Join Us in Washington, D.C. for an Alumni Program and Reception on Thursday, April 20!

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Maxwell School Dean David M. Van Slyke and the Maxwell Advisory Board invite you to a timely discussion of policy issues made prominent during the first three months of the Trump presidency, such as health care finance, tax reform, immigration, national security, and protectionism.

We will be joined at this event by expert analysts Ryan Streeter, director of domestic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, and Heidi Shierholz, a senior policy analyst at the Economic Policy Institute. Grant Reeher, director of Maxwell’s Campbell Public Affairs Institute, will moderate.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

5:30 p.m. Doors open
5:45 p.m. 
Program
Reception follows

Location
Westin Washington, D.C. City Center
Monticello Room
1400 M Street NW
Washington, D.C.
McPherson Square Metro

Event Details
This event is free and open to Maxwell School alumni, their guests, students, and prospective students.

RSVP
Register Now

Questions?
Contact Jessica Murray at 315.443.2660 or jwmurr01@syr.edu.

More About the Participants

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Heidi Shierholz is senior economist and director of policy at the Economic Policy Institute, heading the Perkins Project on Worker Rights and Wages and leading EPI’s efforts to advance a worker-centered policy agenda. From 2014 to 2017, she served as chief economist at the Obama Administration’s Department of Labor, helping to develop initiatives to boost workers’ rights, wages, and benefits; protect savings; and increase workplace safety.

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Ryan Streeter is director of domestic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, where he oversees research in education, American citizenship, politics, public opinion, and social and cultural studies. He is former deputy chief of staff for policy for Indiana Governor Mike Pence and former special assistant for domestic policy to President George W. Bush. He was most recently executive director of the Center for Politics and Governance at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Grant Reeher is professor of political science and director of the Alan K. Campbell Public Affairs Institute at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. His specialties are American politics, political theory, health-care policy, citizenship and democracy, and public engagement. Research interests include democratic processes and the dynamics of representation, social justice, health care politics and policy, and legislative behavior.

 
This program is sponsored in part by the Louis A. Bantle Chair in Business-Government Policy at the Maxwell School.

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Campbell Lecture Series presents: Who Won? Who Lost? And What it Means

On Friday November 11, 2016, the Campbell Institute will host “Who Won? Who Lost? And What It Means,” an political and policy analysis of the recent presidential election. The lecture will include Maxwell professors Shana Gadarian, associate of political science and John Palmer, university professor and dean-emeritus, in addition to Robert Erickson from Columbia and Jamila Michener from Cornell. The event will be moderated by  Christopher Faricy, assistant professor of political science of the Maxwell School. The event is a part of the Campbell Lecture Series.

The lecture will begin promptly at 4 PM in the Maxwell Auditorium. There will also be a live stream on the Maxwell School’s official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Maxwell.School/?fref=ts.

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Join us at CSIS for an Alumni Reception and Program: Inequality and the State of Working America – Thursday, April 7

Dean James B. Steinberg and the Maxwell School Advisory Board invite you to a timely discussion on wage stagnation, the transformation of work, rampant inequality, and the future of labor unions.  Leading the conversation will be Josh Bivens, research and policy director at the Economic Policy Institute.  Also on the panel will be Maxwell School faculty members Gretchen Purser and Matthew Huber.

THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 2016

6:00 p.m. Program

7:00 p.m. Cocktail reception and networking

LOCATION

Center for Strategic and International Studies
1616 Rhode Island Avenue NW
Washington, DC

Event Details

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

RSVP

Register Now

Questions?

Contact Norma Shannon at 315.443.5504 or nshannon@syr.edu.

More about our panelists:

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Josh Bivens is the research and policy director at the Economic Policy Institute (EPI). His areas of research include macroeconomics, fiscal and monetary policy, the economics of globalization, social insurance, and public investment. He frequently appears as an economics expert on news shows, including the Public Broadcasting Service’s “NewsHour,” the “Melissa Harris-Perry” show on MSNBC, WAMU’s “The Diane Rehm Show,” American Public Media’s “Marketplace,” and programs of the BBC.

Bivens is the author of Failure by Design: The Story behind America’s Broken Economy (EPI and Cornell University Press) and Everybody Wins Except for Most of Us: What Economics Really Teachers About Globalization (EPI). He is the co-author of The State of Working America, 12thEdition (EPI and Cornell University Press) and a co-editor of Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, No Jobs: Labor Markets and Informal Work in Egypt, El Salvador, India, Russia and South Africa (EPI).

