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Spring 2016

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School Policies and Healthy Kids
Moynihan Professor Amy Ellen Schwartz is exploring whether public intervention on the nutrition and fitness of students is well-applied and effective. read article>> 
Related: Culture of Health. Maxwell’s Lerner Center is working with local government to encourage exercise and good snacking habits by students. read article>>

Closing a Five-Year Chapter  
As he completes his deanship, James Steinberg reflects on the Maxwell School, its strengths and accomplishments, and his own priorities as a dean and teacher. read article>> 
Related: 2011-2016: The Jim Steinberg Years read article>>

Madam Secretary 
Visiting campus in April, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright shared insights from her storied career with students and the University community. read article>> 

Even More Connections 
The Maxwell Citizenship Initiative is helping to catalyze new interdisciplinary projects on the theme of citizenship. read article>> 

Broad Mission 
The Tenth Decade Scholars award demonstrates how citizenship cuts across the disciplines. read article>> 

Anxious Politics 
A new book by political scientist Shana Gadarian explores how anxiety over public threats affects the political arena. read article>>

Action Plans 
Its first graduates demonstrate how Citizenship and Civic Engagement nurtures more than understanding. read article>>

Veil of Darkness
William Horrace uses an economist’s analytical approach to study whether traffic-stop patterns reveal racial bias by police officers. read article>>

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