The newly opened Max Bell School of Public Policy was featured in La Presse.
« Le programme expliquera pourquoi c’est si complexe d’élaborer des politiques publiques en se penchant notamment sur les questions de budget, de communication et d’interaction avec la politique partisane en vue de former les futurs leaders en matière de politiques publiques », explique Chris Ragan, directeur de l’École de politiques publiques Max Bell à l’Université McGill."
The Max Bell School of Public Policy at McGill University is excited to announce that leading scholar of media, technology and public policy, Taylor Owen, will be joining the Max Bell School in January 2019 as an Associate Professor and the holder of the Beaverbrook Chair in Media, Ethics and Communications. Taylor Owen’s research focuses on the policy and governance challenges created by the rapid changes to the digital media and technology environment.
The Max Bell School of Public Policy's study about news consumption habits, political preferences and trust in news organizations was featured in Policy Options magazine.
The Max Bell School of Public Policy commissioned a study examining whether or not there are significant differences in what facts Canadians believe, what media types they consume, and how much Canadians trust traditional media sources, compared to new ones.
Training a new generation of data-driven policy analysts to tackle Canada’s policy problems such as the cannabis black market, cyber-privacy, and long-term care policies.
MONTREAL - Earlier this summer, seven McGill Arts students – with little to no knowledge of programming, data science, or data analysis – were selected from a pool of 250 applicants for the Policy & Data Science (PODS) Summer Program running from June to August.