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With more people from different backgrounds in the room, the policy discussions take on more meaning, with a more nuanced understanding of how policies affect different communities, different cultures, and even different individuals.
NORC is proud and excited to announce that Kerwin Charles, PhD, is the new chair of the board of trustees for NORC at the University of Chicago. Charles first joined NORC as a trustee in 2009 and is succeeding longtime outgoing chair, Edward O. Laumann.
Finance and investment are not as Hollywood would have you believe. By efficiently allocating capital, the tools of the finance trade are intended to have measurably positive effects on society. 
Former President Barack Obama returned to his academic roots on Tuesday, visiting the University of Chicago campus where he spent 12 years, and the neighborhood where his life last held some semblance of normalcy.
Gao's noteworthy dissertation, “What Gets Measured (Gets Done),” is composed of three essays: two related to mental health and one related to the political economy of determining the value of physician work. 
A transformative gift from AbbVie Pharmaceuticals announced today will expand the partnership between the University of Chicago Education Lab and Chicago Public Schools to better support Chicago’s most vulnerable youth.