Maxwell on the Road
2020 Recruiting / Webinar Schedule
Each year, admissions professionals and alumni representatives attend graduate admissions fairs sponsored by the Association for Professional Schools of International Affairs (APSIA), Idealist.org Graduate Degrees for the Public Good Fairs, and the Diversity Alliance of Public Policy Schools (comprised of admissions representatives from the public policy programs at Maxwell, the University of Michigan, Princeton and Carnegie
Mellon). We also host a number of Info Sessions on university and college campuses throughout the US and around the world.
We hope that you can join us at an event in your area - or virtually via one of our Maxwell Webinars. If you are in Syracuse area, please feel free to contact us to arrange a personal visit to campus. We are also glad to help you connect with
a Maxwell graduate in your area. E-mail Ken at email@example.com You will also find our Admissions Blog helpful when considering the program.
You may also want to connect with our alumni at any of the several informal alumni happy hours planned throughout the year (and added to the list below). An RSVP will be required for each of these events. Please identify yourself as a prospective or admitted
student on the RSVP form. As these are informal alumni gatherings, there will not necessarily be anyone from the university or admissions office present. Many of these events will take place at 21 and older establishments, please be sure to have a
valid government-issued photo ID if planning to attend. Questions should be directed to our Director of Alumni Relations, Jessica Murray.
Fall 2020 Events
UPCOMING VIRTUAL FACULTY CONVERSATIONS / UNIVERSITY EVENTS:
Maxwell School Faculty Conversation with the Hon. James E. Baker & Jamie Winders
The Centaur's Dilemma: National Security Law for the Coming AI Revolution
Thursday, December 3
4:00 - 5:00 pm (Eastern)
For More Information / Register Here
Virtual Recruitment Events & Webinars
School Admissions and Financial Aid Information Session
7:00 pm (US Eastern)
Hear from the admissions team at the SI Newhouse School on
all facets of admission and financial aid.
This event is relevant to prospective applicants to the MA Public Diplomacy & Global Communications program only.
ATLANTIS Program Alumni & Current Student Panel
Thursday, December 3
11:00 am - Noon (US Eastern) / 5:00 - 6:00 pm (Berlin)
Hear from alumni and current students of the ATLANTIS program about how
this unique transatlantic dual degree program prepared them for their careers.
WEBINAR: Financing Maxwell's PAIA Master's Programs
Thursday, December 3
2:00 - 3:00 pm
Financing graduate study is a huge concern. Join us to learn about the financial
aid process and funding opportunities to help make a Maxwell graduate education
affordable, (specific to MPA, MA IR and MA PDGC programs only) with time for Q&A.
Student Panel Discussion w/MPA. MA IR and MA PDGC Students
Friday, January 8
4:00 - 5:00 pm (US Eastern)
Hear about the graduate
student experience and day in the life of current students
pursuing degrees in
Public Administration, Public Policy, International Affairs, and
Diplomacy from the Maxwell School. The first half of the webinar will be a
discussion among the current graduate students, followed by an open Q/A.
FOREVER ORANGE Graduate Scholarship Information Session
For Syracuse University Seniors Only
Thursday, January 14
4:00 - 5:30 pm
For More Information / To Register (link forthcoming)
University of Florida - Public Policy Week
sponsored by U FL's Chomp the Vote
Monday, March 15
More to come about this event...
RECORDED 2020 ADMITTED STUDENT WEBINARS:
The Palmer Center for Career Development
Career advising resources for our students and Employment
Outcomes for our MPA and MA IR graduates
Maxwell's Global Programs
An overview of the various internship and off-campus options available,
specifically for our MA IR students.
MAXWELL SPRING 2020 FACULTY CONVERSATIONS - NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE
Click the link below to visit the Public
Affairs Forums playlist and view any of our faculty Q&As on
demand. Each conversation is approximately one hour in length.
View Faculty Q+As On Demand