Drew Altman, PhD ’83:
On Course XVII, and advancing health policy at a national level
A scholar heeds the call of family history.
Collaborating with technologists is a very effective way to inform good policy on the issues he cares about most.
PhD Candidate Justin de Benedict-Kessner discusses his research on the MBTA and local politics, and how coaching has helped him become a better teacher in the classroom.
As political scandal swirls, are there still signs of progress?
Putting Lessons from Cognitive Science to Work in Political Science, Marika Landau-Wells is using psychology and neuroscience to better understand political behavior.