Past Events


The Evolution of Pandemics

6:30–7:30 pm
Zoom Webinar

Aug.
12

The webinar will focus on Professor Anup Malani's pertinent research during the Pandemic, his understanding of how the response to the pandemic has evolved, and how societies are responding to it, both in terms of public health and the overall economy.


As we head into the 2020 election, John Mark Hansen looks back to understand the election that gave us the Trump presidency and looks ahead to the elections that will determine its legacy. He will offer—and defend—several claims. First, the most surprising thing about the 2016 election was how utterly normal it was. Second, the 2016 election and the Trump presidency have accelerated rather than reversed existing trends in the American electorate. Finally, the trends in the electorate point to a future that is challenging for the Democrats—but trouble for the Republicans.


The webinar will have experts from the U.S., India, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan to discuss a Roadmap towards Cleaner Air in South Asia


COVID-19 has brought many consequences for young and old within their communities. The 100YLA series will discuss 100 year lives in the context of a world facing a COVID-19 future.


The UChicago Office of College Admissions offers virtual information sessions for students and families
 


Flourishing Under Fire

5:00–6:00 pm
Zoom Webinar

Jul.
28

Live webinar on "Flourishing Under Fire"


College Admission: Virtual Information Session July 21
 


COVID-19 has brought many consequences for young and old within their communities. The 100YLA series will discuss 100 year lives in the context of a world facing a COVID-19 future.


The UChicago Office of College Admissions offers virtual information sessions for students and families.
 


Webinar on Data Science and Covid-19

6:30–7:30 pm
Online Zoom webinar

Jul.
8

Webinarexploring the challenges and opportunities presented by the use of data science in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic.


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