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Crazy, Mixed Up World. Faculty members focused on international relations and the affairs of foreign nations seek to bring scholarly analysis and reason to global-affairs headlines
Free Speech Worldwide
An ambitious project assessing courts across the globe and their approaches to protected speech also provides opportunities for student research.
Lookin’ for a Job
The annual student-organized networking trips to Washington and New York accelerate career planning and a student’s understanding of life after Maxwell.
Anthropologist John Burdick is not only a faculty member conducting research overseas. His research team, in fact, spans the globe. >> read article
Moderates Opt Out
Danielle Thomsen’s book explores how the current political climate discourages politicians with moderate views from seeking national office. >> read article
Former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker maintains a long-standing association with Maxwell because he thinks Maxwell does public service right.
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