The Harris Common Read selection for the 2021-2022 academic year explores the unseen and often highly destructive American hierarchy that goes beyond the confines of race, class, gender, and other factors that have proven so successful at dividing us.
Kicking off in late June, the Harris School of Public Policy will host its fifth annual Summer of Social Impact, its signature summer initiative.
Astute professionals rely on Connectors to find opportunities and gain access to unfamiliar worlds.
The Richard P. Taub Thesis Prize, created in 2018, is awarded annually to three undergraduate Public Policy Studies students who have done original and extensive research for the BA thesis project, the major’s capstone experience. 
For Ta-Nehisi Coates, writing is a way of telling the truth boldly—without coddling the reader, but not without offering hope.
An enormous data collection project under way at the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy will bring together billions of records to essentially change the way poverty in the United States is understood.