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  • Forever Orange The Campaign for Syracuse University

    Now more than ever

    Many of our alumni have asked how they can help students in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak. We’re making efforts to protect our Syracuse community, on and off campus.

    If you’d like to help, please consider a gift to the Maxwell Dean’s fund to support our students as they face unexpected costs related to travel, technology access, health and wellness, and other unforeseen circumstances during this challenging time.


    Interested in learning more about Maxwell's campaign goals?

    >> See Maxwell's Forever Orange campaign priorities.


  • Giving Stories

    Historian Junko Takeda named first Daicoff Faculty Scholar

    Junko Takeda, an associate professor of history at Maxwell who focuses on European and global histories, has been named the inaugural Daicoff Faculty Scholar. The professorship was created last year by a $160,000 gift from Maxwell alumna Cathy L. Daicoff ’79 MPA, a long-time member of the Maxwell Advisory Board and its current vice chair.

     

    Maxwell Professor Emeritus G. Matthew Bonham remembered

    G. Matthew Bonham, professor emeritus of political science in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, died on Aug. 14. Bonham taught at Syracuse University for 25 years and was instrumental to the creation and development of the International Relations Program as a separate interdisciplinary endeavor.

     

    SU Trustee Christine Larsen funds local immigrant/refugee study

    Beginning this summer, the Maxwell School’s Community Geography Program will conduct a comprehensive assessment of community needs and assets among immigrants and refugees in the Syracuse area. That study is being funded by a gift of more than $110,000 from Syracuse University trustee Christine Larsen, her husband Vincent Dopulos, and their daughters Katherine and Phoebe.

     
  • Commitment to Inclusion

    The Maxwell School stands in support of all who are demanding change in the face of racism, violence, and hate speech. We are committed to making our school, our university, and our communities more inclusive and just for all.

    There is absolutely no place for behavior or language that degrades any individual or group’s race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, disability, or religious beliefs.

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  • Honor Roll of Donors

  • Our 2018-19 Donor Report lists Maxwell alumni and friends, as well as corporations and foundations, that supported the School between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019.

    In addition, we recognize lifetime and consecutive annual giving in our Dean's Circle and Sustainers groups.

    View Maxwell's Honor Roll of Donors for fiscal year 2019.