Our Alumni

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From the halls of Congress and the White House, to the power centers of Europe and South America, to remote villages in Yemen, Chile, and Ghana. From the classroom to the boardroom. From Public Radio International to the World Bank. Chicago Harris alumni are part of a global network, taking on complex issues and making a positive difference in the world.
 

05.13.14
Jennifer Brooks, AM’00, PhD, highlights the issue at annual CHPPP lecture.
03.15.14
Inaugural winner of the Chicago Harris "Career Achievement" alumni award.
03.15.14
Inaugural winner of the Chicago Harris "Rising Star" alumni award.
12.09.13
Elizabeth Swanson (MPP’02) knew from an early age that she wanted to work in education. She just had to find the right space. Now, as Chicago’s Deputy Chief of Staff for Education, she finds herself in the middle of some of the nation’s boldest initiatives in urban education reform.
11.05.13
The Fall 2013 meeting of the Dean’s International Council, held in London October 16–18, focused on public policy issues that are high on the agendas of both the United States and the United Kingdom.
10.21.13
The University of Chicago Alumni Association announced Ahuja as the recipient of Public Service Award in June.
10.01.13
The Oct. 3 Public Policy event in D.C. has been rescheduled due to the shutdown of the U.S. government.
09.26.13
Alumni of Chicago Harris now have expanded opportunities for engagement in the school community as the Alumni Council helps organize events and identifies other ways in which alumni can be involved in the life of the school.
09.26.13
Chicago Harris alumni find many ways to stay active as members of the Harris community.
09.14.13
One of the first things Congressman Mike Quigley, AM’85, did when he arrived in Washington, DC, in the spring of 2009 was break ranks with his fellow Democrats, not a typical move for a freshman legislator.