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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How can I check the status of my application?<div class="ExternalClass2A4253EEF56B4E65A6DB55B5920B72F1"><p>You can check the status of your application using the self-managed online application system administered through the UD Office of Graduate and Professional Education. Follow the directions you received following your initial application submission to update and monitor the status of your application. If you have difficulty with your account or have a question, you can email <a href="mailto:gradadmissions@udel.edu">gradadmissions@udel.edu</a> or contact the Biden School of Public Policy & Administration at 302-831-1687 or <a href="mailto:sppa@udel.edu">bidenschool@udel.edu</a>.</p></div>
When will I hear about an admissions decision? <div class="ExternalClassA8A4613D0B8F47C2A637CBB83DDBD08B"><p>Every application is important to us, and we strive to be thorough with each one! All applications are individually reviewed by respective program admissions committee. All decisions are rendered as quickly as possible. The first round of admissions reviews and decisions are generally made by mid-February to those of the applicant pool who are most qualified. Admission notifications are communicated quickly, following some additional admissions processes.</p><p> Once students admitted in the first round have decided whether to accept UD’s offer, there may be additional spaces in the class or funding slots available, so some applicants may hear in April or May. In a few cases, especially those who apply late, may hear over the summer.</p></div>
If I get accepted and want to enroll at Delaware, what are the next steps?<div class="ExternalClass30EA789828464A7DBDE0BA5CAF4EBBF8"><p>You will be formally notified of your admissions decision from the Office of Graduate and Professional Education. You will need to send back your form indicating whether you accept the admissions offer. If you are awarded a research assistantship, in a few weeks or so you will be mailed a letter with pertinent details along with a contract. Please sign and return the contract by the deadline indicated on the contract. Once you return your forms accepting the admissions offer and the research assistantship contract, your next official communication from the School of Public Policy & Administration will come in late July. This letter will contain information for new students about orientation, registering for classes, etc.</p></div>
Are applications accepted after the priority dates?<div class="ExternalClass3F5CEB2E469B4EB0B7832EF9BAF669CD"><p>Yes. However, full-time applicants who meet the January 15 deadline are given priority consideration for research assistantship placements. Final deadlines for application are July 1 for fall semester and December 1 for spring semester (if spring admission is available in the program to which you are applying).</p></div>
Can I request a waiver for the GREs?<div class="ExternalClass02DE3945DDE54755BB5D57E295499A08"><p>The Biden School of Public Policy & Administration’s graduate programs require submission of GRE scores. GRE scores are considered a helpful component of the applicant’s credentials. </p><p>MPA and MPP applicants (<strong>only</strong> applicants to the MPA or MPP programs) may request a waiver of the GRE application requirement if they have a 3.0+ GPA from their undergraduate program AND 2+ years of relevant professional experience. If requesting a waiver, please complete the <a href="https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/content-sub-site/Documents/request-for-waiver-of-gre.docx">GRE waiver request form</a> and submit it as a supplemental document with your application. Please note that the admissions committee may deny your request upon review of your application, and may ask for GRE scores prior to making an admissions decision. </p></div>
Can I be granted conditional admission to your program?<div class="ExternalClass12CB83C500154B1A9FD24A49A0158956"><p>Only the MPA (Master of Public Administration) program offers conditional admission when English language training is needed. In order to apply for conditional admission, you would need to complete an MPA (Master of Public Administration) program application as well as apply to the Conditional Admission Program (CAP) through our English Language Institute. You can direct any inquires about CAP admissions to: <a href="mailto:CAPadmissions@udel.edu">CAPadmissions@udel.edu</a></p></div>
Do I need to take the TOEFL? What TOEFL score is needed for admission?<div class="ExternalClassC0FB4DD468E5443C8716BBB225EF1E92"><p>The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required of all international applicants. A minimum score of 105 (TOEFL iBT) is needed for admission consideration.</p></div>
Can I mail in my transcript?<div class="ExternalClassBB27734296694A4AB740510FEF1F0D12"><p>No - Do not mail official transcripts during the applicant stage. Everything for your application should be submitted online, electronically.</p></div>
