Note the flag on the right. Source: GAO Management News April 7 – 18, 2014
Earlier this year at the MAIR orientation, we were happy to host a few excellent alumni of the program to talk about their journey in the international affairs arena.
While there, one of the alumni, Mr. Omar Qudrat (JD/PD 2010) spoke about one of the truisms of the program. Namely that in most organizations, both in Washington and worldwide, there are either Maxwell alumni or Syracuse alumni. Thus, I thought I would share two interesting stories for an early Fall Friday.
Continue reading Maxwell in the World
Maxwell Students and Alumni in Berlin. Photo: Frederik Ferié
Neither the Maxwell School nor Syracuse University has an official presence in Berlin in the same way as our
Maxwell-in-Washington or SU in NYC.
However, over the past few years of involvement with the
Atlantis transatlantic degree program, we have built a stronger network in one of the major political and economic centers of the European Union. Continue reading Wir bauen eine neue Bruecke!
Connective Corridor Bike Lane. Photo: SU News
Many of you have met Maxwell Alum Eric Ennis (MPA ’14), either through the MPA Colloquium or via participating in his
2015 Maxwell Syracuse Challenge. Despite these notable achievements, Eric is also working on more innovative programming in his current role as the City of Syracuse’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) coordinator, including his role as the 40 Below Transit Task Force. Continue reading Allez Eric, Allez
Aditee Maskey (MAIR ’04)
The following interview between Aditee Maskey and Kyung Hwa Kim, documented in 2004. The interview details Ms. Maskey’s thoughts on working with the ILO and UNICEF.
Continue reading Aditee Maskey (MAIR ’04) – International Labour Organization and UNICEF
Alesha Black is a MAIR graduate of the Maxwell School who has worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation since 2007.
On Friday, February 28, she led a live Facebook chat on how the Gates Foundation’s investments in agriculture impacts the lives of the world’s poorest citizens.
Read the full transcript on Facebook.
Al Nakhlah is the Fletcher School’s Online Journal on Southwest Asia and Islamic Civilization Source: fletcher.tufts.edu
On November 24, 2013, Maxwell students Seth Binder (
MAIR ’13) and Amrou Kotb ( MPA/IR ’14) published an opinion piece titled “ US Policy in Egypt Inconsistent and Counterproductive” in Al Nakhlah, The Fletcher School’s online journal of Southwest Asia and Islamic Civilization. Continue reading Op-Ed: US Policy in Egypt Inconsistent and Counterproductive