The Kreisman Initiative for Housing Law and Policy is dedicated to housing scholarship and practice, with the mission of bringing Chicago ideas to bear on housing policy debates, policy making, and legal and business decision making through scholarly research, external engagement, and educational programming.
The Kreisman Graduate Fellows Program creates a cohort of University of Chicago graduate students from across fields of study who are committed to pursuing careers in housing research or practice. The program runs for one academic year and is open to all Masters and PhD students at the University of Chicago, such as those studying law, policy, social services, social sciences, data science, and business.
During the academic year, Kreisman Fellows take part in a range of professional development activities, including intimate lunch-and-learn meetings with housing experts and skill-building sessions facilitated by UChicago GRAD. Fellows also receive a stipend ($4000) to support their professional development in the form of an internship or research project of their own design in the Spring or Summer quarters.
Friday, September 29 at 5:00 pm CT