I’m experiencing technical difficulty with my application. Who can assist me?<div class="ExternalClass6D3EFCFCAD6B4F32A641C1691E259918"><p>UD offers extensive support via our <a href="http://grad.udel.edu/application-assistance/" target="_blank">Application Assistance form</a>. If there is anything else we can help you with, please contact <a href="mailto:gradadmissions@udel.edu">gradadmissions@udel.edu</a>.</p></div>
Do I need to send in an official transcript?<div class="ExternalClass96A6A326120B4A77B0053C66AEAE8602"><p>No - when you initially apply, you can and should just scan and upload an unofficial transcript. If/when an official transcript is needed, you will be notified and given steps for submission.</p></div>
What is the application deadline?<div class="ExternalClassF1510989F57241A89BCFC1B0CCC9A045"><p>January 15 is the priority application deadline for full consideration of research assistantships for full-time study, subject to availability. Admissions occur on a rolling basis until the final deadline of July 1. Please note that applications received by the priority dates receive optimal consideration for admissions and/or available funding, but applications are still permitted after the priority deadline has passed. Final deadlines for application are July 1 for fall semester and December 1 for spring semester (if spring admission is available in the program to which you are applying).</p></div>
Who should write my letters of recommendation?<div class="ExternalClassC19359930881407A96B099F1001C6BD6"><p>​Three references are required. Think carefully about who you will ask to complete a recommendation on your behalf for your graduate program application. An ideal recommender will be able to comment on your ability to succeed in the program to which you are applying, including the dimensions of research aptitude, intellectual potential, effective communication (both oral and written), maturity, ability to work well with others, capacity for analyzing a problem and formulate a solution, personal motivation for selected program of study, potential for leadership and career advancement.</p><p>We recommend that recent graduates submit at least one (and preferably more) academic references from former professors. Those applicants who have been in the workforce for several years and who are not able to obtain academic references may submit three professional references. For example, a workplace training instructor may be able to comment on dimensions such as intellectual potential or individual approach to problem solving.</p><p>Personal references from friends, neighbors, family members and associates of family members are discouraged; these references are not particularly helpful in the graduate school application process. </p><p>Be mindful of application due dates and allow plenty of time to obtain your recommendations. The admissions committee cannot act on your application until it is complete.</p></div>
What should my personal statement / essay include?<div class="ExternalClass923FD23DE09C463BAE495EFA3808BC60"><p>​The essay is a very important and critical component of your graduate program application. It allows you to demonstrate and communicate your individual and unique qualifications–why you want to study in our program, what are your educational goals, career aspirations, experiences, values, and why you fit and would be an asset our program. Writing skills, critical thinking and conceptualizing are fundamental to success in graduate school. The essay is a highly effective way to demonstrate those skills and your "voice" directly into the process.</p><h3>Personal Statement Questions</h3><p>Answers to the following should be submitted, as applicable to you, as part of your essay:</p><ol><li><p>What are your vocational objectives and how will your proposed plan of graduate study relate to them and allow you to achieve them?</p></li><li><p>Within you major field, are there special areas of interest to you? Please explain.</p></li><li><p>Are there any special circumstances related to your academic record that you wish to explain or that we should know?</p></li></ol><h3>Hints for Application Essays</h3><ul><li><p><strong>There are no length requirements,</strong> but average essays are approximately one to two double spaced letter-sized pages per question (particularly for questions one and two). Successful Ph.D. applications are generally more substantive.</p></li><li><p>Before submitting your statement electronically, compose your essay in a word processing program that allows you to effectively edit it, looking for compositional and typographical errors.</p></li><li><p>The essay questions are purposely open-ended. Admissions committees read numerous personal statements. Memorable, creative, and articulate essays will set you apart from other applicants.<strong></strong></p></li><li><p><strong>If you wish to be considered for a research assistantship, consider your graduate school application to also be a professional job application.