Alex Greer
M.S. '12 and Ph.D. '15 - Experience in quick response fieldwork, teaching emergency management.
 
 
Chunjing Liu
M.S. '14 – On the front lines of marine disaster mitigation through effective policy planning in China.
 
 
Hira Rashid
M.A. '15 – Fulbright scholar now in the Ph.D. program studying global health economics and urbanization.
 
 
Matthew Garlipp
B.A. '13 - Enabling organizational accountability via performance metrics, evaluation, and strategic planning
 
 
Allison Becker
B.A. '13 and M.A. '15 - Experienced and published media policy researcher.
 
 
Andrew Haines
MPA '03 – An accomplished local government leader and appointed official.
 
 
Angela Gladwell
M.A. ’98 – Instrumental in environmental planning and federal emergency management decision making.
 
 
Elizabeth Burland
M.A. '15 - Studying for a doctoral degree in Sociology and Public Policy at the University of Michigan.
 
 
Cimone Philpotts
MPA '13 - Assistantship and Legislative Fellows experiences enrich doctoral student's blossoming career
 
 
Savannah Edwards
MPA '17 - Planning for sustainable and complete communities in Delaware and Maryland.
 
 
Scott Murphy Eisenhart
MPA '17 - Legislative aide credits SPPA experience for helping him excel in the world of politics and policy.
 
 
Taylor Hawk
MPA '17 - Graduate's policy analysis and research aims to improve education funding.
 
 
Gwen Angalet
Ph.D. '00 - Ensuring programmatic and research opportunities for the promotion of children's health.
 
 
Katelyn Andrews (Hosey)
MPA '16 - Research assistant and Legislative Fellow experience help inform grad's career trajectory.
 
 
Hsien-Ho (Ray) Chang
Ph.D. '15 - Utilizing his knowledge of disaster science to educate students on fire and emergency management.
 
 
James B. Goetschius
Ph.D. '14 - Serves in the U.S. Army improving health care facilities in the eastern United States.
 
 
Jenna Ahner
B.A. and MPA '14 - Provides support for legislative and external affairs.
 
 
Jissell Martinez
MPA '10 - Manages fiscal affairs and serves as a liaison for the Dept of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
 
 
John Carney
MPA '86 – Governor of the State of Delaware
 
 
Kelsey Edmond
M.S. '14 - OCL program prepared her for success in the MPA program in pursuit of an interdisciplinary career.
 
 
Kirsten Jones
M.A. '16 - Contributing to policies that strengthen transportation and trade in New York and New Jersey.
 
 
Laura Keeley
Laura Keeley found success working as an Architectural Historian after graduating from the Public Planning and
 
 
Lindsey Interlante
MPA '07 - Advocates for enriched, hands-on learning experiences at higher education institutions.
 
 
Mark D Stevens
MPA '09 – Integral in the leadership and financial management of federal agencies.
 
 
Megan Wakelee
B.S. '11 - Executing leadership in a corporate setting.
 
 
Meredith Rubin
B.A. '11 - Practicing leadership and collaboration in the financial services sector.
 
 
Merritt Burke IV
MPA '98 - Various experiences in town management and community involvement.
 
 
Evan Miller
MPA '17 - Local Government Management Fellowship kickstarts graduate's professional career.
 
 
Natasha R. Nau
MPA '12 - Advocating for efficient resource allocation and streamlined service delivery in local government.
 
 
Emma Odren
MPA '18 - From IPA fellow to research analyst, grad attributes workplace success to grad school experience.
 
 
Paige Gugerty
B.A. '15 - Coordinating electronic connections bewteen healthcare providers and resources.
 
 
Paul Ruiz
B.A. and M.A. '13 - Advocating for alternative fuels and reducing America's dependence on oil.
 
 
Ryan Burke
Ph.D. '15 - Vast experience with military strategy and conducting military research.
 
 
Scott Beale
MPA '07 - Successful nonprofit entrepreneur with experience in diplomacy and national politics.
 
