Past Events


Join us for Session 4 of Webinar Series in Head & Neck Oncosurgery.


Tenth Anniversary of the UChicago Center in Beijing

Through January 27, 2021
Virtual Events

Begins
Jan. 6

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of its inception, the University of Chicago Center in Beijing will host a series of virtual events featuring UChicago faculty and leading Chinese scholars discussing pivotal research in science, humanities, social sciences and more.


Politics and Passions

9:00–10:00 pm
Live on Facebook and Youtube

Dec.
19

This episode explores what it means to think about passions, affect, and atmospheric solidarities in politics.


Join UChicago Faculty Matthias Staisch and program alums for a talk on collaborative production of cutting-edge analytical work and how to navigate the admissions process. 
 


The University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy in collaboration with the Indian School of Public Policy is excited to announce that the fifth batch of the Anubhav Lecture Series is now accepting applications.
 


Join us for Session 3 of Webinar Series in Head & Neck Oncosurgery. 


Shadows and Ephemera in Physics

8:00–9:00 pm
Live on Facebook and YouTube

Nov.
21

In today's context, is Physics still about the study of fundamental properties of nature? Or has some of the focus shifted to the study of emergences? If such questions intrigue you, join us for a high-octane discussion at the Chicago Dialogues, Episode 3, featuring Sidney Nagel and Sabyasachi Bhattacharya. 


Join UChicago Faculty Matthias Staisch and program alums for a talk on collaborative production of cutting-edge analytical work and how to navigate the admissions process. 
 


The Color of Words: Shades of Black

7:30 am
Livestream via Zoom

Nov.
18

Join us for a live webinar with Kara Keeling and Nathalie Etoke in conversation with Chika Unigwe.  


Nov.
12

The Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago is organising a webinar titled, 'The US Presidential Elections, 2020- What Next?'.  The webinar aims to present an objective perspective on the policy implications of the election results, and will try to understand the effects of the election results in the arena of global politics.


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