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Maxwell School Events Calendar

  • Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics

    Eggers Hall, 220

    Kevin Volpp (University of Pennsylvania) will present "Behavioral Economics and Health" at the annual Paul Volcker Lecture in Behavioral Economics.

  • CAPS Methodology Workshop: Trenton Mize

    Eggers Hall, 060

    CAPS Methodology Workshop featuring Trenton Mize of Purdue University presenting on data visualization using Stata.

  • Book Launch: Critical Kashmir Studies

    Eggers Hall, 341

    The Moynihan Institute of International Affairs and the South Asia Center are proud to present SU-Maxwell faculty member Mona Bahn, along with her contributors, who are launching their new book the "Routledge Handbook of Critical Kashmir Studies."

  • Design Thinking Workshop

    Maxwell Hall, 204

    This training will be led by James Fathers, professor of design studies in the School of Visual and Performing Arts. Fathers focuses on sustainability, universal design and design in a development context. Registration is required.

  • Geography and the Environment Colloquium Series

    Eggers Hall, 032

    "Rooted in Faith: Black Women and Black Religious Geographies of the U.S. South," with Priscilla McCutcheon, Ph.D., assistant professor, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky

  • Fostering a Diverse and Healthy Democracy in a Period of Polarization

    Schine Student Center, Goldstein Auditorium

    Michael Eric Dyson and John McWhorter, prominent authors and thought leaders who express divergent views regarding free speech surrounding race and the portrayal of racial identity, will explore the health and future of democracy in a conversation moderated by Vice Chancellor, Provost and Chief Academic Officer Gretchen Ritter.

  • ChatGPT:  Charms and Challenges

    Eggers Hall, 220 (Strasser Legacy Room)

    We invite students, faculty and staff to an open conversation on ChatGPT.

  • "Listen to the Elders" Speaker Series: Freida Jacques

    6680 Onondaga Lake Pkwy Liverpool, New York

    Freida will speak about "Haudenosaunee Principles of Peace and Democracy" and guide a tour of the Skä•noñh Great Law of Peace Center.

  • Evolution of Institutional Diversity in a Changing World


    Irene Pérez Ibarra of the University of Zaragoza will present her recently awarded grant, "Resilient Rules," funded by the European Research Council.

  • 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.

  • Hindi-Urdu Culture and Conversation Table

    Eggers Hall, 341

    Please join us for a great opportunity to practice your Hindi-Urdu conversation skills. All are welcome to attend, from beginners to native speakers.

  • Secretary of State’s Office of Policy Planning Advances US Foreign Policy in Europe

    Eggers Hall, 220

    The Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs, and the Moynihan International Affairs Seminar Series is proud to host Shawanesh Underwood, Member, Secretary of State’s Policy Planning Staff (S/P).

  • Lerner Center Lunch and Learn: Positive Psychology

    White Hall, 441

    In partnership with Falk College’s Public Health Week, the Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion and Population Health will be hosting a lunch and learn on positive psychology. This immersive experience will pull from the Lerner Center’s DeStress from Success programming and provide tools on how to use positive psychology to manage stress.

  • Popular Sovereignty and the Bengali Language Movement in East Pakistan


    Ahona Panda's talk explores the complexities of the Bengali language movement as a political event. By examining the microhistories of a few dissenters, she argues that the discourse of language was situated between two distinct political imaginaries: the nationalism of Bengali (jātī) and the formulation of the Pakistani nation-state (rāṣṭra).

  • Syracuse-Chicago Webinar Series on Property Tax Administration and Design: Francis Wong


    Francis Wong (Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich) will discuss "Household Responses to Property Tax Volatility."

  • The Troubles and Beyond. The Impact of a Museum Exhibit on a Post-Conflict Society.

    Eggers Hall, 341

    Can museums influence the way visitors think about past violence and modern-day politics? Although the impacts of symbolic transitional justice (TJ) policies such as museums have largely been overlooked, Laia Balcells and Elsa Voytas hypothesize that they can shape perceptions of groups involved in violence; and preferences toward public policies to address the past.

  • French Culture and Conversation Table

    Huntington Beard Crouse Hall (HBC), 009

    Do you want to learn more about French culture and language? Come to the French Table! All levels welcome!

  • From Politics to the Pews: How Partisanship and the Political Landscape Shape Religious Identity

    Eggers Hall, 220 (Strasser Legacy Room)

    The Renewing Democratic Community Speaker Series presents Michele Marolis, associate professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania.

  • Spanish Culture & Conversation Table

    Eggers Hall, 341

    The Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs and the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics presents the Spanish Culture & Conversation Table.

  • Persian Culture and Conversation Table

    Maxwell Hall, 303

    The Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs and the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics presents the Persian Culture and Conversation Table.