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Foundation Raising Awareness about International Child Abductions Plans Inaugural Event in Cambridge

International child abductions are often traumatic and legally-complex events. According to the State Department, the nation experienced 702 cases of children removed from the United States and retained in a…

Majority of White House Fellows Class of ’15 Have Kennedy School Connection

The White House Fellowship is among the most prestigious positions of public service in the country. The Fellowship is based on an outstanding record of achievement, leadership potential, and commitment…

College Counselors Make a Difference

College Counselors Make a Difference

HKS Professor Finds Significant Effect on Post-Secondary School Education Joshua Goodman, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, has released a Faculty Working Paper on the impact of college counseling on the…

Headlines from the 2013-2014 School Year

Headlines from the 2013-2014 School Year

By Christina Marin, MPP’14 One of the unique aspects of studying at the Kennedy School is how news events anywhere in the world can have a personal effect on one…

Where do they go? Career Plans of the Class of 2014

Where do they go?  Career Plans of the Class of 2014

With the diverse background and skillsets of public policy and administration students, one of the most exciting moments is seeing where they end up after the Harvard Kennedy School. On…

Two-day IDEASpHERE draws alumni back to campus in support of HKS

Two-day IDEASpHERE draws alumni back to campus in support of HKS

By Simon R. Bone, Editor-in-Chief A few weeks ago, Dean David T. Ellwood and University President Drew G. Faust shared the Forum with two heads of state to launch the…

Professor Burns reflects on major global events in the past year

Professor Burns reflects on major global events in the past year

By Ran Wei, MC-MPA’14 With the academic year coming to an end, the HKS student newspaper, The Citizen, invited Professor Nicholas Burns to offer his thoughts on global affairs. Burns…

Reflections on the school year from Dean David Ellwood

Reflections on the school year from Dean David Ellwood

Taking advantage of a few minutes of downtime between the festivities surrounding IDEASpHERE (May 14-May 16) and Commencement (May 27-May 30), The Citizen asked Dean David Ellwood a few questions…

Students prepare for journey through Asia

Students prepare for journey through Asia

By Karly Schledwitz, graduating MPP student and Asia Leadership Trek participant In a few short days, an eager group of Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) students and new graduates will embark…

Tony Blair tells students it’s important to be more than just smart, and to get some real life experience

Tony Blair tells students it’s important to be more than just smart, and to get some real life experience

By Simon R. Bone, Editor-in-Chief In a five-times oversubscribed event, the Harvard Kennedy School was fortunate enough to host Tony Blair, Ex-Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Middle East…

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