"Want better, smaller government? Hire another million federal bureaucrats." That's the headline of a recent Washington Post op-ed by the Chair of the Dean's Academic Advisory Council for Fels, and Fels faculty member, Prof. John DiIulio, Jr.

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By Dylan Hewitt '15 

If you think you have to wait to graduate to make a lasting impact, you’re wrong.

That’s exactly what a group of previous Public Policy Challenge participants want the world to know, especially those that are thinking about applying for next year’...

By Callie Woods

Fels is proud to announce that Richard Nathan will be joining Fels as a visiting scholar for the 2014-2015 academic year. His previous positions include director of the...

Recently for KYW News Radio, David Thornburgh discussed how a person's moving habits throughout his or her life may relate to his or her intelligence. Read the transcription of his on-air piece below.

I’ve always been fascinated by the demographics of mobility0. I’m actually thinking...

By Callie Woods

In an article published Wednesday for The National Interest,...

By Callie Woods

Fels is pleased to announce Dr. Jill Goldenziel as our visiting scholar for the 2014-2015 academic school year. Dr. Goldenziel has been a Lecturer on Social Studies and Government at Harvard College, where she...

By Callie Woods (BA '15)

From July 14 to August 9, The Fels Institute of Government, in partnership with Penn Summer, has welcomed exchange students from China through the Jiangsu Education Services for international Exchange, or “JESIE” program, operated out of the Jiangsu...

Leah Binder ('94), President of The Leapfrog Group, was recently named one of  the "Top 25 Women in Healthcare" by Modern Healthcare.

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This week for KYW News Radio, David Thornburgh discusses how clusters of industry in cities relates to their potential for economic growth. Read the whole story and tune in below:

I’m a big fan of Jim Russel, who writes a blog for the California-based...

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