Ángel L. Vélez, new Associate Director of Diversity & Inclusion discusses his approach to diversity and inclusion work and its relevance for public policy.
When it comes to polarization, most people in American politics blame the voters. But much of the political science data suggests most voters are actually moderates. So, where are all the moderate politicians?
Three accomplished alumni of the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy will be recognized next spring for their leadership and noteworthy contributions in public policy when Harris Public Policy hosts its annual Alumni Awards Dinner.
The University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy and Department of Political Science have teamed up to introduce a new PhD program in political economy.
“I want you to see how the tools that Harris will teach you will let you address these questions and think them through,” Durlauf said.
The University of Chicago will gather global policymakers alongside leading scholars and experts Oct. 12-14 at the 2021 Pearson Global Forum, a virtual event that will examine the consequences of misinformation in the digital age.