For Cheistha Kochhar, MAIDP’20, work always came first. Asked on a graduate application in 2013 what she would do if she had free time, Kochhar answered: “Create more work.”
Harris Public Policy’s fifth annual Career Outcomes Report showcases strong post-graduation employment data for the class of 2020 and a remarkably well-prepared class of 2021 for the job market.
he Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC) has produced a compilation of evidence-based proposals to inform public policy: the U.S. Energy & Climate Roadmap.
Brian H. Williams, MD, FACS, is a highly skilled surgeon specializing in trauma surgery, acute care surgery and surgical critical care, and this quarter, he’ll be teaching a new Harris Public Policy elective course, “Racial Disparities in Healthcare."
The next Common Read will be announced later this spring. In the meantime, the Harris community hasn’t yet put down the current book, What the Eyes Don’t See.
A new grant from the Public Interest Technology University Network (PIT-UN) will support and expand the Civic Data & Technology Clinic, a new University of Chicago program that pairs student data scientists with non-profit organizations.