Maxwell Perspective describes undergraduate programs and experience
Selected articles from the fall 2019 edition of
Maxwell Perspective are now available online. The edition is highlighted by a
12-page exploration of undergraduate education at the Maxwell School. Noting
that this year’s freshmen were the first directly admitted to Maxwell, the
article then covers the many ways in which undergrads benefit from the School’s
classroom offerings, interdisciplinary traditions, and opportunities for internships
and other immersive experiences. Though the School’s focus on undergraduates
has benefited from some recent enhancements — including the “direct admission”
program — in fact Maxwell has always been home to a great undergraduate
education. The full article is available at Undergrads@Maxwell.
Also featured in the fall 2019 edition is a
profile of alumna Mary Daly, who heads the San Francisco branch of the Federal
Reserve; an appreciation of recently deceased faculty member Matt Bonham, who
built the professional emphasis into the MAIR program; coverage of the new
Veterans Program for Politics and Civic Engagement; and a profile of new
faculty member Jok Madut Jok; among many other articles. Find all the posted
articles at Maxwell Perspective online.
Maxwell Perspective is the School’s semi-annual
magazine, distributed to alumni, donors, faculty and staff members, parents of
current students, and current graduate students. To request a paper or PDF copy
of the full issue, email Dana Cooke.