 
Serita Porter
M.A. '15 - Continuing her behavioral health education at the University of Delaware.
 
 
Stephanie Ottino
B.S. '11 - Executing leadership skills in higher education.
 
 
Fratern Masika Tarimo
MPA '09 - Supports nonprofit efforts to help communities in many African countries.
 
 
Thomas Martin
Ph.D. '14 - Directing the M.S. in Health Informatics program in the College of Public Health at Temple Univ.
 
 
Elizabeth Lockman
M.A. '15 - Delaware state senator with roots in advocacy.
 
 
Tom DeWire
MPA '04 - Developing strategies for education systems to improve student achievement.
 
 
Vitaly Lee
MPA '97 - energy industry project development, regulatory and asset management
 
 
Yuliya Brel
M.A. '15 - Continuing her public policy education and assisting with research at the University of Delaware.
 
 
Zack Adinoff
M.S. '13 - Experience in coordinating public safety, logistics, planning, and general disaster continuity.
 
 
Alexandra Tarantino
Alexandra Tarantino is a University of Delaware Alumni who graduated from the Historic Preservation Master's p
 
 
Jeremy Rothwell
M.A. '14, HP Cert '15 - Technical review of all city site-plans, subdivision and building permit applications.
 
 
Courtney Mogavero
B.S. '12 – Translating leadership education into a successful early career path in major tech corporations.
 
 
Janet Sheridan
M.A. '07 - Providing heritage preservation services, and cultural landscape research in southern New Jersey.
 
 
Melanie Ross Levin
B.A. and MPA '05 – Developing education and advocacy campaigns on public policy relating to women's issues.
 
 
Dená Brummer
MPA '05 – Successful private sector business partner drawing upon public sector experiences.
 
 
Eric Anthony Johnson
Ph.D. '03 – Revitalizing a community through the application of theory and practical experience.
 
 
David Rudder
Ph.D. '03 – Practicing effective leadership to academic programs that promote service to the community.
 
 
Erin Kennedy
MPA '06 – Drives health care organizations towards improving quality of patient care and clinical outcomes.
 
 
Tom Friedman
MPA '07 – Manages government relations, strategic & financial plan, and policy analysis for State Health Plan.
 
 
Mike Morton
MPA '86 – Oversees budgetary analysis and legislative information systems for the Delaware General Assembly.
 
 
Jonathan Kirch
MPA '07 – Advocating for public policy that promotes better health for all Americans.
 
 
Albert Shields
MPA '07 – Developing strategies to best communicate Governor Carney's positions on diverse policy issues.
 
 
Kim Gomes
MPA '04 – Strategically lobbying for client interests on a number of policy issues.
 
 
Erika Farris
M.A. '09 – Developing policies to better manage water drainage and promote environmental sustainability.
 
 
Mike Fortner
MPA '02 – Overseeing city planning for housing, land use, economic development, and transportation.
 
 
Emily Gonce
MPA '02 – Leading lobbying efforts to show members of Congress the value of life insurance to constituents.
 
 
Bill Clark
MPA '03 – Supervising a team of consultants to support projects for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
 
 
Barrett Edwards
MPA '06 – Assisting municipalities with legal issues including planning, human resources, and finance.
 
 
Benjamin Attia
MEEP'16 - Research and consulting on market trends in solar photvoltaics markets in Africa and the Middle East
 
 
Anastasia Kuzmina
MPA '02 – Supporting two general managers with product and employee management in 14 countries.
 
