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Maxwell Senior Francis Tang Honored by Overseas Press Club Foundation
The political science and international relations major hopes to bring ‘meaningful news to readers across the world.’
Alexander Rothenberg Honored with Moynihan Award for Teaching and Research
The assistant professor of economics will give remarks at the Maxwell School’s Graduate Convocation on May 12.
Maxwell Student Named Class of 2024 Senior Class Marshal
The Student Experience Division announced the selection of Lucio Maffei, a junior majoring in political philosophy as a Class of 2024 Senior Class Marshal. He will spend his senior year serving as one of the all-University representatives for his class and conclude his experience by leading the student procession during the 2024 Commencement ceremony.
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Four Maxwell Seniors Named 2023 University Scholars
Chelsea Brown (citizenship and civic engagement), Dara Drake (policy studies), Maggie Sardino (citizenship and civic engagement) and Alesandra "Sasha" Temerte (economics) were among those named 2023 Syracuse University Scholars, the highest undergraduate honor the University bestows.
Maxwell Celebrates Four Exceptional Alumni at Annual Awards of Excellence
Alumni Bernard Rostker G’66, G’70, Sean Callahan G’98, L’98, Deniece Laurent-Mantey ’09 and Juan Carlos Izaguirre G’06, G’07 will be celebrated at the event on April 27 in Washington, D.C.
Art Museum Faculty Fellow Heather Law Pezzarossi Weaves Indigenous Baskets Into Lesson Plan
The assistant professor of anthropology has provided her students with a unique research opportunity.
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Yingyi Ma Named an American Council on Education Fellow
As a fellow, Ma, professor of sociology, will receive customized leadership training and mentorship.
Tessa Murphy Named Humanities Faculty Fellow for Research on Histories of Enslaved People
The associate professor of history is working on a book and publicly accessible database of people who were enslaved in British Crown colonies in the Caribbean.
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Abdelaaty Receives ISA Ethnicity, Nationalism & Migration Studies Section’s Distinguished Book Award
"Discrimination and Delegation: Explaining State Responses to Refugees" (Oxford University Press, 2021), written by Associate Professor of Political Science Lamis Abdelaaty, received the Distinguished Book Award from the International Studies Association's Ethnicity, Nationalism, & Migration Studies section.
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Thomas Perreault Receives Fulbright Specialist Award
The professor of geography and the environment will spend part of the summer researching peatlands and helping develop a doctoral program in Chile.