• Who can I contact with additional questions?

    Christine Hurley, Director of Production & Special Events at the IOP, [email protected] or (773) 834-3481.

  • What are the current COVID mitigation policies?

    We are staying in accordance with the latest guidance provided by The University of Chicago. The health and safety of our attendees and participants is of our utmost concern and we will be sure to make modifications to our program as needed.

  • Who can attend?

    Everyone is welcome to register. However, the content will be especially beneficial for those currently working in the tech industry, government, or at non-profits. Registration is required. Please allow a week to receive confirmation that your registration has been approved.

  • When will the agenda be released?

    We will release the agenda March 29.

  • Where will the conference take place?

    The University of Chicago’s Hyde Park campus at the Rubenstein Forum.

  • How much will it cost to attend?

    The conference is free to attend and most meals will be provided. Attendees are required to cover the cost of getting to Chicago and lodging.

  • Is there a room block?

    Yes, we are recommending all attendees stay at The Study - which is next to the Rubenstein Forum.

  • Who is hosting this conference?

    The nonpartisan Institute of Politics at The University of Chicago and The Atlantic. Learn more about us.

  • Press Inquiries.

    Contact Koran Addo, Director of Communications at the IOP, [email protected] or (773) 797-7372.