SPRING 2019 LECTURES: GOVERNMENT DECISION MAKING, THE WAR ON TERRORISM AFTER 18 YEARS, AND THE FUTURE OF OBAMACARE
Professor Craig Garthwaite, Director of the Program on Healthcare Studies, at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, will discuss the impacts and future of Obamacare at a public symposium hosted by the Gies College of Business at UIUC. And Professor Anne Bradley, academic director at The Fund for American Studies and former terrorism finance analyst for the Central Intelligence Agency, will be offering her fascinating insights on government decision making and the war on terrorism 18 years after 9/11. Both events will be recorded and available via the Academy’s website.
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