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Public Administration Fellows are undergraduate and graduate students who work in the
Institute for Public Administration (IPA) as researchers during the academic year.
Whether studying best practices for green-building policies, providing research and assistance on education equity issues, or
researching community-based strategies that towns and cities may employ
to give residents convenient, safe, everyday opportunities for
physical activity, IPA's 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.
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This summer program is open to undergraduate students as an opportunity to work in one of Biden School's research and public service centers on
public policy issues
such as aging, community revitalization, economic development, education, the environment, health, healthy communities, housing and homelessness, land-use planning, poverty, transportation, and water management. 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.
Undergraduate legislative researchers works closely with the Government Relations Office’s director and staff to provide direct, nonpartisan legislative monitoring, conducts research and analysis, helps to maintain the communications contacts, and assists in the coordination of strategic interactions with state government officials and key business and community leaders. Learn more about the Legislative Researchers Program.