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M-RCBG offers students a wide variety of ways to engage at the intersection of business and government. Courses taught by center-affiliated faculty provide students with critical concepts and skills. The center supports the student-run Business & Government Professional Interest Council (B&G PIC), helping members bring leaders from business and government to the school for seminars and small group meetings. It provides financial support for student scholarships, internships, special projects, conferences, and journals. The center offers weekly lunch seminars for students and others that showcase research in regulation, energy and electricity policy, and corporate governance and social responsibility by the world’s leading scholars and practitioners. It offers "speed networking" sessions where the center's senior fellows provide students with career advice, and it supports senior fellow study groups for students. While most support goes to students enrolled in HKS, the center offers the John Dunlop prize to the undergraduate student who writes the best thesis about an issue at the business-government interface.
Funding and Prizes
Learn how to apply for individual grants and research assistantships, the process for funding your event or publication, and prizes.
Find out how to get involved in the Business & Government PIC and how to tap into the knowledge of the Center's senior fellows. Check back soon to learn about openings to be a research assistant at M-RCBG.
Students discuss an assessment of the Hubway Bike Share Program that they conducted this past spring for the City of Boston.
Prof. Linda Bilmes' students discuss strategies for employing returning veterans with Newton Mayor Setti Warren.