Meet Our MPPs: Arwa Emhemed

12 Jun 2024

Arwa joined the Max Bell School from Libya to gain practical experience in public policy making.

Meet Our MPPs: Sarahí Nava Marquina, Nina Hernández Jayme, and Fiorella Becerra Ortiz

17 May 2024

Every MPP hopes to find new friends and new connections when they arrive at Max Bell, but a lucky few find their lifelong friends. Sarahí Nava Marquina, Nina Hernández Jayme, and Fiorella Becerra...

Meet Our MPPs: Rebecca Kresta

14 May 2024

Mechanical engineer turned humanitarian logistician, Rebecca aims to bridge the gap between technical expertise and policymaking.

Protecting our Privacy: Strengthening Accountability for Public Surveillance | Policy Magazine

Published: 9 May 2024

May 8, 2024 | In Policy Magazine’s Emerging Voices series each year, Max Bell School MPPs are asked to write articles on issues important to them. In the fifth article for 2024, Asha Sivarajah...

Abdelrahman Sherif on the Hot Cities of the World Tour | PBS Mountain Lake

Published: 2 May 2024

April 26, 2024 | Abdelrahman Sherif, born and raised in Cairo, Egypt, is part of the fifth cohort of MPPs. His expertise in management consulting has allowed him to make significant contributions...

Three McCall MacBain Scholars join 24-25 MPP

30 Apr 2024

Welcoming Al-Amin Ahamed, Harley Martin, Noémie Veilleux, Isabella Coronado Doria, Juan Francisco Escalante Villar, Suhanya Joseph de Saram, Jacob Kates Rose, and Bianca Mammarella to the 24-25 MPP...

Meet Our MPPs: Sean Celi

18 Apr 2024

Sean Celi shares what led him to pursue an MPP at Max Bell.

Kamala Harris set to attend global climate conference in Dubai | CNN

Published: 5 December 2023

December 2, 2023 | Kim Brunhuber speaks with MPP alumni Henna Hundal, a delegate to the U.N. Climate Change Conference, about what to expect from U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris at the COP28...

Why democracy in Bangladesh is worth it

26 Oct 2023

Meet Aftab Ahmed, a 2023 MPP alumnus and opinion columnist with over 100 published articles about the state of Bangladesh's fragile democracy.

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