The Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP)’s team members teach and lecture in courses at the School of Social Policy & Practice, Wharton, and the Perelman School of Medicine, among others. We also serve as advisors to a select number of independent study projects throughout the year.
In this class, students will experience hands-on learning about social policy through podcasting. Students will work collaboratively as a newsroom to produce three episodes of the new SP2 podcast, “Just Economics”, with Ioana Marinescu and Kat Rosqueta. The podcast explores what we actually know about how policies and labor markets work, including the science behind job creation and unemployment insurance.
The Center has served as a practicum and independent study site for graduate students and provides research assistantships and workstudy opportunities throughout the school year. We are currently hiring undergraduates and graduate students for summer and fall 2022. Learn more and apply here.
This class is not offered in the 2019-2020 academic year.
Team-taught by members of CHIP’s core team, the course will be co-directed by the CHIP’s founding executive director, Katherina ‘Kat’ Rosqueta, and CHIP’s director for applied research & analysis, Hanh La.
Through hands-on practice, team projects, and highly interactive case-based discussions, students will gain:
This class is designed for a highly multi-disciplinary cohort of students committed to understanding solutions to society’s most pressing issues. It is open to graduate students or advanced undergrads from across the university, by permission of the instructor.