The latest HKS Magazine

The latest HKS Magazine

The Admissions and Financial Aid committees at Harvard

Kennedy School are in the final stretch of reviewing applications. We expect to

release decisions in late March, now just a few short weeks away.

If you are seeking ways to stay informed about the meaningful work of HKS faculty, students, and alumni, check out the Winter 2022

issue of Harvard Kennedy School Magazine. 

This issue spotlights HKS’s

engagement with some of the world’s biggest challenges—from how local

governments can improve people’s lives to what we can learn from the

pandemic. Read the digital issue of Harvard

Kennedy School Magazine to learn more about how the HKS community is addressing

significant issues around the globe. 

Here are a few highlights:

Smarter cities

Whether by working with mayors, training new leaders, or leading cutting-edge

research, Harvard Kennedy School is helping cities improve people’s daily

lives. Read

more >>

Ongoing lessons from a long pandemic

What COVID-19 has taught—and continues to teach—us two years

in. Read

more >>

A greener, brighter future

Juan Pablo Caicedo MPA/MUP 2019 is helping to transform a

historic thoroughfare in Bogotá, the Colombian capital, into a “green

corridor” that incorporates clean public transit and usable green space. Read

more >>

Working toward a transportation transformation

For Polly Trottenberg MPP 1992, deputy secretary at the U.S.

Department of Transportation, the passage of the $1 trillion federal

infrastructure bill in November was an extraordinary and hard-fought victory. Read

more >>

Research footprint: Spotlight on international development

Center for International Development (CID) faculty members

and fellows are conducting research projects in 116 countries. Read

about some ongoing initiatives >>