</strong> Demonstrate how you will fit into our organizational structure with respect to research assistantships and the <a href="/research-public-service/research-public-service-centers" target="_blank">research and public service center</a> program areas.</p></li><li><p>Successful Ph.D. applicants often demonstrate how their research and/or public service interests fit or complement those of the faculty. This, many times, can also be true for master's students.</p></li><li><p>Essays help us match successful applicants with an advisor and can provide information on matching applicants with research assistantship placements.</p></li><li><p>Your essay also serves as a personal writing sample. Writing is a very critcal component of graduate school. We expect students to have accomplished, polished writing skills before entering our graduate program. Moreover, your recommenders should comment on your writing ability; the essay is your chance to demonstrate your writing abilities to the admissions committee. Edit and proofread your essay very carefully before submission.</p></li></ul></div>
Can or should I mail in my application materials?<div class="ExternalClass9C8171D776934CB586EAFE665FAB2A2E"><p>No - Do not mail in any paperwork for your application. Everything for your application should be submitted online, electronically.​ If you are experiencing technical difficulties with the online application, please email <a href="mailto:gradadmissions@udel.edu">gradadmissions@udel.edu</a> for assistance.<br></p></div>
How do I submit GRE scores to UD?<div class="ExternalClassAEF88857C8CB423CB875645CF8B2580A"><p>University of Delaware's institution code for GRE score submission is 5811. There are no department codes necessary, just the institution code.​</p></div>
Can I have the TOEFL requirement waived?<div class="ExternalClassC4D0032C98DF403E87458933FB74787D"><p>The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is required of all international applicants unless a bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree has been or will be earned from a university recognized by the ministry of education in a country where English is the primary language. We cannot waive the TOEFL requirement for education in a country that does not meet these requirements, even if your instruction was conducted in English.<br></p></div>
Do you accept IELTS scores?<div class="ExternalClass487DB0FA55DE4C0F9B8305EB1E51B3D4"><p>​No. TOEFL scores are required from international applicants, and we cannot accept IELTS scores in lieu of TOEFL.</p></div>
If I have low GRE scores can I still be admitted?<div class="ExternalClassC910F3BA7A744DB195C1E04E7CB64EDA"><p>Admissions decisions are based on the applicant’s full spectrum of credentials. This includes standardized test scores, as well as previous academic performance, rigor of previous academic programs and institutions, recommendations, career and volunteer experience, and commitment to one’s chosen field. We have found that at the master’s level, undergraduate grades are the best predictor of graduate academic success.</p></div>
Should I apply even if I do not meet all of the preferred admissions criteria?<div class="ExternalClassEDCA3E449E894FC4B93E75888B5F4727"><p>​The <a href="https://www.bidenschool.udel.edu/masters-programs/masters-admissions/admission-criteria">admission criteria</a> that we have established are used by the admission committees as guidelines in their review of applications to our graduate programs. However, we do review each applicant as a whole person, where weaknesses in some areas can certainly be offset by strengths in others. So if you are slightly below one of the criteria points, you would still be encouraged to apply–your personal statement essay is a great place to discuss why you feel you would be a good fit for the program and also explain any circumstances regarding your grades or test scores that you would like to bring to the attention of the admissions committee. <br></p></div>
Once I've been admitted, how do I register for classes for my first semester?<div class="ExternalClassDA47FAC30BAF4C0FA625DAF8B5940355"><p>You will be contacted by Biden School's main office with a list of available courses shortly before orientation, approximately 3 weeks before the start of the semester. New students do not need to be concerned about registering early to reserve a seat in your courses.</p><p>New students may complete course registration prior to meeting with an advisor at orientation if you have a loan which requires them to be registered before the money can be disbursed. All other new students should wait to register for classes until you meet with their advisor at orientation. If you need assistance, contact Tara Schleiniger (tschlein@udel.edu) in 184 Graham Hall.</p><p>All students must be registered by the end of the late registration or drop/add period, which is usually about 2 weeks after the start of the semester.</p><h4>Academic Advising</h4><p>Your advisor and/or research center faculty may suggest a combination of core courses and introductory specialization courses. Students are free to change advisors at any time. Forms to change advisors are available at the SPPA administration office in 184 Graham Hall.