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The Institute for Public Administration was mentioned in the latest edition of the University of Delaware Research
magazine. The issue highlights University of Delaware security/safety
research, including innovations in the fields of science and
engineering, with a feature on Nobel Prize winner Richard Heck.
Page 39 features the work that IPA is doing with funding from
the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) on investigating
pedestrian lighting policies in unincorporated areas of the state of
Delaware. IPA staff member Marcia Scott was quoted in the article and staff member Ted Patterson leads the project team that includes Scott and student research assistants. Edward O'Donnell is the project PI.
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IPA was also listed among the research centers on page 53 of the magazine.
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