Professor of Public Policy Todd Rogers’s current focus on effective communication is the third wave of research in an already prolific career. For two decades, he has been on the leading edge of behavioral science, using scientific tools and experiments to analyze what often seems irrational—human behavior—and to help people make better choices.

The heart of the School’s work in diplomacy is found in the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs. There, the Future of Diplomacy Project focuses on the study and research of diplomacy, negotiation, and statecraft, and is supplemented by teaching, programming, and an active community of fellows.

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In this most difficult time, more than five decades of Harvard Kennedy School alumni come together to share their stories and achievements. Stay in touch by reading their classnotes. And don't forget to submit your own.

With more than two thirds of all people expected to live in cities in the coming decades, addressing urban issues will be more important than ever. Harvard Kennedy School has long supported innovative and effective city governance. With the creation the Bloomberg Center for Cities at Harvard University—a University-wide hub located at HKS—it will continue to do so.

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