Study Groups

Study groups present a tremendous opportunity for students to learn informally from leading public servants, political practitioners, journalists, academics, and more. Organized as semester-long, not-for-credit weekly seminars, study groups are hosted by the Institute's Fellows and other distinguished group leaders. Study group topics range from local to global issues, and are offered in a variety of formats, including project-based working groups, skill-building workshops, and traditional Q&A-based discussion groups.

Spring 2018 Study Group Schedule

Room Monday
(4:15–5:45 PM)
Tuesday
(4:15–5:45 PM)
Wednesday
(4:15–5:45 PM)
Thursday
(4:15–5:45 PM)
L166

 

Fred Hochberg

 

The Politics of Globalization: How Trade Became a Four-Letter Word

 

Symone Sanders

 

The Art of the Political Revolution: Millennials, Progressives, and the Future of the Democratic Party

 

Scott Jennings

 

Are We Still in This Together? The Rise of Tribalism in American Politics and What it Portends for Our Future

 

Adam Conner

 

Platforms, Networks, and New Power: New Technology's Impact on Politics, Policy, and Elections

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Ed Gillespie

 

Beyond the Campaign Tactics: The Intersection of Politics and Policy

 

 

Betsy Hodges

 

A Mayor for Change: Tackling National Issues at the Local Level

 
Study Groups begin the week of Monday, February 12, 2018 and end the week of April 16, 2018.
  • All study groups are off-the-record and not for media coverage

An archive of past study group outlines is available here