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Tracking COVID’s Toll

Pandemic research by Maxwell faculty and students is shaping policy and perception on everything from aging to opioid addiction.

December 21, 2021

Lambright Discusses How NASA Administrators Transfer Power on Federal News Network

Professor Harry Lambright recently penned a report which draws on insights from recent and past NASA administrators to chart how leaders have passed the torch toward enabling machine and human space exploration of Mars, and its long-term impact on strategic priorities for the space program. 
December 9, 2021

Gadarian Speaks to Christian Science Monitor About Partisan Patterns, COVID Behaviors

Professor Shana Gadarian shared her research on pandemic behaviors such as mask-wearing, social distancing and a willingness to be vaccinated.
December 2, 2021

Hammond, Reeher Op-Ed on Redistricting NY Published on Syracuse.com

"Redistricting NY: It’s more than drawing lines on a map," authored by Timur Hammond, assistant professor of geography and the environment, and Grant Reeher, professor of political science, was published on Syracuse.com.
November 12, 2021

Faricy Discusses Syracuse Mayoral Race With CNY Central

Christopher Faricy, associate professor of political science, is included in the CNY Central article, "Election Day is Tuesday, here's what's at stake in the marquee race to lead Syracuse."
November 2, 2021

Maxwell supports local government at ICMA conference

Student, faculty and alumni participation at the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) conference in early October highlights the Maxwell School's continued and strengthened focus on training for and collaborating with state and local governments.
October 27, 2021

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Grant Reeher Discusses Inflation and Supply Disruption in Washington Examiner

Professor Grant Reeher was quoted in the Washington Examiner article, "Why is White House painting inflation and supply disruption as minor problems?"
October 21, 2021

Syracuse Mayoral Candidates to Debate on Campbell Conversations

Grant Reeher, director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute, will moderate a debate between Syracuse's mayoral candidates: incumbent Ben Walsh, an independent who is running on the Independence Party line, the Democratic Party nominee Khalid Bey, and the Republican nominee, Janet Burman.
October 20, 2021

Grant Reeher Quoted in Newsweek on Retiring Congress Members

Representative Mike Doyle, a Pennsylvania Democrat, and Representative David Price, a North Carolina Democrat, announced that they would not seek reelection. Professor Grant Reeher expects each seat to remain blue.
October 19, 2021

Johannes Himmelreich Named to Syracuse Surveillance Technology Work Group

Himmelreich, assistant professor of public administration and international affairs, is one of five community members named to the group that Syracuse Mayor Walsh says will ensure “surveillance tools are implemented in a safe and well-governed way.”
October 11, 2021

In Governing, Gadarian Discusses Vaccines' Polarizing Effect

From the very start of the pandemic, people’s willingness to change their behavior—for instance, by washing their hands more or staying home—has been determined more by partisanship than any other factor, including age, race or geography, says Gadarian, professor and chair of political science.
October 8, 2021

Thompson Quoted in Times Union Article on Religious Exemptions for Vaccines

Whether the religious belief is "sincerely held" is a primary metric used by employers when determining whether to grant the requests, says Thompson, associate professor of history and political science.
October 8, 2021

Art of Living, Virtual Memories Show Podcasts Feature Elisabeth Lasch-Quinn

Lasch-Quinn, professor of history, discussed her book, Ars Vitae: The Fate of Inwardness and the Return of the Ancient Arts of Living, which explores how different philosophies of the ancient Greeks and Romans continue to play out in our modern era.
October 4, 2021

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Elizabeth Cohen Piece on Immigration Reform Published in Washington Post

In the article, Cohen, professor of political science, discusses the history of immigration reform and how the U.S. can move forward, in particular, by updating the Registry Act.
September 30, 2021

On NPR, Sean O'Keefe Weighs in on Renaming NASA's James Webb Space Telescope

O'Keefe, University Professor and former NASA administrator, made the decision to name the telescope after Webb in 2002.

September 30, 2021

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