Skip to content

Maxwell School News and Commentary

Filtered by: CBS News

Banks Discusses the Third Jan. 6 Committee Hearing on CBS News

June 22, 2022

William Banks, professor emeritus of public administration and international affairs, joined CBS News to discuss the third Jan. 6 Committee hearing.

Banks Reviews the Legal Implications of the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot Hearings on CBS News

June 15, 2022

William Banks, professor emeritus of public administration and international affairs, joined CBS News to discuss the legal implications of House select committee hearings on the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Lovely Talks to CBS News, WPR About Businesses No Longer Doing Business in Russia

March 9, 2022

Professor Mary Lovely spoke to CBS News and Wisconsin Public Radio about businesses that have stopped doing business in Russia.

Jacobson Speaks to CBS News, DW, WAER about the Afghanistan Withdrawal

September 29, 2021
Top Pentagon leaders testified publicly before lawmakers for the first time since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. Mark Jacobson, assistant dean for Washington Programs, spoke with CBS News, Deutsche Welle and WAER about their testimony and the aftermath of the Afghanistan withdrawal.

Monnat discusses the US drug crisis on CBS News Radio

July 28, 2021
Shannon Monnat, associate professor of sociology and Lerner Chair for Public Health Promotion, was interviewed on CBS News Radio's "America: Changed Forever" podcast about drug abuse and the role the COVID-19 pandemic may have played in last year's drug-related deaths.

Jacobson discusses US troop withdrawal, Afghanistan on CBS, MSNBC, VOA

July 9, 2021
On Thursday, President Joe Biden announced the rapid withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan would conclude by August 31, weeks before the September 11 deadline he set earlier this year. 

Landes talks to CBS about COVID-19 reporting of people with IDD

March 11, 2021
Scott Landes, associate professor of sociology and co-author of a recent study that found that those with intellectual or developmental disabilities (IDD) living in group homes may be more likely to die from COVID-19, says the pandemic has exposed shortcomings in the medical community "as we've made decisions on who we collect data on, what we report, who we emphasize, who gets prioritization."

Explore by:

  • 1 (current)
  • 2
  • 3
Communications and Media Relations Office
200 Eggers Hall