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Maxwell School Events Calendar

Conferences Events

  • 2023 IGRI Virtual Conference — Branching Out: Evolving Applications

    Virtual

    The third annual Institutional Grammar Research Initiative virtual conference brings together scholars and practitioners who are engaging the Institutional Grammar in research or practice.

  • COVID-19 and Policy: Looking Backward and Looking Forward

    Eggers Hall, 220 (Strasser Legacy Room)

    Join us for a one-day conference exploring the multifaceted impacts of COVID-19 on public policy, health and inequality. This event brings together leading experts from a range of fields to share insights, research and experiences related to the ongoing pandemic.

  • Camp Econometrics XVII

    110 Sagamore Rd. Bolton Landing, New York

    Camp Econometrics XVII

  • Public Diplomacy Symposium

    Sheraton Syracuse University Hotel

    The Public Diplomacy Symposium—free for all SU community members—will be composed of three panels: gastro diplomacy (i.e., food diplomacy), educational exchange and sports diplomacy. Panels will consist of experienced SU staff and faculty and will be moderated by SU graduate students in each panel's respective field of study.

  • FPP Conference

    Eggers Hall, 145 NY

    The History Department graduate students will be hosting their annual FPP Conference on March 24, 2023.

  • International Conference on Public Policy Design

    The International Conference on Public Policy Design presents "Advancing the Study of Policy Design in Policy Process Research."

  • NYCAS 2022 - State and Society in Asia: Past and Present

    Eggers Hall, Commons (2nd floor)

    What historical legacies of the state persist in contemporary Asia? What roles do technology and urban development play in extending state power to unprecedented degrees? How do regime changes unsettle and re-arrange key local and national cultural constituents and what impact do these changes have on environmental history, archaeology, and cultural heritage sites? 135 scholars representing 71 institutions in 16 U.S. states and 15 countries will come to Syracuse for two days to present and discuss their research on these questions and other themes related to the study of Asia.

  • NYCAS 2022 - State and Society in Asia: Past and Present

    Eggers Hall, Commons (2nd floor)

    What historical legacies of the state persist in contemporary Asia? What roles do technology and urban development play in extending state power to unprecedented degrees? How do regime changes unsettle and re-arrange key local and national cultural constituents and what impact do these changes have on environmental history, archaeology, and cultural heritage sites? 135 scholars representing 71 institutions in 16 U.S. states and 15 countries will come to Syracuse for two days to present and discuss their research on these questions and other themes related to the study of Asia.

  • Genealogies of Anti-Asian/Asia Violences Symposium

    Eggers Hall, 220

    This symposium will convene a cohort of scholars, students, and activists whose work can collectively help trace the genealogies and geographies of anti-Asian violence.

  • Genealogies of Anti-Asian/Asia Violences Symposium

    Eggers Hall, 220

    This symposium will convene a cohort of scholars, students, and activists whose work can collectively help trace the genealogies and geographies of anti-Asian violence.

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