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Three members of the Maxwell School Community were honored with Orange Circle Awards during SU's 2015 Philanthropy Week celebration: Ruth Schlesinger Sherman '73 BA (PSc), Public Diplomacy student Timi Komonibo '15 , and Anthropology graduate student Alexis Morris. The awards honor those who have done extraordinary things in the service of others.
Associate Professor Tina Nabatchi assisted curriculum coordination for “Engaging Citizens: A Game Changer for Development?” a Massive Open Online Course on citizen engagement organized by the World Bank Group.The course, and Nabatchi's involvement, are featured in The Daily Orange.
During an April 2 interactive debate in Washington, DC, a group of academics and NGO leaders representing both traditional and digital NGOs will use a real-world crisis scenario as the catalyst for a debate about the advantages and challenges of adopting digitally enabled forms of activism. Read more.
In a letter published in Sunday's New York Times, Associate Professor of Political Science Elizabeth Cohen says "Slow action on immigration reform does not originate with a hostile citizenry but rather with a flailing, polarized Congress." Read more.
Professor David Bennett co-authored a recent op-ed piece for The Washington Post. In the article, the authors propose to rechristen the Russell Senate Office Building as the Edward Moore Kennedy Senate Office Building.
Alan Allport, assistant professor of history, has written a new book entitled Browned Off and Bloody-Minded: The British Soldier Goes to War 1939-1945 (Yale University Press). Read more.