CEG and WBEZ Chicago's Daily Talk Show 'Reset' Launch Collaborative Series 'Re-Imagine Chicago'
CEG Announces Inaugural Cohort of Senior Practitioner Fellows
The University of Chicago Center for Effective Government and Harris Public Policy Announce 2021 Class of Civic Leadership Academy
Faith Powell Appointed Assistant Director of University of Chicago’s Center for Effective Government
ADL and the Aspen Institute Announce CEG Executive Director Sadia Sindhu Among New Class of Civil Society Fellowship
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.
CEG Director William Howell Joins 350 Scholars in Open Letter on the History, Impact, and Future of the Filibuster
CEG Director William Howell in ‘If you can keep it’: Where next for a strained democracy
CEG Faculty Affiliate Christopher Berry Featured in "Homes in poor neighborhoods are taxed at roughly twice the rate of those in rich areas, study shows"
CEG Director William Howell Discusses Former President Trump's Acquittal on WGN's "Legal Face-Off"
CEG Director William Howell Discusses the Implications of Impeachment, Insurrection on WBUR's "Here & Now"
CEG and Harris Faculty Offer Advice to President Biden
CEG Director William Howell Discusses Trump's Legacy in Bloomberg QuickTake
Thank you to @UChicago @HarrisPolicy CEG Senior Practitioner Fellow @natalieymoore for leading our first seminar, 'A Journalist's Approach to Racial Reckoning & COVID Crises.'
We explored the intersection of race & public health in Chicago through the eyes of a journalist. https://t.co/NfQi5eyeHk
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Solving the problems of government ineffectiveness is hard work, and requires a multi-faceted theory of action. The Center for Effective Government organizes its work and activities, and builds bridges between its stakeholders—scholars, students, practitioners, leaders, journalists, and advocates—around three key areas: ideas, education, and engagement.