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How Should Economics Shape Policy?

October 15, 2019

Chicago Booth and the University of Chicago's Lars Peter Hansen and Kevin M. Murphy discuss the challenges of translating academic research into policy advice
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The Impeachment Process: How It Works

October 01, 2019

SIFK Core Faculty Member William Howell weighs in on President Trump's possible impeachment
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Scientists taught these adorable rats to play hide and seek

September 16, 2019

UChicago neurobiologist Peggy Mason comments on the fun side of science.
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Classic Chicago Magazine discusses SIFK’s upcoming partnership with artist Kevin Pang

August 16, 2019

Walking into the Stevanovich Institute, surely one of the brightest most welcoming buildings on the University of Chicago campus, you are once again aware that learning can be pure joy.

Isaiah Lorado Wilner Awarded 2019 Article Prize from the Forum for the History of the Human Sciences

July 31, 2019

In Wilner’s hands, Franz Boas, a supposed producer of modern anthropology, is transformed into an interlocuter and translator of indigenous peoples‘ knowledge.
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Bad At Sports Episode 692: Audrius Plioplys

July 30, 2019

Chicago-based contemporary artist Audrius Plioplys, practicing neurologist and visual artist for more than 40 years, talks brain, soul, string theory, convergence, and art.
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July 25, 2019

In the nationwide debate over campus free speech, a lot of apparent disagreement derives from failing to separate the objects of study, and the habitat where study takes place.
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Podcast: Dr. Adam Cifu on why we should re-evaluate physician education

July 17, 2019

In "Outspoken Oncology," UChicago Medicine physician and SIFK faculty member Adam Cifu discusses the problem with how we currently educate physicians.
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India air pollution: Will Gujarat’s ‘cap and trade’ programme work?

July 16, 2019

Michael Greenstone hopes that the lessons from this new regulatory approach can be applied to other states in India to increase life expectancy and improve air quality.
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Plioplys art exhibit soars in atrium

July 15, 2019

The Beverly Review's Carol Flynn discusses the work of local artist Audrius Plioplys on display at SIFK.
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July 02, 2019

SIFK Faculty Member and Nobel Laureate Winner Lars Peter Hansen discusses the concept of ambiguity and his most recent research.
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Chaucer’s Traces by Joe Stadolnik

June 27, 2019

SIFK postdoc and medieval English lit scholar Joe Stadolnik gives a skeptical review of Marion Turner's "Chaucer: A European Life."
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Drawn to Comics

May 15, 2019

See what "Medicine on the Midway" has to say about SIFK Faculty member Brian Callender's class "Graphic Medicine"
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From the Vault: Carl Zimmer on Heredity’s Power

May 14, 2019

Listen to 2020 Conference speaker Carl Zimmer discuss heredity's power on the "From the Vault" podcast.
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Recap: An atheist and two believers debate the future of religion

May 10, 2019

If you couldn't make "Religion, Identity, and the Construction of Faith," take a look at UChicago Magazine's recap of our sold out event!