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Students recently had the unique opportunity to hear a panel composed of a Nobel laureate, top UChicago economists, and the president of the Obama Foundation as they discussed the question, "Can Economics Save the World?"
We are so glad you’re thinking of attending a campus visit at Harris Public Policy! This is a great first step in getting to know Harris culture, seeing what classes are like, and learning what the application process entails. Here are some helpful tips to make the most of your time here.
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Students who start a Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree at Harris are challenged to hit the ground running—and I wouldn’t want it any other way.
Only a week into the program, my classes are churning through material, my calendar is jam-packed with new opportunities, and each day I’m meeting more of the diverse group of students who I now call classmates.
Here’s a rundown of what I’ve done so far:
The fall semester has begun, the leaves are beginning to change color, and the halls of the Keller Center are bustling with activity. Whether you are new to UChicago, a second year student, or a Chicago resident, we wanted to share some activities and restaurants in Hyde Park that no one should overlook.
Thanks to Esha Banerjee (MA'18), for this post!
You’ve filled out your name, academic information, and work experience, uploaded your transcripts and test scores, and requested letters of recommendation. Now you face the Herculean task of writing the motivation statement and questions race through your mind: What to write? How to start? How do I fit everything in so few words, or for some, how do I write so much about myself? Should I start with a quote or is it too cliché?
Jens Ludwig’s Last Lecture was titled “Non Specialis.” The theme?
You are not special.