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UD and City College of New York students gather on the steps of the Eisenhower Building opposite the West Wing.
9:01 a.m., April 29, 2016--Twelve University of Delaware
undergraduates are coming to the close of a special spring adventure.
Sarah Brotzman, Evan Butler, Georgina Class-Peters, Tamara Dawli, Laura
Cahill, Amanda Kelly, Aleksandra Pelszynski, Sanika Salim, Eden Sung,
Shestin Thomson and Gerti Wilson have been living, working and studying
in Washington, D.C., for the 2016 spring semester.
Through the completion of an internship and two courses, they will
earn 12 credits in Washington as part of the DC Experience. On Wednesday
evening and Friday afternoons, the undergraduates have joined students
from the Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership of the City
College of New York (CCNY) for their classes.
Ed Freel, director of UDs Democracy Project at the Institute for
Public Administration and faculty member within the School of Public
Policy and Administration, teaches one course and a professor from CCNY
teaches the other.
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Ed Freel and the UD Washington Fellows pose in their Washington, D.C., classroom.
Working Monday through Thursday, the students are interning in the
offices of U.S. Sens. Thomas Carper, Chris Coons, Pat Toomey and Ted
Cruz, U.S. Rep. Bill Keating, the Senate Homeland Security and
Government Affairs Committee, the state of Delaware Washington, D.C.,
office and the International Justice Mission.
The students share a townhouse just a few blocks from the U.S.
Capitol and have had the opportunity to visit numerous Washington sites
and meet with many practitioners and officials throughout the semester.
Special events have included a meeting with Gen. Colin Powell and a
meet and greet with UD graduates working on Capitol Hill and the
surrounding area. Sessions are also planned with Carper and U.S. Rep.
For the past four years, a DC Experience was offered over Winter
Session. This spring marked the first time the program was offered for a
For information on the 2017 DC Experience, go to the Institute for Global Studies homepage or contact program director Ed Freel at firstname.lastname@example.org. An interest meeting will be held at 5 p.m., Thursday, May 5, in 185 Graham Hall.
Article originally published by UDaily.
UD and City College of New York students meet with Gen. Colin Powell during the Washington, D.C., program.