</p><h4>Registering</h4><p>Once you receive advisement, there are a number of ways you can actually register:</p><ul><li>online using the <a target="_blank" href="https://cas.nss.udel.edu/cas/login?service=https://udel.onecampus.com/launch-task/all/udsisstudent">UDSIS</a> (Student Information System)</li><li>on the kiosks at the <a target="_blank" href="http://maps.rdms.udel.edu/map/index.php?id=NE64">Student Services Building</a></li><li>register at the SPPA administration office in 184 Graham Hall</li></ul><p>You will need to establish a <a target="_blank" href="http://www.udel.edu/it/welcome/activating.html">UDelNet ID</a> and password in order to use the UDSIS system to register.</p><p>It would be a good idea to become familiar with the required or core courses for your degree program and the specialization courses from which you may choose.</p></div>
I went to UD as an undergrad. Will that help or hurt my chances of admission?<div class="ExternalClass43E5A90E9E974A95986A1AA52237E609"><p>We are quite familiar with the quality of UD academic programs, as well as UD professors who may provide recommendations. We seek to admit academically talented students, no matter their undergraduate institutions. We also look to admit a diverse class in terms of undergraduate institutions, majors, cultures, and life experiences. Being a UD alumni doesn’t help, nor hurt, your chances of admission.</p></div>
Can I apply for spring admission? <div class="ExternalClass08A6329B412C4709A254E23E123C13B0"><p>Yes, some but not all Biden School graduate programs accept spring semester applications. The application deadline for spring admission is December 1. The majority of available research assistantships are awarded for fall admission. There are limited funding opportunities in the spring semester.</p></div>
What undergraduate majors do you prefer to admit?<div class="ExternalClass8C6D759B2AF0493B82C117027D4134C6"><p>We welcome applications for the master’s programs from ANY undergraduate major. Our programs are interdisciplinary in nature, so all academic backgrounds from an accredited college or university are welcome and respected. At the same time, it is helpful for students to have some exposure to the social sciences. Depending on the program, many students find having some background in economics and statistics very useful and helpful.</p></div>
What should I look for among the programs I am considering?<div class="ExternalClass74FF2CB7CD734BD49AC3615071FDF9F5"><p>Different applicants look for different qualities in graduate programs. You should look for strength in the attributes most important to you. Surveys show that our graduate students chose UD because of our strong academic programs, our "Delaware Model" (integration of academic theory and professional practice), the internship program, and the availability of their desired area of focus or specialization.</p></div>
How do I set up a visit?<div class="ExternalClass7BFCF5C2F37D4C68B20D9B9685381DBE"><p>We welcome you to schedule a <a href="/masters-programs/masters-admissions/visit">visit</a> to learn more about our programs. However, before you arrive, we’d like for you to spend time reviewing our web site, program and curriculum information to facilitate better conversations with faculty. </p><p> We’d also like to get to know more about you so we can set up a productive visit. Please be prepared to let us know which area of focus or specialization and research center(s) you’re considering. You can also submit a resume to help us match you with appropriate people during your visit and let us know your major, previous college or university, and GPA. Then, contact the Biden School office at (302) 831-1687 or email us at bidenschool@udel.edu. We’ll arrange a personalized set of meetings with faculty and/or students and staff.</p></div>
What makes the Biden School of Public Policy & Administration at UD stand out?<div class="ExternalClass4ACF0F4D11DC4B2A9E6DCEF31CFDCD5A"><p>We are told that the opportunities and the people are what sets us apart from other public affairs institutions. Through our program of research assistantships, our students have remarkable opportunities for professional development. Biden School is also a community of people dedicated to our field and supporting student success. Our positive atmosphere is an attribute that impresses many visitors and is valued and enjoyed by those in our community.</p></div>
Should I submit all of my application materials together or wait until I take my GREs?<div class="ExternalClassFE100BDBD5444B308DD7BB11D8838450"><p>It’s best to submit your application and any materials that are ready as soon as possible. It is NOT necessary to wait to send all of your materials together.  It’s okay for things to arrive at different times. Your GREs can be added to your record when they’re received. Please note, however, that an admissions decision cannot be made until your application record is complete.</p></div>

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