The U.S. Census is a constitutionally-mandated counting of the entire U.S. population. The first one was conducted in 1790 by the Secretary of Commerce, and all 23 censuses conducted since have been administered by the Department of Commerce.
The MSCAPP degree, which combines public policy and computer science in new ways, teaches analytical technical skills that give graduates new ways to make a difference.
Harris Public Policy has created a series of programming called “Transitions” meant to convene and guide Harris alumni through career changes. “Transitions” launched in November 2019, featuring a series of virtual events and webinars.
Support made Dami's dual MBA/MPP degree possible.
Why don’t we prepare better for crises we know are coming? What effect will the coronavirus pandemic have on Trump’s 2020 chances? Should we even be having an election in the midst of a viral outbreak? On this episode, we turn to political science.
The class examined metropolitan areas with success stories of economic growth, like Silicon Valley, and attempted to apply the lessons of these areas to the task of growing the economies of struggling regions across the U.S.