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Join us on February 21 or April 3 to connect with current students, hear from faculty, and see the exciting opportunities available at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy.
RSVP for Admitted Student Day.
Admitted Student Day on February 21 starts at 8:15 am and ends at 5:30 pm.
Want to arrive early? You can also begin your visit early by registering for a class visit on Thursday.
The first available class begins at 9:15am and the last available class begins at 2:45pm.
Register for one session (space is limited):
Paula Worthington is a Senior Lecturer at Harris. She teaches courses in state and local government and cost-benefit analysis and advises students completing applied projects for public and nonprofit sector clients. Please join this session to learn more and get a sense of what it's like in the Harris classroom.
Register to attend the faculty presentation with Paula Worthington.
Join us for a small reception to meet your future classmates, current students, faculty, and staff!
Jens Ludwig, Edwin A and Betty L. Bergman Distinguished Service Professor, Director of Crime Lab, Co-director of Education Lab, and Co-director of Bureau of Economic Research
Meet members of our student affairs team that will assist you with your academic, personal, and professional development:
During lunch, you'll hear from alumni on why they chose Harris, their time in the MPP program, and how it has shaped their early career paths.
The panel, Alumni Perspectives on International Policy and Development at Harris, includes Pearson Fellow alumni Marissa Block (MPP '19), Sarah Boyle (MPP '18), Elaine Li (MPP '19), Lauren Lochocki (MPP '19), and Anessa Patwary (MPP '19).
Talk with Harris staff about financial aid options, and hear from Centers & Institutes about their research and ways you can get involved.
Meet your future classmates at Harris and talk with students in Harris Student Organizations, including Harris Student Government, Minorities in Public Policy Studies (MiPPS), OutPolitik, Latin American Matters (LAM), Black Action in Public Policy Studies (BAPPS), Muslim Affairs & Public Policy, Chicago Policy Review, Education Policy Student Association (EPSA), Women in Public Policy (WiPP), and Community Action Bureau.
James Robinson, Reverend Dr. Richard L Pearson Professor of Global Conflict; Institute Director, The Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts
Ranjan Daniels, Senior Associate Dean (4:30 – 5pm)