CEG, Crain's Chicago Business to Launch Series on Municipal Governance
CEG Debuts Civic Leadership Academy’s 2023 Cohort
Civic Leadership Academy Wins Top Prize in Voinovich Public Innovation Challenge at NASPAA 2022
CEG Releases 2021-22 Annual Report
Deion Lemelle Joins Center for Effective Government Leadership as Assistant Director
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CEG’s American Politics Conference Brings New Political Science Research from Emerging Scholars to UChicago
New Data & Democracy Research Initiative Launched at University of Chicago
CEG Welcomes 2022 Cohort of Senior Practitioner Fellows
CEG Announces 2022 Class of Civic Leadership Academy
Our work is underway, bringing key players together and moving the needle to make our government better. Read the latest from the Center for Effective Government and our affiliates and partners, and catch up on the most recent news on government effectiveness and its impact on the issues we face every day.
Q&A: Professor William Howell Discusses President Biden's Performance Ahead of Halfway Point in Term
Moderates, Midterms, and MAGA: Anthony Fowler and Harris Panel Examines the Results of the 2022 Elections
Professor Anthony Fowler Discusses the Pros and Cons of Mobile Voting
Professor Will Howell offers perspective on former Presidents Trump and Obama on the campaign trail
Professor Anthony Fowler Speaks to Canadian Mobile Voting and Voter Turnout
Daniel Moskowitz discusses how ticket-splitting could be making a comeback. Democrats should hope so.
Anthony Fowler: America's Silent Majority Is Alive and Well—and More Moderate Than Either Party
CEG and @CrainsChicago are joining forces on a multi-part, in-depth series—"One City, 50 Wards"—that examines Chicago's system of governance and asks fundamental questions about City Hall's structure & efficacy. Series begins Feb. 6.
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