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Mohamad Hafez and Ahmed Badr created the multi-media installation in 2017.
Recently awarded a prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship, which provides up to $30,000 for students pursuing careers in public service, Ramakrishnan intends to explore how applied and predictive methods can be used to analyze the child welfare system. 
On April 25, Profs. Lars Peter Hansen and James Heckman will launch the University of Chicago Policy Forum, a new quarterly series in which they will moderate debates on economic policy with top scholars from around the world.
The career outcomes data demonstrates the versatility of a public policy degree across public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
The ongoing trade war between the U.S. and China is not a sudden turn in politics; it is an eruption of accumulated policy divergence over the past two decades.
The Chicago Resilient Families Task Force recommends updates to the Illinois Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), an expansion to a Chicago EITC, and a pilot program for Universal Guaranteed Income.