The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs was founded in 1924 as the first U.S. school dedicated to civic engagement and preparing students for careers in public service. While officially becoming a graduate school by 1938, Maxwell remained the home for Syracuse University’s undergraduate teaching in the social sciences. Maxwell offers a rich mix of doctoral and professional master's degree programs and is also home to the University's undergraduate social science majors.


Browse the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Collections:

Anthropology - Dissertations

Anthropology - Faculty Publications

Anthropology - Theses

Campbell Public Affairs Institute

Center for Policy Research

Community Benchmarks Program

Economics - Dissertations

Economics - Faculty Scholarship

Economics - Theses

Executive Education Programs

Geography - Dissertations

Geography - Faculty Publications

Geography - Theses

History - Dissertations

History - Faculty Scholarship

History - Theses

International Relations

International Relations - Dissertations

Lerner Center for Public Health Promotion: Population Health Research Brief Series

Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs - Former Departments, Centers, Institutes and Projects

Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs

Moynihan Institute of Global Affairs

Political Science

Political Science - Dissertations

Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration

Public Administration

Public Administration - Dissertations

Social Science - Dissertations


Sociology - Dissertations