 
Wei-Ming Chen
Conducting renewable energy and electricity market researches
 
 
Michelle Kung
PHDUAPP'14 - Promoting innovation and technology through mentoring and investing technology startups
 
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What is a research assistantship/position?<div class="ExternalClass5CD8F91132D047329F94B4F739DDFEAA"><p>Research assistantships or research positions offer graduate students the chance to connect academic theory and coursework with first-hand work experience during the academic year. Research assistantships to work on sponsored research projects are awarded to students through a competitive-selection process. Students awarded research assistantships are expected to work 20 hours a week from September 1 to May 31 in one of the School’s affiliated applied research and public service centers. True to “The Delaware Model” in which students gain real-world professional experience while they earn their degree, research assistants work in tandem with faculty and staff on applied research and public service projects. As often as possible, students’ interests are taken into account when assigning students to research centers.</p><div style="text-align:left;"></div><p><strong>Resources:</strong></p><p><a target="_blank" href="/ipa/student-opportunities/research"><strong>Research Assistantships/Positions<br></strong></a></p><p><a target="_blank" href="/ipa/student-opportunities/research-assistantships"><strong></strong></a><br></p></div>
How does a research assistantship/position differ from an internship?<div class="ExternalClass69076952377944CF8B72B758A9450168"><p>An internship is a paid work experience <strong>during the summer</strong> that provides graduate students with a supervised practical experience in their professional field. Internships are required in the MPA program. Interns typically work full time for approximately three months during June, July, and August. The host organizations with which they work benefit from the intern’s energy, enthusiasm, and strong academic preparation. The interns develop professional skills and practical knowledge from their experience and contact with the agency supervisor and mentor.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Resources:</strong></p><p><strong></strong><a href="/ipa/student-opportunities/research" target="_blank"><strong>Research Assistantships/Positions</strong></a></p><p><a href="/ipa/Lists/FAQGuide%20for%20Prospective%20Students/ipa/student-opportunities/engagement/internships" target="_blank"><strong>Internships</strong></a><br></p><a href="http://www.ipa.udel.edu/education/internships/"><strong></strong></a></div>
What is the relationship between IPA and the School of Public Policy & Administration?<div class="ExternalClassE38907718F90489EB0B4293D1B597BC2"><p> IPA is a public service center of the<strong> <a href="https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/" target="_blank">Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy & Administration</a><span id="ms-rterangecursor-start"></span><span id="ms-rterangecursor-end"></span></strong>. IPA played a major role in the development of the Master of Public Administration MPA Program in 1976 and since then has given its primary support to this program. Many IPA staff members hold faculty appointments and teach regularly in the MPA and Ph.D. programs of the <strong>Biden</strong> <strong><strong>School of Public Policy & Administration</strong></strong>, and a number of tenure-track faculty members hold productive staff appointments in IPA. IPA manages the School’s <strong><a href="/ipa/student-opportunities/engagement/internships" target="_blank">Internship Program</a></strong>.<br></p></div>
What is the mission of IPA?<div class="ExternalClass18182119ED8F46A89883AF13BBCE7808"><p>IPA is a public service, <strong>education</strong>, and research center that links the resource capacities of the University of Delaware with the complex public policy and management needs of governments and related nonprofit and private organizations. IPA provides direct staff assistance, research, policy analysis, training, and forums while contributing to the scholarly body of knowledge.</p><p><strong>IPA addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development, and the education of tomorrow’s leaders.</strong></p><p><strong>Resources:</strong></p></div><div class="ExternalClass18182119ED8F46A89883AF13BBCE7808"><a href="/ipa/about/" target="_blank"><strong>About IPA</strong></a><br></div>
