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While circumstances in the world are currently very challenging, we are in a period of exciting growth and change in the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration. As of July 1, the school is an independent academic unit within the University of Delaware–separate from any existing college. Since we function on an increasingly University-wide scale, this change will foster the continued growth of cross-disciplinary, collaborative programs and the development interdisciplinary partnerships and opportunities for our faculty and students.
Now that the school is independent, I am also pleased to announce an evolution in our leadership. I am thrilled to share that I have been named the first dean of the Biden School.
As I start in my new role, I recognize that we are living in a critical moment in modern history. The challenges of the dual pandemics—COVID-19 and racial inequities—serve to highlight the need to work to improve the quality of life in communities in the region, the country, and the world.
I am grateful for the privilege of leading the Biden School as we continue to develop and apply interdisciplinary, nonpartisan research and empirically-based analysis to inform effective decision-making and policy and improve leadership and administration. The newly-independent Biden School will continue to educate effective, socially-conscious scholars and leaders who are equipped to ethically address the most challenging problems facing society.
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