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March 27–31, 2023, experience University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy during our in-person Admitted Student Day events!
We will offer virtual content March 27–29.
In-person programming will kick off the evening of Thursday, March 30, and the main Admitted Student Day is Friday, March 31—a full day of programming. Saturday, April 1 will be student-hosted brunches—more details soon.
We're also offering $300.00 travel reimbursement—learn more. Admitted students will receive a follow-up mailing with more information.
Please note: registration is limited to admitted Harris Public Policy applicants. We are unable to accommodate prospective students or waitlisted applicants at this event and encourage you to attend another Harris event at a later time. Thank you!
Ethan Bueno de Mesquita is the Interim Dean and Sydney Stein Professor at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy, and a Faculty Associate in the University of Chicago Department of Political Science.
A leading political scientist whose research applies game theoretic models to the study of conflict, political violence, national security, and electoral politics, he has also written extensively on methodological issues in the social sciences. He writes and advises leaders in the public and private sectors on both national security matters and issues at the intersection of technology and society.
Friday, March 31 | Time TBD
Join a faculty breakout session with Senior Lecturer Rebecca Wolfe for an overview of the international policy and development curriculum at Harris.
Dr. Rebecca J. Wolfe is a leading expert on political violence, conflict and violent extremism. She is a Senior Lecturer at the Harris School for Public Policy at the University of Chicago, where she also is an associate at the Pearson Institute for the Study and Resolution of Global Conflicts.
Learn the difference between "spilling your guts" and "showing your scars" in storytelling with a workshop conducted by David Chrisinger, Executive and Writing Director of the Writing Program. Chrisinger also recently won the George Orwell Award for his contributions to Honesty and Clarity in Public Language.
Hear from Dana Bozeman, Assistant Dean of Diversity and Inclusion and Jen Lombardo, Associate Dean of Students, about The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and many programs including academic advising, orientation, student life initiatives, Harris Student Organization advising, the Mentor Program, the Common Read, the tutoring program, and the Stata and R Bar.
If you could not attend Admitted Student Week or would like to rewatch the videos from a past event, the recordings are available in our archive of past Admitted Student Week events.