204

    Graduate students and faculty studying Latin America and the Caribbean are invited to attend this event.

  • Maxwell School - Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Programs Virtual Information Session

    Virtual

    In this 1-hour session, Maxwell admission and advising staff will give you the information and guidance you need for how to apply and fund your accelerated bachelor’s/master’s program, as well as how to start planning now.

  • Master of Public Administration: A Curriculum Overview

    Virtual

    Join the chair of the Public Administration and International Affairs Department, Colleen Heflin, and the associate director of admission & financial aid for an in depth look at the master of public administration (M.P.A.) curriculum, benefits and outcomes.

  • Maxwell School and Whitman School of Management: Dual Master's Degree Programs

    Virtual

    Join representatives from Maxwell and Whitman to learn more about the dual master's degrees offered.

  • Funding at the Graduate Level: Understanding the Process and Navigating Resources

    Virtual

    Join the Maxwell School's associate director of admission & financial aid to get an orientation to the financial aid and scholarship process. We will focus broadly on describing the different types of funding options available and how to navigate relevant resources.

  • Syracuse-Chicago Webinar Series on Property Tax Administration and Design: Rebecca Fraenkel

    Virtual

    Rebecca Fraenkel (University of California – San Diego) will discuss "Property Tax-Induced Mobility and Redistribution: Evidence from Mass Reappraisals."

  • ASPI GRAD LAB

    Eggers Hall , James Library - 152

    The grad lab is designed to create opportunities for graduate students to come together--share and get feedback on their work and engage across disciplines with interests in autonomous systems/artificial intelligence.

  • Funding at the Graduate Level: Understanding the Process and Navigating Resources

    Virtual

    Join the Maxwell School's associate director of admission & financial aid to get an orientation to the financial aid and scholarship process. We will focus broadly on describing the different types of funding options available and how to navigate relevant resources.

  • CPR-CAPS Joint Seminar: Atheendar Venkataramani

    TBD

    Atheendar Venkataramani (Perelman School of Medicine) will present as part of the joint Center for Policy Research (CPR) & Center for Aging and Policy Studies (CAPS) seminar.

  • ASPI GRAD LAB

    Eggers Hall , 152

    The grad lab is designed to create opportunities for graduate students to come together--share and get feedback on their work and engage across disciplines with interests in autonomous systems/artificial intelligence.

  • The Work of Repair: A Conversation About Community-Engaged and Participatory Research

    Eggers Hall , 155 Eggers Hall

    The Work of Repair: A Conversation About Community-Engaged and Participatory Research This workshop, open to faculty, staff, and students by registration, will use Dr. Sara Safransky's community-engaged work in Detroit as a jumping off point for a broad conversation about how, why, and for whom research might take place.

  • Geography Colloquium: Dr. Sara Safransky

    200 MacNaughton Hall (in Falk College)

    Repairing Detroit: Memory, Environment and the Urban Commons. Sara Safransky, Assistant Professor, Department of Human and Organizational Development at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University.

  • ASPI GRAD LAB

    Eggers Hall , 152

    The grad lab is designed to create opportunities for graduate students to come together--share and get feedback on their work and engage across disciplines with interests in autonomous systems/artificial intelligence.