How many research assistants are placed in IPA? What do they do?<div class="ExternalClassE86D8961097246DB958F1C1C034534F2"><p>IPA supports more than 20<strong> </strong><strong>graduate research assistants</strong><a href="http://www.ipa.udel.edu/directory/students.html"><strong></strong></a> who receive competitive stipends for their work on a wide range of research and public service projects. Public Administration Fellows participate in healthcare policy analysis, technical support and assistance to municipalities, education policy research, conflict resolution programs, water resources policy, and professional development and leadership trainings. </p><p>They also conduct research for public policy forums relating to infrastructure and transportation planning, technology, education reform, and economic development.</p><p> </p><p> Others, usually second-year students, are assigned to off-campus placements within state and local government agencies and organizations. These organizations specialize in a broad array of public policy areas including land-use planning, education, health care, city and county management, and transportation.</p></div>
Do I need to know my projects before the fall semester?<div class="ExternalClass905A74D4C7A04060B8D3524F9EE47749"><p>​<strong>No</strong>, it is more critical for incoming students to know that they have been awarded a graduate research assistantship and that they have been placed in the Institute for Public Administration as <strong>research assistants</strong>. The admissions process provides IPA-affiliated faculty and staff members with a snapshot of the incoming students, but face-to-face communication is often needed to best match students’ interests and skills with funded projects.</p></div>
When does project placement occur?<div class="ExternalClass1A711F20B42141F2B7CDCABF54A0353A"><p>​The placement process occurs over the summer and first two weeks of the fall semester. Early placements occur because (1) supervisors may identify returning students with whom they would like to work (or, based on application materials or summer interviews, incoming students with interests well matched to program areas), (2) students express interest in program areas that employ multiple research assistants, or (3) incoming students submit application materials indicating interests and skills that are well matched to funded projects. During IPA New Student Retreat and subsequent orientation meetings students learn about IPA and its wide range of program areas. Informal placement interviews are scheduled so faculty and staff members can meet with unassigned students and discuss their interest areas.</p></div>
How can I facilitate a good match?<div class="ExternalClass0C4AC2ABED854328B2434FFEA7F8C931"><p>During the placement process, IPA faculty and staff consider project funding as well as the interests, experiences, skills, and possible academic specializations of returning and incoming students. Prior to arriving on campus, incoming students should contact <strong><a target="_blank" href="/ipa/people/faculty-and-staff/lisam"><strong><a href="https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/ipa/people/faculty-staff/lisam" target="_blank">Lisa Moreland Allred</a></strong></a> </strong>to <strong>(1)</strong> discuss any changes to your application materials, <strong>(2)</strong> discuss your interests, and <strong>(3)</strong> schedule an interview with IPA faculty and staff over the summer. Also, keep an open mind and remain flexible. Students learn more about IPA and its wide range of program areas during IPA New Student Retreat and subsequent orientation meetings. Participation in the informal placement interviews provides an opportunity to communicate areas of interest, while meetings with a selection of potential supervisors will further facilitate project placement.</p></div>
What are the project areas in which Research Assistants work?<div class="ExternalClass3B46DE2FF10D4BD4A0C59F58A5D9C73C"><p>Some of the project areas that employ both first- and second-year graduate research assistants are listed below. The average number of placements in each area is indicated in parentheses.</p><ul><li><strong>civic education </strong>(1)</li><li><strong>conflict resolution </strong>(1)</li><li><strong>economic development </strong>(1)</li><li><strong>education management and policy</strong><strong> </strong>(3-4)</li><li><strong>health and healthcare policy</strong><strong> </strong>(2)</li><li><strong>state and local government planning</strong><strong> </strong>(3-4)</li><li><strong>state and local government training</strong><strong> </strong>(1)</li><li><strong>transportation policy</strong><strong> </strong>(2-3)</li><li><strong>water resources and the environment</strong><strong> </strong>(1-2)</li><li><strong>development leadership</strong><strong> </strong>(1)</li><li><strong>community engagement</strong> (1)</li></ul><p> </p><p><strong>Resources:</strong></p><p><a href="/ipa/student-opportunities/research" target="_blank"><strong>Research Assistantships/Positions</strong></a></p></div>
