Credit to our writer Emma for this post!
Harris has numerous unique events open to students and we like to share regular updates on these events to let you know some of the opportunities you have at Harris. Former Missouri Governor Bob Holden gave three lectures as the first in a series with the Harris School’s Executive-in-Residence program. Holden focused on the revival of the Midwestern economy in a global age, with an emphasis on collaboration between states in the region. A career politician, Holden spoke on his experience working on various levels of state government, from staffing positions to the governor’s seat, and on how his approach to campaigning won him an election as a Democrat in a Republican district. The Executive-in-Residence program brings government officials and industry leaders to the Center for Municipal Finance, where they will meet with students, policy experts, and give lectures on campus.
Read more about the event here.