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UChicago Crime Lab’s Violence Reduction Dashboard provides unprecedented data on violence in near-real-time to anyone with internet access.
Does Western development aid in sub-Saharan Africa truly help? The answer, it turns out, is not so clear.
Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of activists Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz, will speak at University of Chicago on April 28 as part of this year’s George E. Kent Lecture.
Why does poverty, violence and crime exist? And what are the events and interventions that lead people in and out? These are the types of questions that fascinate University of Chicago scholar Christopher Blattman.
The Harris School Alumni Fantasy Football League has evolved into something more than a fun distraction for a bunch of graduate students wanting to engage their inner sports executives.
The postsecondary success model of OneGoal, a national non-profit dedicated to closing the degree divide in the United States, has made a significant impact on college enrollment, persistence, and graduation rates among Chicago Public Schools students.