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During their tenure, the Fellows will be assisting legislators to respond to constituent concerns, conduct nonpartisan research on cutting-edge public policy issues, and staff committees.
As in previous years, the Legislative Fellows Program's Selection Committee had the difficult task of selecting only a handful of outstanding students from the highly competitive cadre that applied.
Of the 14 students selected as 2020 Legislative Fellows, 13 are representing the University of Delaware and pursuing coursework in the College of Arts and Sciences. Ten of the 2020 Legislative Fellows are representing the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration.
Please find below the students who were selected and their placements:
Senate Majority Caucus
Senate Minority Caucus
House Majority Caucus
House Minority Caucus
Division of Research
Begun as a partnership between the University of Delaware and the Delaware General Assembly in 1982, the Legislative Fellows Program is now sponsored in cooperation with Delaware State University and Wesley College. The program expanded in 2014 to include the Division of Research in Legislative Council. The program is managed by the Institute for Public Administration's Lisa Moreland (MPA '98).
Our 14 Legislative Fellows will commence their research at Legislative Hall in Dover on January 14, 2020. During their tenure, the Fellows will be assisting legislators to respond to constituent concerns, conduct nonpartisan research on cutting-edge public policy issues, and staff committees. Staffing committees is a task that, in larger states, is conducted by full-time employees. Our Legislative Fellows count themselves lucky to be given such a prestigious and challenging responsibility.
Profiles of the selected students can be found on the 2020 Legislative Fellows page.
The University of Delaware's Institute for Public Administration (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.
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