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In the News

Hillary Clinton cites Prof. James Heckman’s research on early childhood education

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07.22.2016
Hillary Clinton discusses racial violence, Donald Trump, foreign policy, extremism, and income inequality.
via - Charlie Rose

Senior Lecturer Rayid Ghani finds that responding to stressful calls can predict police abuse of power

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07.21.2016
How Science Could Help Prevent Police Shootings
via - Mother Jones

Senior Lecturer Rayid Ghani talks to NPR on using data analytics in unlikely places

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07.19.2016
Can Big Data Help Head Off Police Misconduct?
via - NPR

Isis Ferguson, associate director of city and community strategy at Place Lab, on how cities can become more equitable for their citizens

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07.18.2016
How Urban Design Perpetuates Racial Inequality—And What We Can Do About It
via - Fast Company Design

Prof. William Howell on what it means to have two Boomer candidates

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07.15.2016
Millennials Overtake Boomers, But Not When It Comes To Presidential Candidates
via - WBUR

Joseph Schwieterman, Ph.D.'90, on how the renovations of O'Hare will improve traveler experience

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07.15.2016
More gates at O'Hare could mean fewer delays, less crowding: city, expert
via - Chicago Tribune

Lect. Rebecca Sive on why women shouldn't give up on the C-Suite

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07.14.2016
Heads Up, Girlfriends: Here’s How Hillary Clinton And Michelle Obama Are Winning The C-Suite
via - The Huffington Post

Lect. Michael Belsky calls the Lincoln-Way HS District's financial practices "troubled"

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07.14.2016
Lincoln-Way's misuse of bond funds propped up district's finances
via - Chicago Tribune

Joseph Schwieterman, Ph.D.'90, on the renovation of Wrigleyville

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07.14.2016
Demolition begins at Addison, Clark as Wrigley area is reinvented
via - Chicago Tribune