On July 7, Senator Enzi and Senator Sanders convened a roundtable discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing small businesses and their efforts to offer affordable, high quality health care for their employees. The Senators are chairman and ranking member, respectively, of the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee Subcommittee on Primary Health and Retirement Security.
The index measures how often a member of Congress introduces bills that succeed in attracting co-sponsors from members of the other party, and how often they co-sponsor a bill introduced from across the aisle.
Rep. John Lewis (D-Georgia) received an honorary degree from Georgetown and served as the keynote speaker at the McCourt School’s 2015 commencement ceremony on May 14.
Lewis, who 50 years ago led 600 civil rights protestors across the Edmund Pettus Bridge during the historic “Bloody Sunday” march in Selma, Alabama, used his commencement address to encourage McCourt graduates to “use our resources to help out those who have been left behind.”
The McCourt School of Public Policy, the Latin American Policy Association, and the Georgetown University Center for Latin American Studies were proud to host La Fundación Red de Acción Política (RAP) for their 2015 symposium “International Introduction of Argentina: Challenges and Opportunities.” The delegation featured a group of 30 politicians and 20 senior business leaders from Argentina.
Edunomics Lab, the McCourt School’s Seattle-based research center devoted to exploring and modeling complex education finance decisions, recently released a series of research papers and briefs on cost structures of human capital systems in education.