Our signature program is the Open Classroom Series. Each semester we develop one graduate-level policy seminar and open it up to the public to participate. While the enrolled graduate students pay tuition, the public can come participate in a non-credit fashion free-of-charge. Within the theme for the semester, each week focuses on a particular topic addressed by one or two guest speakers — experts on the topic. The program goes from 6:00 to 8:00pm with the first hour devoted to the lectures and the second hour for questions and discussion.
For the Fall Semester 2013, the Open Classroom will focus on “Policy for a Healthy America.”
The host faculty members will be:
- Tim Hoff, D’Amore-McKim School of Business and School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs
- John Auerbach, Bouve College of Health Sciences
- Wendy Parmet, School of Law