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2013 Legislative Fellows meet with Delaware Gov. Jack Markell (seated at
right). The 2014 class has been named, and members will assist
legislators in addressing critical issues facing the state.
1:12 p.m., Feb. 4, 2014--Thirteen students will have the
opportunity to assist legislators in addressing critical issues facing
the state during the 2014 Legislative Fellows Program.
Through the Legislative Fellows Program
a partnership between the University of Delaware and the Delaware
General Assembly students conduct non-partisan research, respond to
constituent concerns and staff committees.
The students, selected from the University of Delaware, Delaware
State University and Wesley College, will intern for the state General
Assembly for 20 hours a week from January through June.
In recent years, fellows have worked on areas as diverse as land-use planning, education reform and juvenile justice. The 2014 Legislative Fellows Program class includes 11 UD students. The fellows are:
The Legislative Fellows Program is managed by UDs Institute for Public Administration in the School of Public Policy and Administration.
Photo by Kathy F. Atkinson
Originally published by UDaily
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