President Biden, inaugurated today, faces unprecedented challenges – not just a pandemic and rising inequality, but increased threats to the rule of law and the United States’ system of representative democracy.
Among the signature initiatives of Gov. Marco Mena, MPP’94, the governor of the Mexican state of Tlaxcala, is a poverty reduction program called Supérate, credited with decreasing the number of people in extreme poverty in Mena’s Tlaxcala by 50 percent.
Through degree programs in Chicago or fellowships and faculty and alumni research in South Asia — including projects facilitated by Harris’ International Innovation Corps (IIC) at UChicago’s Center in Delhi — Harris aims to foster positive social change.
The Civic Leadership Academy based at the University of Chicago Center for Effective Government (CEG) and the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy welcomed its seventh cohort of 30 government and nonprofit leaders.
The MACRM program was designed with the intention of preparing students for rigorous PhD programs, but also launches students into a range of careers where their quantitative skills are highly valued.
Renee Adelson Kass and Scott Adelson come together with a commitment to address racial and economic inequities