Join Maxwell for a Dean’s Brunch During Orange Central

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Please join Maxwell Dean David M. Van Slyke for a Dean’s Brunch during Orange Central. We hope you can join us to meet Dean Van Slyke, hear about news and initiatives at the School, and reconnect with faculty, students, and fellow alumni.

Date & Location

Saturday, 10/7/2017
9:30 – 11:00 AM

Lincoln Courtyard
Maxwell Hall
(rain location: Maxwell Foyer)

Other Details

Complimentary hors d’ouevres and refreshments. This event is free and open to Maxwell School alumni and their guests.

RSVP Now!

 

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Maddy Hamlin ’17 MPA/MA (Geog) is fellow at public housing nonprofit

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Maddy Hamlin is the 2017 Polikoff-Gautreaux fellow with Business and Professional People for the Public Interest nonprofit (BPI). BPI advocates on behalf of public housing projects, and works to reform the Chicago public education and criminal justice systems. For more information about the BPI, click here. Maddy recently contributed an article about her work to CityLab, a webmagazine hosted by The Atlantic. To read her article, click here.

Lawrence Levine ’73 BA (Econ) promoted to senior VP at Peapack-Gladstone

alum-news-buttonLawrence_LevineLawrence Levine was made senior vice president, director of client experience at Peapack-Gladstone Bank. This promotion recognizes Levine for his focus on enhancing the quality of client service and his record of developing “best in class” employee experiences. Previously Levine spent 25 years working for Citibank, J.P. Morgan Chase, Deutsche Bank and Natwest Bank. For more information about his recent achievement click here.

Register Now for an Albany Networking Reception Wednesday, 9/20

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The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs invites you to a special networking reception.  Please join us to welcome recent graduates to Albany and reconnect with Maxwell friends.

Date & Location

Wednesday, 9/20/2017
5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Nine Pin Cider Tasting Room
929 Broadway
Albany, New York 12207

Other Details

This event is open to Maxwell School alumni, students, prospective students, and guests.

Complimentary hors d’oeuvres will be provided, and cash bar will be available.  RSVPs requested by Monday, September 18 using the link below.

Register Now!

 

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Carissa Ralbovsky ’13 MPA honored for exemplary service

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Carissa Ralbovsky won the George A. Bell Award for exemplary achievement in budgeting and management in state government. Ralbovsky was recognized for her innovative leadership that led to the automation of budget instruction procedures. Ralbovsky is the budget supervisor for public safety and environment in the Maryland Department of Budget & Management. For more information about her recent achievement click here.

Jeffrey Lee ’11 MAIR joins planning commission of Temple City, Calif.

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Jeffrey LeeLee was appointed to the Temple City, Calif. planning commission by the City Council. Lee will collaborate on decisions over land use, zoning, and regulating the city’s growth. Lee works for the public utility Edison International where he specializes in planning and information systems. For more information about the planning commission, click here.

Coming Back to Campus? Come Back to Maxwell!

Will you be returning to campus for Coming Back Together? Please join us for an alumni reception at the Maxwell School!

We hope you’ll enjoy this special chance to meet and reconnect with Dean David M. Van Slyke and Maxwell faculty, students, and your fellow classmates.

Date & Location

Friday, 9/15/2017
12:00 PM to 2:00 PM

Dr. Paul and Natalie Strasser Legacy Room
220 Eggers Hall
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

Event Details

No RSVP is required, and guests are welcome.

Questions? Please contact Jessica Murray in the Maxwell Alumni Office at jwmurr01@syr.edu.


 

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Started in 1983, Coming Back Together (CBT) was the first reunion of its kind in the nation. CBT brings African American and Latino alumni back to campus to celebrate their accomplishments and see how Syracuse University has grown and changed over the years. It also introduces current students to successful alumni to make connections and get their advice on making the most of their time after graduation.

Held every three years, CBT gives our alumni an opportunity to catch up, reminisce, and share their vision for how they can keep the University moving forward. The weekend features a full schedule of distinguished speakers; networking, social, and academic events.  Read more about the schedule of CBT events and registration here.