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Fall 2016

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Quicken the Sense of Public Duty 
Maxwell’s new dean, David M. Van Slyke, takes the Athenian Oath very seriously.  And he views the Maxwell School — with all its complexity and plurality and disciplinary cross-currents — as uniquely prepared to uphold it. >> read article

Why Afghanistan Matters 
Fifteen years after 9/11 refocused American foreign policy — and the career of James Cunningham — the former ambassador says the collapse of Afghanistan remains an unacceptable option. >> read article

Different Takes on the Topic 
Among those studying citizenship, students researching work and labor were among the first to receive research grants through Maxwell’s Tenth Decade Project. >> read article

Right-Hand Man 
Mike Wasylenko returns to full-time teaching and research, having spent almost 20 years as the associate dean who keeps Maxwell humming. >> read article

Friendly Advice 
Deborah Pellow is devoted to counseling anthropology undergrads, and will tell you it pays dividends for her and them. >> read article

The Unlikely Path 
Former colleagues of Agehananda Bharati gather to mark 25 years since his passing. >> read article

Inarguable Legacy 
A faculty scholars endowment supports and celebrates interdisciplinary undergraduate teaching, and in the process honors Bob McClure. >> read article

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