Will I have an opportunity to learn new skills?<div class="ExternalClassD4F7B2E4370E44BC8268D8DF1EEA9EC0"><p>​<strong>Yes!</strong> In fact, it is not always necessary for your research assistantship to mirror your academic specialization. Should you be placed in an assignment that, at first glance, does not appear to correspond with your specific interests, try to keep an open mind. It is important to note that each placement brings with it opportunities to learn new skills or tools. Many of IPA’s program areas are interrelated, and crossover is common. You might discover a new interest area that you may not have explored otherwise.</p></div>
Will I be able to change my placement?<div class="ExternalClassFF8CAAF205B64ADA868E5F8C3F890072"><p>​<a href="http://www.ipa.udel.edu/directory/homepages/lewis.html"><strong></strong></a><strong>IPA‘s Director</strong>, ”<strong>Mentor-in-Chief</strong><a href="http://www.ipa.udel.edu/directory/homepages/moreland.html"><strong></strong></a>,“ and your supervisor will work with you to ensure a productive and rewarding research assistant experience. Research assistants often don’t realize how very much they like their placements until the second or third month of the semester. If, after a reasonable trial period, you continue to experience frustration with your project (or center) placement, you should speak first with your supervisor or IPA’s designated “Mentor-in-Chief” to discuss possible reassignment. As an IPA-specific issue, it would not be necessary or appropriate to discuss your possible project reassignment with non-IPA-affiliated faculty or staff, at least not without addressing the situation within IPA first. If necessary, IPA’s director will work with you, your supervisor, and the “Mentor-in-Chief” to facilitate any planned transition to and from projects. IPA’s faculty and staff are committed to ensuring that you are engaged in significant and meaningful assignments that relate to your interests, skills, and career goals.</p></div>
What should I be working on during the first two weeks of the semester?<div class="ExternalClass66ED0E41D9CF4B78B9637DDBCF222107"><p>During the first two weeks of the semester, all students in IPA will be responsible for meeting with their supervisor or potential supervisors, reviewing IPA’s policies and procedures in the Research Assistant Handbook, familiarizing themselves with their work stations (assigned during IPA New Student Retreat), working on preliminary projects, and beginning to prepare content for or updates to their LinkedIn profiles.</p><strong>Resources:</strong><br></div><div class="ExternalClass66ED0E41D9CF4B78B9637DDBCF222107"><a href="/ipa/people/students" target="_blank"><strong>Student Directory</strong></a><br></div>
What other opportunities exist for IPA's Research Assistants?<div class="ExternalClass6B200339D7A547658F8D02DEB882108B"><p>IPA provides opportunities for professional development both directly and indirectly through:</p><ul><li><strong><a target="_blank" href="/ipa/student-opportunities/engagement/internships">Internship Program</a></strong> – Paid work experience during the summer, which earns academic credit.</li><li><strong><a target="_blank" href="/ipa/student-opportunities/legislative-fellows-program">Legislative Fellows Program</a></strong> – Competitively selected fellowship providing non-partisan, in-depth research to legislators and their staff in addressing critical issues facing the state.</li><li><a target="_blank" href="/ipa/student-opportunities/judicial-fellows-program"><strong>Judicial Fellows Program</strong></a> – Competitively selected fellowship that provides valuable on-the-job experience working closely with Administrative Office of the Courts administrators and staff for the State of Delaware.</li><li><strong>Policy Forums</strong> – Discussions of policy issues that affect Delaware and the region.</li><li><strong>Workshops and Training Sessions</strong> – Events sponsored by IPA are listed on IPA's <a target="_blank" href="/ipa/events/events"><strong>Events</strong></a> page.</li></ul></div>
Will the research assistantship experience help me to obtain a job after graduation?<div class="ExternalClass310BDB4DCF7145368878BF42D40C33A0"><p><strong>Yes!</strong> Research assistantships (being a Public Administration Fellow) and internships can increase your job opportunities by developing your abilities through applied research and public service, professional development training, and networking opportunities. Find out more about <strong>w</strong><strong>hat some of our recent alumni are doing</strong>.</p><p> </p><p><strong>Resources:</strong></p><p><strong><a href="/ipa/people/alumni-profiles">Alumni Profiles</a></strong><br></p><a href="http://www.ipa.udel.edu/ipa/profiles/"></a></div>

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