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Our MPP students: François Provencher

16 Mar 2021

Born and raised in Ottawa, François Provencher understood the importance of public policy from a young age—an understanding that has shaped his perspective of the world as well as his career path. ...

Our MPP students: Camilla Shuang Liu

5 Mar 2021

How Camilla’s passion for communicating complex policy to the Canadian public led her to the Max Bell MPP program.

Our MPP students: Charlotte Reboul

4 Feb 2021

“In undergrad, you’re often taught about all the problems that exist in the world. But the Max Bell School's MPP program is so different—it gives you the tools to actually address these problems,”...

Our MPP students: Riad Katkhoda

14 Jan 2021

We reached Riad at his new home base in Dominica, an island country of the Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea, where he was stationed at the time with the World Food Programme (WFP), the food...

Our MPP students: Kayli Avveduti

4 Jan 2021

Kayli Avveduti is Nēhiyaw from the Treaty 6 Territory, born and raised in the Alexander First Nation in Alberta, where she continues to live today. She shares a strong connection to her family and...

Introducing the Max Bell School's second MPP Cohort

8 Oct 2020

This year, the Max Bell School of Public Policy welcomed 36 accomplished students to our MPP program.

The Max Bell School Celebrates the Graduation of its First Class

6 Aug 2020

On July 10, 2020 the Max Bell School of Public Policy saw 31 accomplished MPP students come together with staff, teaching faculty, and special speakers in a virtual ceremony for their graduation.

Max Bell School Announces Policy Scholars Program

10 Jun 2020

With the summer term now underway, the Max Bell School of Public Policy is preparing to graduate its inaugural cohort of Master of Public Policy students. This year, the School is thrilled to...

Tackling the challenges of remote learning

5 Jun 2020

In a normal context, remote learning can be challenging. Moving a program online in two weeks amid a global pandemic involves a whole new set of obstacles.  

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