Zinner Forum is the central hub of student, staff and faculty life at Heller. The atrium is where we gather for community meetings, guest lectures, social events, study groups or one-on-one conversations over coffee. We believe that a supportive community both strengthens our professional networks and creates a better learning environment. Visit us to experience the Heller community firsthand.
Researchers Rachel Sayko Adams and Mary Jo Larson reveal findings on the largest representative survey of deployed U.S. Army women ever studied.
Researchers reveal findings on post-deployment U.S. Army women.
The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy will be home to Parents Empowering Parents, a national center that will support parents with disabilities through research, training, tools and bilingual web resources.
The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy will be home to Parents Empowering Parents.
At Heller, you’ll learn to navigate the full circle of policy creation and implementation. You’ll understand the root causes of today’s most pressing social issues, develop the management skills to design effective solutions and build the capacity to put your ideas into practice.
With more than $18 million in grant-funded projects annually, our 10 research centers and institutes generate knowledge that informs policymakers and supports practitioners. Research faculty are a key part of a Heller education—they teach courses, employ students as research assistants and provide mentoring.