Harris Public Policy welcomes four new tenure-track faculty members for the current academic year. The additions of assistant professors Dmitri Koustas, Eyal Frank, Fiona Burlig and Sam Norris deepen Harris’ expertise in several fields.
Harris Public Policy student James Lott's company offers an online marketplace that aims to increase access to Naloxone, a prescription medication that can reverse effects of an opioid overdose.
New survey shows that Americans are deeply concerned about the possibility of hacking ahead of the 2018 midterm elections.
Harris Public Policy and The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research announced that they are collaborating on a new series of surveys to inform public debate and contribute to academic studies.
This year, 458 incoming students – the largest and most diverse class in the school’s history, representing 40 countries from around the world – will be embarking on their journey to make a measurable impact in policy at Harris Public Policy.
The Harris Alumni Fellowship was launched in 2012 by the Harris Alumni Council in an effort to show support for exceptional students.