Harvard Kennedy School
As the FCC prepares to vote on a proposal to dismantle current net neutrality rules, some Harvard professors at cautioned against several aspects of the proposal.
The fellowship is sponsored by $1.8 million in grants from the Charles Koch Foundation to each respective school.
“I think journalists are attracted to this profession because we believe in its accountability,” Gibbs said, “but I think that attitude may foster a bias against the positive.”
“Our standard for our president shouldn’t be, ‘Anything short of a felony is okay,'" she said.
Brothers Daniel and Jordan Allott, who are currently working on a documentary to understand how Trump won the 2016 election, spoke at the IOP Wednesday.
Kennedy School professor Kathryn A. Sikkink speaks on human rights Thursday evening. Sikkink was joined by psychology professor Steven A. Pinker, Professor Beth Simmons of the University of Pennsylvania, and Professor Sergio Aguayo of the Colegio de Mexico in a panel discussion at HKS.
Kathryn Sikkink spoke Thursday about the contemporary human rights issues, arguing that outside of the United States, cooperation among Western nations to preserve human rights has not decreased.
Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer spent three low-profile days on campus last week as part of his visiting fellowship at the Institute of Politics.