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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
'The Democracy Series,' Collaborative Book Talk Initiative between CEG, Chicago Center on Democracy, and Seminary Co-op Bookstores, Launches
Dylan Schaffer Appointed Assistant Director of University of Chicago’s Center for Effective Government
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
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.
All These Sons’ Review: A Moving Gun-Violence Doc That Gains Power as It Loses Illusions (featuring Marshall Hatch Jr., AM'17, CLA'20)
Angela R. Rudolph (CLA'18) Welcomes Newest CLA Cohort at Welcome Ceremony
Biden says Americans will feel the pain of high gas prices. Will they be OK paying more to support Ukraine?
Sadia Sindhu Named to Partnership for Public Service's Research Advisory Council Along with Other Leading Experts
In New Empirical Study, Professor William Howell Debunks Filibuster Fallacies
Opinion | Turns out the filibuster is even worse than we thought
As voting rights push fizzles, Biden's failure to unite his own party looms again
What do the data say about honoring precedent in the #SupremeCourt? We dive into it with Lee Epstein on the latest #NotAnotherPoliticsPodcast: https://t.co/iAGvxjUqmx #RoeVWade https://t.co/LQOwqKCjKL
Areas of focus
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.