Summer of Social Impact Series Kick-Off

Mon., June 05, 2017 | 6:00 PM — 8:00 PM

222 W. Merchandise Mart Plaza, Suite 1212
Chicago, IL 60654
United States

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Summer of Social Impact

The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy will host an evening of conversation and networking to kick off its Summer of Social Impact at 1871. To mark the launch of its new evening degree program, also at 1871, Harris Public Policy will host a series of conversations this summer exploring the vital role data and analytics play in making a social impact on issues facing Chicago.

Join us for the first event in this series, which takes on criminal justice reform as a new Administration weighs the future of crime policy in America. Hear from leaders on the front lines of the debate in Chicago who are developing innovative approaches to better understand and address issues facing our city, from improving policing to reducing youth violence and incarceration.

6 pm:  Doors Open
7 pm:  Program
8 pm:  Reception

Please RSVP by June 1.

Members of the Harris Admissions team will be on hand to share details about the new evening degree program. You can refer a friend or request more information here.

A complimentary shuttle to the event will depart from Harris (1155 E. 60th Street) at 5:10 pm. A return shuttle will not be provided.

Featured Speakers:

Dan Black
Deputy Dean and Professor, Harris Public Policy

Dan Black

Brett Goldstein
Senior Fellow in Urban Science, Harris Public Policy

Brett Goldstein

Lanetta Haynes Turner

Executive Director, Cook County Justice Advisory Council

Laynetta Haynes Turner

Paula Wolff
Director, Illinois Justice Project

Paula Wolff

Moderated By:

Rick Tulsky
Co-Director, Injustice Watch

Rick Tulsky

Questions? Please contact Harris Events.