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The University of Delawares School of Public Policy and Administration (SPPA) has been identified by university leadership as a priority for growth and development. UD intends to build upon the schools recognition as a comprehensive location of public affairs that integrates academic excellence with professional practice.
The launch of our new Joseph R. Biden Institute will strengthen our role as a driving force in the formation and analysis of consequential domestic policy solutions to some of the nations most compelling challenges, as well as strengthen our role as a driving force in the
understanding and analysis of consequential energy and environmental
With this mission in mind, we are currently hiring for several faculty positions:
Please visit the links above to learn more about the available openings.
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