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Christine Omolino, Director of Admission

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PAIA Admissions

In this admissions blog, I hope to share information that will be helpful for those considering our programs every step of the way: from initial exploration of the fields and curriculum, to applying and then to that all important decision of where to attend.

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Check out these other blogs…

PAIA INSIDER - a blog run by our PAIA student community

MAXWELL ALUMNI - a blog by alumni relations

PAIA at Home and Abroad - a blog on our global programs

Professor Len Burman's Blog  - a blog on public finance and tax policy

Online EMPA Program Blog

Most Recent Articles

Maxwell Celebrates Graduates Today – 2019 Convocation Ceremony

Posted by on May 10, 2019 in SU News | 1 comment

Today we celebrate our graduates at the Maxwell School, Syracuse University.  Anyone who has ever worked at a university enjoys graduation! This is why we are here.. to engage, enlighten, teach and watch our...

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Autonomous Systems Policy Symposium at Syracuse University – TODAY

Posted by on May 6, 2019 in Academics, Faculty and their Research, SU News | 0 comments

Autonomous Systems Policy Symposium Autonomous Systems and Their Policy, Law, and Governance Implications Autonomous Systems Policy Initiative, a new Syracuse University-wide effort, is convening faculty and...

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Student Spotlight – Stephanie Prochaska, MA IR student

Posted by on Apr 25, 2019 in Academics | 0 comments

Stephanie Prochaska Master of Arts in International Relations (Maxwell School)...

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Maxwell PAIA Welcomes New Faculty

Posted by on Apr 9, 2019 in Faculty and their Research | 0 comments

This fall, as new students arrive at the Maxwell School, the Public...

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Maxwell School ranks number one for public affairs in 2020

Posted by on Mar 12, 2019 in Admissions | 0 comments

Maxwell School ranks number one for public affairs in 2020 Syracuse, N.Y.,...

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Women in American Politics – Watch Livestream TODAY

Posted by on Mar 1, 2019 in Academics, SU News | 0 comments

Women in American Politics: 100 Years After Suffrage    One of my favorite...

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Changing Trade Relations and Political Consequences – Friday, Feb 15

Posted by on Feb 12, 2019 in Academics, SU News | 0 comments

From NAFTA to USMCA: Changing Trade Relations and Political Consequences This...

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