Social Science and Public Policy

Richard Freeman

Teaching Award nomination

“This is the first time that a course gave me the feeling of learning together with my class, as opposed to simply being provided with knowledge as an individual. It did what a course should do: provided the space for us students to throw around ideas and develop them collectively with minimal sense of judgement. The course, including the assessment, pushed the boundaries of my comfort zone in a productive way and, by enabling me to explore new ways of looking at political processes, made me a more critical and creative thinker.”


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