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Audie Klotz Receives 2023 Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

Audie Klotz, professor of political science, is the 2023 recipient of the William Wasserstrom Prize for Teaching of Graduate Students. The prize is awarded to a faculty member who exemplifies the qualities of William Wasserstrom, a noted professor of English at Syracuse, who died in 1985.

May 30, 2023

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Social Status and Gendered Pathways to Citizenship

Jeannette Money, Sara Kazemian, Audie Klotz, Marisella Rodriguez

"Social Status and Gendered Pathways to Citizenship," co-authored by Professor of Political Science Audie Klotz, was published in International Migration Review. 

February 15, 2023

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Klotz receives distinguished scholar award from International Studies Association

Audie Klotz, professor of political science, is the recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Scholar Award from the International Organization Section of the International Studies Association (ISA).
April 13, 2020

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Klotz to receive 2018 ENMISA Distinguished Scholar Award

The Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration Studies Section of ISA (ENMISA) Distinguished Scholar Award committee, formed of Dr. Erin Jenne (Central European University), Dr. Suzanne Levi-Sanchez (Rutgers University) and Dr. Sorin Nastasia (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville), has decided after careful consideration of the nominations, to select Dr. Audie Klotz for the award. Klotz was presented with the award at the International Studies Association's annual conference on April 5, 2018.
April 14, 2018

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Even More Connections

The Maxwell Citizenship Initiative aims to identify common interests in citizenship issues among faculty and students throughout the school, and then to provide new avenues and support for sharing ideas and collaborating. “Our goal,” says Prema Kurien, professor of sociology and one of the founders of the project, “is to create faculty clusters based on research interests.”

February 10, 2018

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Everything We Do Touches On This

Gearing up for its centennial in 2024, the Maxwell School is building on its legacy as a school of citizenship — with a new wave of initiatives in teaching, research, and public service centered on citizenship, known collectively as the Tenth Decade Project.  
December 22, 2015

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