IOP Now Archive

  1. Fellows Spotlight: Michael Zeldin

    March 14, 2019

    A Q&A with IOP Resident Fellow Michael Zeldin 

  2. A Non-Econ Concentrator’s Guide to Understanding Economic Opportunity in America Today

    March 13, 2019

    Four takeaways from Harvard Professor of Public Economics Dr. Raj Chetty’s Big Data insights by Brinkley Brown.

  3. 3 Tips for Exploring a Career in Politics

    March 4, 2019

    With the 2018 elections behind us, and  another presidential election cycle right around the corner, it’s an exciting time for those interested in politics.

    By Jonathan Yuan, MPP, IOP Mentor

  4. Fellows Spotlight: Rep. Carlos Curbelo

    March 4, 2019

    Each week, we plan to spotlight one of our Spring 2019 Resident or Visiting Fellows. This week, we are excited for you to meet - or get to know better - Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL).

  5. From The Desk of Mark Gearan, IOP Director

    January 17, 2019

    Read a note from Mark about our Spring 2019 Fellows.

  6. With Midterms Over, IOP Looks Ahead to 2020

    November 26, 2018

    A recent IOP panel in the JFK Jr. Forum broke down the political landscape and highlighted some challenges and opportunities for both parties after the midterm elections -- including the implications for 2020.

  7. Harvard Crimson: Activists Talk Youth Voter Engagement at Harvard IOP

    September 25, 2018

    Youth activists from across the country — including David Hogg, co-founder of March for Our Lives, and Jessica Browning, College Republican National Committee national co-chair  — gathered at the John F. Kennedy Jr. Forum Monday evening to discuss youth voter engagement.

  8. Can We Get Everyone to Vote? What Would Happen If We Did?

    September 19, 2018

    Can We Get Everyone to Vote? What Would Happen If We Did?

  9. IOP and Kennedy School Ramp Up Voter Registration

    September 19, 2018

    The Harvard Votes Challenge, centered at the Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation and the Institute of Politics, currently has leaders assigned to nine of Harvard’s schools to help students register to vote and to host several “Harvard Votes Action Days” to actively get out the vote.