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Sam Vinograd, national security analyst at CNN and former advisor on the National Security Council, offered the keynote at the 2019 NVPA Symposium.
This year's edition of New Visions for Public Affairs (NVPA) is now published and available online here.
The journal includes a policy blog by former Vice President Joe Biden and six student research papers.
The NVPA Symposium, held at the Biden Institute, featured research presentations by three student contributors and a keynote by Sam Vinograd, former advisor on the National Security Council.
an annual student-produced publication of the University of Delawares Biden School of Public Policy and Administration. NVPA is managed by a student
editorial board that receives input from a faculty advisory board.
The student-run journal showcases research and writing related to
the field of public policy and administration, with content including,
but not limited to, scholarly research essays, literature reviews, and
special interviews. Preference is given to works that take new
approaches in their discussion of current policies and future
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Brett Swan, Biden School Master of Public Administration student, presents his research on autonomous vehicles and the differences in their usage in urban and suburban settings.
Meagan Eisner, a student at Towson University, presents her research on the Syrian civil war. She discusses various factors that research suggests may be needed to bring resolution to the conflicts and rebuild the region.
Biden School doctoral candidate (in Disaster Science and Management) Abdulhadi A. Al Ruwaithi presents his research into the emergency and disaster management efforts in the United Arab Emirates.