Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences

2024 Sachs awardees

At a reception on April 30, The Sachs Program for Arts Innovation recognized the 21 projects awarded grants for the 2023-24 cycle, totaling $210,000 in support.

Brandon Baker



In the News


Fast Company

Four ways to effectively beat self-limiting beliefs

Katy Milkman of the Wharton School suggests dealing with obstacles by breaking them down and figuring out the solution to each one.

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The Wall Street Journal

Europe sees signs of Russian sabotage but hesitates to blame Kremlin

Benjamin L. Schmitt of the School of Arts & Sciences and the Kleinman Center for Energy Policy at the Weitzman School of Design says that avoiding attributing acts of sabotage to Russia will only degrade deterrence and invite further attacks against critical infrastructure.

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The New York Times

Higher education needs more Socrates and Plato

In an opinion essay, PIK Professor Ezekiel Emanuel and Harun Küçük of the School of Arts & Sciences say that higher education must reassert its classical liberal arts ideals.

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The Hill

Debate commission co-chair blames Dunn, Klain for Biden campaign decision

A 2015 report from the Annenberg Public Policy Center advocated for reforms to the presidential debate process.

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Associated Press

Taking presidential debates out of commission’s hands virtually guarantees fewer viewers

Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center says that, despite worries about how many people will watch the new presidential debates, there’s a lot to like about the proposed ground rules for the event.

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