The letter takes issue with the event’s description, which claims Chicago was “a great place to live, work, and play.”
Dina H. Powell will serve as a non-resident fellow with the Future of Diplomacy Project, a program intended to study diplomacy and negotiation within international politics.
In an era of political polarization, HKS affiliates consider both the need and potential consequences of hosting more conservative speakers on campus.
The Ohio Governor and former presidential candidate will deliver the 2018 commencement address at the Kennedy School on May 23.
The IOP director position sat unfilled for approximately 10 months following the resignation of former director Maggie Williams in April 2017.
Former Maryland Governor Martin J. O’ Malley will serve as a shared visiting fellow for multiple Kennedy School centers beginning this April, with a focus on local politics and student engagement.
As Harvard nears the completion of its capital campaign, Dean of the Kennedy School Douglas W. Elmendorf reported that the school has raised more than $660 million.
Michelin star chef and humanitarian José Andrés emphasized the importance of providing aid to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria at an Institute of Politics panel Tuesday.
Around 100 students from across the University spent Thursday evening marching up and down in front of the Kennedy School to protest Senator Durbin's visit.
A recurring theme at the event was President Donald Trump’s frequently stated interest in renegotiating and leaving international trade agreements.
The president of Iceland spoke about the country’s robust economic growth as well as the #MeToo movement during his visit to the Institute of Politics last Friday.
Some HKS professors traveled to Davos, Switzerland last week for the World Economic Forum, which focused in part on issues of gender and women’s empowerment.
Several HKS affiliates said President Trump’s recent comments were not only disappointing but damaging for the future of institutions like the Kennedy School
“The fellows are really great because they bring perspectives that do not necessarily exist within the academic sphere,” Abigail P. Bloomfield ’20 said.
The fellows will study the intersection of technology and public policy, as well as issues like climate change and the divide between rural and urban America.