Public Administration Fellows
Public Administration Fellows are undergraduate or graduate students who work in the
Institute for Public Administration (IPA) as research assistants during the academic year.
Whether studying best practices for green-building policies or
researching community-based strategies that towns and cities may employ
to give residents convenient, safe, everyday opportunities for
physical activity, IPA’s undergraduate Public Administration Fellows
are helping to build knowledge and educate others on critical issues
that will make a difference in the lives of citizens in Delaware and
across the globe.
Public Policy Fellows
This summer program is open to undergraduate students as an opportunity to work in one of SPPA's research and public service centers on
public policy issues
such as aging, civic engagement, disaster preparedness and response, education,
the environment, healthcare, healthy communities, homelessness, housing
discrimination, land-use planning, poverty, preservation planning, transportation,
welfare, and water resources planning.
Summer fellows learn about policy issues from leaders in the field and witness classroom concepts come to life through applied research and public service. Learn more about the Public Policy Fellows program.
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