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One exciting update to the Institute for Public Administration's website is the new IPA Publications Database, which enables users to search and filter publications by relevant public service area.
The Institute for Public Administration (IPA) is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new website, a cross-college collaboration spearheaded by IPA Policy Specialist Sarah Pragg featuring an award-winning database, a brand new student job and internship database, and more.
IPA's updated website combines all of the important resources of its predecessor with new technology and resources to make for a comprehensive browsing experience for students, staff, and faculty alike.
Below are some highlights of what users can do on the new website:
IPA Publications Database
The new website features a searchable publications database with the opportunity to filter results by the following public service areas: economic development, energy and environment, historic preservation, public policy, transportation and infrastructure, education, health, public administration and management, smart cities and global urbanization, and urban and regional planning.
IPA Project Archive
A comprehensive archive of IPA projects past and present is also available on the new website. Complete with search functionality, the IPA Project Archive allows users to filter projects by category.
Student Job and Internship Opportunities Board
In addition to a revamped and updated Student Opportunities section, the new IPA website is pleased to partner with the School of Public Policy and Administration (SPPA) in spearheading the brand new student job and internship opportunities board. Complete with current job and internship listings, this new feature allows students and alumni to browse opportunities related to public policy and administration.
Employers, faculty, staff, students, and friends of IPA and SPPA are encouraged to submit related job and internship opportunities for inclusion in this job board. For consideration, please email Lisa Moreland with relevant links, job/internship postings, and information on how to apply.
The updated IPA website could not have been made possible without collaboration across the College of Arts and Sciences. IPA wishes to thank Eric Cantrell, Walt Dabell, Mihir Sheth, Crystal Nielsen, Lukas Emory, and Andre Smith for their roles in making this launch possible.
Do you have questions about the new IPA website? Can't find what you're looking for? Contact Sarah Pragg or IPA Communications Specialist Chris Kelley.
The University of Delawares Institute for Public Administration (IPA) addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development, and the education of tomorrows leaders.
Article by Sarah Pragg and Chris Kelley.
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