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The Biden School has a number of student groups which offer wonderful opportunities for student networking while participating in meaningful activities. Biden School student groups include the Student Association of Policy and Administration (SAPA) and New Visions for Public Affairs (NVPA).
Biden School students should participate in some, or all, of the student groups in order to get the most out of their time here! For more information, visit SPPA Student Groups.
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Literature reviews are inherent to any form of graduate work, be it coursework or research. Depending on one's level of engagement in previous research experience, literature reviews can be intimidating. The expectation at the graduate level in humanities and social sciences is that students are avid readers, capable of independent thought and well equipped to teach themselves. For more information on conducting a systematic literature review, see this Literature Review Guide - Revised v.2.0.pdf developed by SPPA doctoral student Hira Rashid.
A number of forms, tools and other resources are available to support Bide School students. Please visit the Biden School website to explore these resources.
You can also always stop by 184 Graham Hall or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org you need further assistance!