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Learning from Pandemics Past and Present: A Conversation with Dr. Joanne Liu

4Feb202112:00
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13:00

This event is for Max Bell School MPP students and faculty only./maxbellschoolCategory: Special events - students

A reckoning: Canada media and the case of George Floyd

18Feb202113:00
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14:00

This event is for Max Bell School MPP students and faculty only./maxbellschoolCategory: Special events - students

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 eastern Caribbean Sea, where he’s currently stationed 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...

2020: A Year In Review

17 Dec 2020

The Max Bell School has had a productive past year, cementing our role as a policy leader through our events and research, and ensuring that our MPP program maintained its high quality while being...

Career Opportunities

Our Master of Public Policy degree stands out for its focus on bridging the gap between the academic and applied sides of policymaking and preparing our students to enter the workforce and succeed...

MPP Information Session

12Nov202010:00
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11:00

This webinar will be delivered by Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, and helen.aaron [/maxbellschoolCategory: Public outreach

MPP Information Session

24Nov202015:30
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16:30

This webinar will be delivered by Chris Ragan, Director of the Max Bell School, and helen.aaron [/maxbellschoolCategory: Public outreach

Information Session: Johns Hopkins SAIS Europe and Max Bell School’s MPP program Cooperative Degrees

15Oct202009:00
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10:00

Join us to learn more about the Johns Hopkins SAIS Europe (MAIA) and McGill University’s Max Bell MPP cooperative degree./maxbellschoolCategory: Public outreach Special events - students

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