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SUMMER

The Multidisciplinary Program in Inequality & Social Policy hosted two summer programs from 1998-2008: The Inequality Summer Institute for senior scholars and the Galbraith Scholars program for undergraduates.

Although these programs are no longer held, we have elected to keep these materials online as a record of a this fruitful decade of collaboration and discussion.

The Galbraith Scholars, a group totaling some 140 undergraduates, have gone on to extraordinary achievements in the time since.

 

Inequality Summer Institute

Note: Not currently offered. Last held in 2006.

Peter Gottschalk and Sheldon Danziger at the Summer Institute 2004

The Inequality Summer Institute, generally held biennially in June, was a 2-3 day research workshop at Harvard University for program faculty, doctoral fellows, National Fellows, and other senior scholars to explore emerging research on issues of inequality and social policy. Although the Summer Institute was last offered in 2006, materials from past programs remain available on-line.
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Galbraith Scholars program (undergraduate)

Note: Not currently offered. Last held in 2008.

Professor John Kenneth Galbraith and the 2004 Galbraith Scholars

The Galbraith Scholars program was a unique summer opportunity designed to cultivate a diverse new generation of scholars and leaders who aspire to apply themselves to some of our nation's most pressing social problems. Those selected for the program receive full fellowships to attend a special five-day session of seminars and workshops at Harvard University.
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Note: Although the Galbraith Scholars program ended in 2008 and is no longer being offered, interested students may wish to keep in mind other programs offered elsewhere that are similarly designed for undergraduates with interests in public policy and the social sciences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
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