Thanks for following the important work of Kennedy School scholars over the past year. Revisit 2021’s 10 most viewed stories chronicling HKS research, insights, and achievements.
In the latest Institute of Politics survey, young Americans share concerns about democracy, the Biden administration, the repercussions of the pandemic, and climate change.
Researchers from Harvard, Stanford, and other universities find that “reappraisal” strategies can make people across the globe more resilient.
President Biden tapped Wendy Sherman for deputy secretary of state and Samantha Power to lead USAID, signaling a commitment to restoring pro-alliance, human rights-based diplomacy.
Kennedy School experts in public finance and economic policy weigh in on the causes and responses to the highest American consumer price jump in three decades.
Professor Alsan, the first serving professor at Harvard Kennedy School to win the MacArthur “genius grant,” is honored for her work on health inequities.
Researchers from Harvard and other universities are comparing what went right and what failed in 18 countries’ handling of the pandemic.
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