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PAIA’s unique Winter Intercession Courses

UN Organizations: Managing Change Class with Professor Bertini

UN Organizations: Managing for Change with Professor Bertini

It might be cold outside, but Maxwell’s graduate PA and IR programs are back in full swing.  Today, SIX Winter Intercession courses began to meet. in three locations.  Each January, since 1996, the PAIA Department has offered the option of taking an intensive three credit elective over the winter break.  Since almost all of our students are full time and have moved here specifically for their studies, it is not surprising how many  take advantage of this unique way to augment their traditional learning experience,

Professor Bertini is teaching UN Organizations: Managing for Change in New York City including meetings and guest speakers from and at the UN headquarters.  Professor Len Burman is tackling Tax Policy and Politics in Washington, DC.  The first Maxwell course taught in our new home at CSIS.  In Syracuse the options are equally interesting:  Professor Abonyi’s Business and Government in the Global Economy; Public Administration and Law with Professor Snyder; NGO Management in Developing and Transitioning Countries with Steve Lux, Maxwell’s Director of Executive Education Programming and the largest class this year; Homeland Security: State and Local Preparedness and Response, taught for many years by Randall Griffin.  Many students started preparing for these courses in the fall, some with meetings, others simply with readings, but all will have their final assignments due as the spring term at Syracuse gets underway the week of January 13th.

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