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Matthew T. Huber is an associate professor of geography at the Maxwell School.  His research looks at the relationship between energy systems and the larger social, cultural and political forces. His 2013 book, Lifeblood: Oil, Freedom and the Forces of Capital, examines the role of oil in shaping suburbanization and the rightward turn of American politics in the 1970s and beyond. His new project examines the industrial fertilizer industry and their immense natural gas consumption and carbon emissions.

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Gretchen Purser is an assistant professor of sociology at the Maxwell School and author of the forthcoming Labor On Demand:  Dispatching the Urban Poor.  Her research focuses on precarious work and the low-wage labor market, the reproduction and lived experience of urban poverty, and the politics of punishment in the U.S.

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Prominent Labour Party Member of Parliament Jon Trickett this Sunday at 6 p.m. on the Campbell Conversations

 

Tune in to WRVO’s Campbell Conversations Sunday at 6 pm to listen as Maxwell Professor Grant Reeher interviews Jon Trickett

How did avowed socialist Jeremy Corbyn recently win election as Labour Leader in Britain, on an anti-war, pro-refugee platform? Are there lessons from that election which might apply to the U.S., and to the presidential run of Bernie Sanders? Are these rumblings of potential, more far-reaching political revolutions in the West? This week on the Campbell Conversations host Grant Reeher explores those questions with Jon Trickett, the first Member of Parliament to nominate Corbyn for Leader, and now one of his closest advisors.

Miss the live broadcast?  The interview will be available as a podcast and download on the Campbell Conversations page after Sunday.

 


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The Campbell Conversations

Sundays at 6:00 p.m. with Grant Reeher

Every week Grant Reeher, Director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University, leads a conversation with a notable guest. Guests include people from central New York – writers, politicians, activists, public officials, and business professionals whose work affects the public life of the community – as well as nationally-prominent figures visiting the region to talk about their work.

The Campbell Conversations are longer interviews which encourage the character of the interviewee to be exposed. This allows you to learn more about the person, how they got to where they are, and where they plan to go. Grant attempts to go beyond the usual press conference questions and sound bites, which usually accompany a discussion about his guests.

Podcasts of the show are available via iTunes.

If you have any questions about an episode or any comments for Grant, feel free to contact him by email at gdreeher@maxwell.syr.edu at your convenience.

Support for The Campbell Conversations series on WRVO is provided by The Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship.

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Candidates for Syracuse City Auditor this Sunday at 6 p.m. on the Campbell Conversations

 

Tune in to WRVO’s Campbell Conversations Sunday at 6 pm to listen as Maxwell Professor Grant Reeher interviews the two candidates for Syracuse City Auditor

Public offices like city auditor are essential for good governance, yet they tend to receive very little attention. In their only joint media appearance of the campaign, Campbell Conversation host Grant Reeher questions the two candidates for Syracuse City Auditor, Democrat incumbent Marty Masterpole and Green Party challenger Howie Hawkins.  In a lively but civil exchange, they debate whether the office has engaged in enough audits and audits of appropriate significance, the quality of the office staff, and the role that the office plays in trying to address the challenges facing the city.

Miss the live broadcast?  The interview will be available as a podcast and download on the Campbell Conversations page after Sunday.

 


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The Campbell Conversations

Sundays at 6:00 p.m. with Grant Reeher

Every week Grant Reeher, Director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University, leads a conversation with a notable guest. Guests include people from central New York – writers, politicians, activists, public officials, and business professionals whose work affects the public life of the community – as well as nationally-prominent figures visiting the region to talk about their work.

The Campbell Conversations are longer interviews which encourage the character of the interviewee to be exposed. This allows you to learn more about the person, how they got to where they are, and where they plan to go. Grant attempts to go beyond the usual press conference questions and sound bites, which usually accompany a discussion about his guests.

Podcasts of the show are available via iTunes.

If you have any questions about an episode or any comments for Grant, feel free to contact him by email at gdreeher@maxwell.syr.edu at your convenience.

Support for The Campbell Conversations series on WRVO is provided by The Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship.

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Anita Sharma ’95, Executive Director of Millennium Development Goals Initiatives at the United Nations Foundation, to give keynote address at annual Public Diplomacy Symposium on 11/5

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Please join us for a keynote lecture by

Anita Sharma

’95 BA (IR/Geo)

  Executive Director of Millennium Development Goals Initiatives at the United Nations Foundation

at the culmination of the annual Public Diplomacy Symposium

Building a More Secure World:  Public Diplomacy for 21st Century Actors

This event is sponsored by students in Syracuse University’s Public Diplomacy program — a cooperative venture between the Maxwell School and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. This year’s symposium will tackle the rising influence of new, 21st century actors and their non-traditional public diplomacy approaches to increasing human and national security. Alumni and friends are invited to the day-long event and are especially encouraged to attend the alumni networking reception which follows the keynote speech.

