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Maxwell School Events Calendar

Career Development Events

  • Kaffeeklatsch: Discussion Group for MAIR Students

    Eggers Hall, 240

    Informal discussion group for M.A. (IR) students.

  • Conflict Management Center Presents "Interest-Based Problem Solving"

    Maxwell Hall, 204

    Please consider joining the Conflict Management Center for our interest-based problem-solving workshop.

  • Geography and the Environment Undergraduate Career Night


    Hear from Geography alumni about their careers and get advising tips from the A&S |Maxwell career advising team.

  • Maxwell-in-Washington Info Session


    Study Abroad week info session for Washington, D.C.

  • IKAPA Impact Internship Info Session


    Study Abroad week info session for Cape Town, South Africa.

  • Career Track Advising with Professor Johnson

    Eggers Hall, 209

    International service career track advising with Professor Johnson

  • Group Facilitation Skills Workshop

    Maxwell Hall, 204

    Hosted by the Conflict Management Center, this workshop will help you understand the fundamentals of group facilitation.

  • Meet & Greet with Maxwell Advisory Board Members

    Maxwell Hall, Founder's Room

    Connect with members of the Maxwell Advisory Board to gain insights, advice and inspiration from accomplished leaders in business, government, law, education and beyond.

  • Sociology Department Book Workshop: Prema Kurien

    Maxwell Hall, 204B

    Prema Kurien’s manuscript, “Claiming Citizenship: Race, Religion, and Belonging Among New Ethnic Americans,” will be discussed in detail.

  • A Conversation with Tom Steyer

    Eggers Hall, 220

    Join us for a fascinating conversation with former 2020 presidential candidate, philanthropist, investor, businessman and climate activist Tom Steyer. The conversation will be led by Jay Golden, Pontarelli Professor of Environmental Sustainability & Finance and director of the Dynamic Sustainability Lab at Syracuse University.

  • 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.

  • Running Political Campaigns: A Primer

    Eggers Hall, 209

    Join Alicia Madden for a conversation on working on campaigns.

  • Conflict Management Center Workshop

    Maxwell Hall, 204

    This workshop will be led by Catherine Gerard, former director of the Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration (PARCC) at Maxwell School, Syracuse University. Registration is required.

  • Autonomous Systems Policy Institute (ASPI) welcomes Lockheed Martin to the Schine Student Center

    Schine Student Center, 228 NY

    This event is designed to learn more about the organization and employment opportunities. We have three spokesperson (s) in attendance for Lockheed Martin: Kevin Maring, LM Fellow; Jason Zion, Hardware Engineering Manager; and Joshua Mathews, Project Engineering Associate Manager.

  • CPR Methods Seminar: Python 101: Coding for Beginners (Xue Zhang)

    Eggers Hall, 060

    CPR Methods Seminar: Python 101: Coding for Beginners (Xue Zhang).

  • Change the World through Working in Sustainability

    Maxwell Hall, 204B

    Join Professor Jay Golden and Ms. Stasha Stanifort for a conversation on working in the sustainability sector.

  • Sustainable Syracuse Research Film Festival and Competition: Kick-Off Information Session

    Eggers Hall, 220

    Learn more about participation in the inaugural Sustainable Syracuse Film Festival, focused on student research surrounding sustainability imperatives with prize money for winning contestants. Participation is open to all undergraduate and graduate students at both Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF campuses.

  • Congressman John Katko: Farewell Address

    National Veterans Resource Center NY

    Four-term elected U.S. Representative John Katko (R-NY) will join Grant Reeher, professor of political science and director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute, for a discussion reflecting on his legislative record, the current political climate and his experience during his eight years in Congress.

  • CMC Workshop: Interest-Based Problem Solving

    Eggers Hall, 220

    This interactive workshop focuses on the basic steps of interest-based problem solving by equipping you with the tools and skills for identifying interests, reframing problems, and generating and deciding on mutually satisfying solutions. This training will be led by Todd Dickey, assistant professor of public administration and international affairs and senior research associate with PARCC.

  • Hidden Gardens and Other Acts of Subtle Resistance

    Maxwell Hall, 204B

    Hidden Gardens and Other Acts of Subtle Resistance: Multispecies Politics in a Mexican Coffee Plantation

Exterior of Maxwell in black and white when there was no Eggers building

We’re Turning 100!

To mark our centennial in the fall of 2024, the Maxwell School will hold special events and engagement opportunities to celebrate the many ways—across disciplines and borders—our community ever strives to, as the Oath says, “transmit this city not only not less, but greater, better and more beautiful than it was transmitted to us.”

Throughout the year leading up to the centennial, engagement opportunities will be held for our diverse, highly accomplished community that now boasts more than 38,500 alumni across the globe.