The Indiana University Public Policy Institute is holding a special symposium and reception to celebrate 25 years of helping decision makers across the state effect change and a better quality of life for Hoosiers.
Since 1992, PPI has served as a non-ideological research organization and neutral voice that helps political and community leaders understand the long-term effects of policy decisions. Providing services to nearly 200 organizations and agencies in government, and the nonprofit and private sectors, PPI and its centers have demonstrated that academic research can significantly improve state and local policy, and become a crucial statewide resource for community service, research, and analysis.
The one-day workshop and celebration will take place in Hine Hall on the IUPUI campus on Nov. 14.
Retired Indiana Chief Justice Randall Shepard (pictured) will be among numerous state and community leaders who will spearhead the day’s festivities. Shepard will kick off the morning with a leadership and engagement conversation with the day’s attendees.