We Are All Advocates: Public Diplomacy in the Sustainable Development Goals Era

Thursday, November 5, 2015

6:00 p.m.  Keynote Lecture
Reception following

Center for Strategic and International Studies

1616 Rhode Island Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036
Directions

Registration is required

Follow this link to register for the evening keynote and reception

For more information about the reception, please contact: Norma Shannon at nshannon@maxwell.syr.edu, or call (315) 443 -5504

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Also interested in attending the daytime symposium?

“Building a More Secure World: Public Diplomacy for 21st Century Actors”

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The Public Diplomacy Symposium is an annual meeting that provides an environment in which critical and collaborative discussion and networking can occur between students and professionals in order to advance the field. This year, attendees will have the opportunity to discuss the ways in which public diplomacy is addressing the rising influence of new, 21st century actors.

Panel One: How Have Governments, NGOs, and International Institutions Adapted Their Public Diplomacy Efforts to Effectively Respond to Growing Threats to Security?

Panel Two: How Are Transnational NGO Networks Advancing Human Security Goals of Social Justice and Well-Being Through Public Diplomacy?

Panel Three: How Can Civil Society Engage in Public Diplomacy to Address Issues of Human and National Security?

Following the panels, attendees have the opportunity to attend a small, informational career fair and a U.S. Department of State Diplomacy Simulation.

To learn more about the symposium and to register for the daytime events, please visit:  http://publicdiplomacy.syr.edu/

(But please remember, if you are an alum or guest and you’d like to attend the evening reception, make sure to register here first!)

For more information about the symposium, contact K. Suzanne Hatcher at kshatche@syr.edu

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The APDS Syracuse University is a non-profit student-run organization dedicated to promoting public diplomacy and creating forums for dialogue regarding this and related fields, such as public relations, mass communications, and media studies.

Syracuse University’s Public Diplomacy program is a dual-degree program offered jointly by Syracuse University’s Maxwell School and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. The Public Diplomacy program affords students the opportunity to complete an MS in Public Relations from Syracuse University’s  Newhouse School along with an MA in International Relations from the Maxwell School with only two years of study.  As part of their academic and professional preparation, students complete challenging internships and policy-oriented seminars in Washington, DC.

Syracuse University is proud to be among the first institutions of higher learning to recognize the need to educate future leaders in the public, private, and non-governmental sectors on the theory and practice of public diplomacy and communication.

For more details about the Public Diplomacy program at Syracuse University, please visit this link.

Democratic Congressional Candidate Eric Kingson this Sunday at 6 p.m. on the Campbell Conversations

 

Tune in to WRVO’s Campbell Conversations Sunday at 6 pm to listen as Maxwell Professor Grant Reeher interviews Eric Kingson

Syracuse Congressman John Katko has tried to position himself as a moderate within the Congressional Republican Party. One local Democrat who’s not convinced about this effort is Eric Kingson, a Syracuse University professor who has recently announced his candidacy for Katko’s 24th district seat. This week on the Campbell Conversations, host Grant Reeher talks with the Democratic challenger, and explores his views about Katko’s voting record, Planned Parenthood, the Middle East, and Kingson’s own plans for expanding the Social Security program.

Miss the live broadcast?  The interview will be available as a podcast and download on the Campbell Conversations page after Sunday.

 


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The Campbell Conversations

Sundays at 6:00 p.m. with Grant Reeher

Every week Grant Reeher, Director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University, leads a conversation with a notable guest. Guests include people from central New York – writers, politicians, activists, public officials, and business professionals whose work affects the public life of the community – as well as nationally-prominent figures visiting the region to talk about their work.

The Campbell Conversations are longer interviews which encourage the character of the interviewee to be exposed. This allows you to learn more about the person, how they got to where they are, and where they plan to go. Grant attempts to go beyond the usual press conference questions and sound bites, which usually accompany a discussion about his guests.

Podcasts of the show are available via iTunes.

If you have any questions about an episode or any comments for Grant, feel free to contact him by email at gdreeher@maxwell.syr.edu at your convenience.

Support for The Campbell Conversations series on WRVO is provided by The Campbell Public Affairs Institute at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship.

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