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Two Maxwell undergrads named 2020 Syracuse University Scholars

April 3, 2020

Maxwell students Lara Hicks, majoring in international relations, and Natalia Rice, majoring in sociology, are among the twelve seniors that have been named as the 2020 Syracuse University Scholars, the highest undergraduate honor the University bestows.

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Lauth awarded President’s Medal by the University of Georgia

March 31, 2020

The President’s Medal, awarded to Thomas Lauth ’76 Ph.D. (PSc), is one of the highest honors given by the University of Georgia and is bestowed on individuals in recognition of their support for students and academic programs, as well as their contributions to advance research and enhance the quality of life for Georgia citizens through their community leadership. 

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CCE major Ambrose wins Mount Vernon Leadership Fellowship

March 30, 2020

Phoebe Ambrose, a sophomore majoring in citizenship and civic engagement at Maxwell, and food studies at the Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, has been named a 2020 Mount Vernon Leadership Fellow.

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Entertainment lawyer and producer Davis wins Grammy Award

February 19, 2020

Doug Davis ’94 B.A. (PSc) has won a Grammy Award for his role in the making of the Brian Lynch Big Band album, “Omni-American Book Club,” which won in the Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album category.

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Alumnus Schwabish writes book on research presentation

February 14, 2020

Jonathan Schwabish ’02 M.A. (Econ)/’03 Ph.D. (Econ) discusses strategies researchers can use to communicate their work in both traditional and digital media in his new book "Elevate the Debate."

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