Maxwell Perspective Current Issue
A selection of articles from the current issue of the Maxwell Perspective magazine is available below. To receive a PDF version or a copy of this (or any) issue of the Perspective, e-mail Dana Cooke.
What Ralph Ketcham Meant to Maxwell
Ralph Ketcham championed an approach to citizenship education that virtually defines the Maxwell School.
For a surprisingly large percentage of Maxwell undergraduates, research is part of the program.
Also available: Baldanza Challenge Will Fund Undergrad Research
Citizenship Takes the Stage
In a day-long series of lectures and panels, Tanner Day provided a public forum where experts reflected on many of the challenges facing citizenship today.
Despair and Addiction
Sociologist Shannon Monnat is the new Lerner Chair, applying her interest in rural public wellness to the nation’s burgeoning opioid epidemic.
Online and Intense
Maxwell’s new online EMPA is structured to meet the demands of the highly experienced, ambitious students it attracts.
Citizens of the World
Students of the Maxwell School hail from around the planet, which assures a global experience not only for them, but for everyone who enters a classroom.
As Syracuse University's first Tillman Scholar and a PA student focused on national security studies, Ryan Gross brings real life to the classroom.