The Marxe School is known for its delivery of opportunity for students that go far beyond the lecture hall. We speak to Gohar about the opportunities the School has afforded her, her Huffington Post article on a topic she is passionate about — immigration, and her role at Literacy Partners.
We welcome new professor and Marxe Endowed Chair in the Master of International Affairs program, Asli Leblebicioglu to the Marxe School with a spotlight about her research, the origin of her interest in international economics, her upcoming classes, and more.
This month’s alumni spotlight focuses on an individual who has both breadth and depth of experience working at the United Nations. Ricardo Panchoo tells us about the challenges of the UN’s mission, his Marxe MPA experience, and more.
Why make the transition from private sector to public? In this month’s student spotlight, we speak with MIA student Claudia Huerta about her transition, the Marxe educational experience, and her interests in women’s rights and other issues.
In this month’s faculty spotlight, we speak to Former New York City Council Member and New York State Senator, Thomas Duane on becoming the first openly gay, HIV+ member of the City Council, his legislative achievements, and more.
What does Islam have to do with access to clean water? In this month’s faculty spotlight with new Marxe professor Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, we go over Ibrahim’s book on the connection between Islam and environmentalism.
When we think of effecting change, storytelling is not often one of the tools we consider. In this month’s alumni spotlight, Peter Raucci discusses the importance of storytelling, his Marxe MPA experience, and more.
Mamta Melwani tells us about her Marxe experience including her favorite class and her degree focus on public policy analysis which provides her “with a strong platform to make a difference in communities.”