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Maxwell School Events Calendar

  • Syracuse-Chicago Webinar Series on Property Tax Administration and Design: Jeremy Moulton


    During this webinar, Jeremy Moulton (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) will discuss “When Do Property Taxes Matter? Tax Salience and Heterogeneous Policy Effects.”

  • 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.

  • 2023 Syracuse University Commencement

    The Dome

    Maxwell alumna Donna Shalala G’70, H’87 will deliver the Syracuse University 2023 Commencement address.

  • 2023 Maxwell School Undergraduate Convocation Ceremony

    The Dome

    The Maxwell School will celebrate the Class of 2023 undergraduate students. Debra Adams Simmons ’86, vice president for diversity, equity and inclusion at National Geographic Media, will deliver the alumni keynote address.

  • 2023 Maxwell School Graduate Convocation

    Hendricks Chapel

    The Maxwell School will celebrate the Class of 2023 graduate students. This year's speaker will be Alexander Rothenberg, assistant professor of economics and the recipient of the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award for Teaching and Research.

  • Syracuse-Chicago Webinar Series on Property Tax Administration and Design: Sebastien Bradley


    Sebastian Bradley (Drexel University) will discuss "Household Asymmetric Risk of Foreclosure From Tax Assessment Limits."

  • Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship

    Eggers Hall, 220

    The Maxwell School Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship is our annual recognition of student research achievement in the social sciences. This event gathers the Maxwell community together to share social science research findings across disciplines.

  • Decoding Institutional Dynamics on Climate Change Adaptation in Southern South Korea


    Sola Kim of Arizona State University will present at the May Institutional Grammar Research Initiative research seminar. 

  • Asha Sundaram: Foreign Direct Investment, Geography and Welfare

    Eggers Hall, 341

    The Moynihan Institute and the program for Trade, Development and Political Economy are hosting an in-person talk with Asha Sundaram of the University of Auckland.

  • Blood Gun Money: How America Arms Gangs and Cartels

    Maxwell Hall, Maxwell Auditorium

    Ioan Grillo, author of the book, "Blood Gun Money: How America Arms Gangs and Cartels," will discuss the market for guns in the Americas and how it has made the continent the most murderous on earth.

  • Mini Conference: South Asian American Invisibility


    Organized by Professor Prema Kurien (sociology), this timely full day virtual mini-conference approaches the issue of invisibility among South Asian Americans through themes such as boundaries, queerness, gender, race, (trans)nationalism, immigration, economics and religion. The virtual mini-conference also features a professional mentorship panel on navigating academia along with several informal opportunities for participants to discuss shared concerns.

  • Neopopulism and the Challenges to Democracy: Italy in Comparative Perspective

    Crouse-Hinds Hall, 010

    The Moynihan Institute, along with the Center for European Studies is proud to host Professor Paolo Graziano.

  • Maxwell 2023 Awards of Excellence

    1616 Rhode Island Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C.

    Maxwell alumni and friends are invited to the school's spring alumni evening in Washington, D.C., featuring the 2023 Awards of Excellence followed by a reception.

  • Geography and the Environment- Donald Meinig Undergraduate Lecture

    Eggers Hall, 220 (Strasser Legacy Room)

    "No Analogue: What Can Tree Rings Tell Us in a Changed Climate?" with Amy Hessl, Department of Geology & Geography, West Virginia University.

  • CPR Seminar Series: Graduate Student Seminar

    Eggers Hall, 426

    Graduate students will present as part of the CPR Seminar Series.

  • Otey Scruggs Memorial Lecture

    Eggers Hall, 220

    The History Department presents the annual Otey Scruggs Memorial Lecture with Jamie Kreiner, professor of history at the University of Georgia.

  • Middle Eastern Studies Program Spring Reception

    Eggers Hall, 220

    Please join the Middle Eastern Studies Program for our annual reception to appreciate the contributions of our faculty and celebrate the achievements of our students.

  • Turkish Culture & Conversation Table

    Eggers Hall, 352

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

  • Micron in Central New York: What’s at Stake for Education and the Workforce?


    What's at Stake for Education and the Workforce? Micron in Central New York, with Maxwell faculty members Shannon Monnat, Yingyi Ma, Alexander Rothenberg and Stuart Rosenthal.

  • The Price and Welfare Effects of Tariff Reduction on Consumer Goods: Evidence from China


    The Moynihan Institute, and the program for Trade, Development and Political Economy invites you to virtually join Xue Bai, associate professor from Brock University for a talk on "Tariff Reduction on Consumer Goods."