Latest Maxwell Perspective previews public affairs issues for voters
new edition of Maxwell Perspective — the School's magazine for alumni,
students, parents, and other members of the Maxwell community — features
faculty experts who provide background and context for many of the issues that
will be influenced by this fall’s national elections. In the eight essays,
scholars draw in historical background and larger trends to help explain the
likely legacy of choices that citizens will make in the voting booth this
addition, the magazine celebrates the 50-year-plus career of historian David
Bennett, who will teach his signature American history course for the last time
this fall. He, too, provides insight about issues in America today, as
they relate to trends and priorities dating back to at least the 1920s.
articles in the Spring 2020 edition cover:
- Accommodations for the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact
on the lives of students, faculty, and staff;
- The role of Maxwell faculty members is Syracuse
University Project Advance;
- A new scholarship fund that is helping the University’s
broader efforts to retain promising freshman students;
- The career of economist Devashish Mitra; and
- How the University’s Cluster Hire initiative is helping
Maxwell build scholarly strength in key strategic areas.
edition also contains select profiles of Maxwell alumni and one story about
how, in the early days of the pandemic, a social media post by Executive
Education prompted hundreds of face mask donations from former students who
live in China.
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