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The 2018 Legislative Fellows. Back row (left to right): Eric Hastings, Victor Rosas-Granda, Jeffrey Martindale and Hannah Barr. Middle row (left to right): Lauren Barkachy, Jennifer Proebstle, Emma Odren and Gabriella Davis. Front row (left to right): Juliann Emory, Grace Pedersen, Nicole Jacoby, Victoria Cook, Danielle Metcalfe and Stephanie Palmer.
Fourteen University of Delaware students have been selected to work with state legislators and court administrators through two prestigious university programs, the Legislative Fellows Program and the Judicial Fellows Program.
The long-running Legislative Fellows Program, a partnership between the university and the Delaware General Assembly, has accepted 12 students from the University of Delaware into its 2018 class. Another two UD students have been selected to serve in the Judicial Fellows Program, a cooperative effort between the state's Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) and UD's Institute for Public Administration.
2018 Legislative Fellows Program
Since 1982, the Legislative Fellows Program has given students the opportunity to assist state legislators in addressing issues critical to Delawareans. Today, the program links the research capacity of the University of Delaware, Delaware State University and Wesley College with the research needs of the Delaware General Assembly.
Students selected for the competitive program gain valuable skills and insight into the law-making process through assignments that require a high level of responsibility, such as staffing committees, conducting non-partisan research, and responding to constituent concerns.
Alumni of the Legislative Fellows Program have gone on to highly successful careers in both the public and private sectors and include Delaware Gov. John Carney.
Of the 14 students selected as 2018 Legislative Fellows, 12 represent the School of Public Policy and Administration in the university's College of Arts and Sciences. The political science programs from both Wesley College and Delaware State University also have representation in this year's class.
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The 2018 Legislative Fellows were joined by Dr. Robin Morgan, the University of Delaware's interim provost, at program orientation. Back row (left to right): Victor Rosas-Granda, Jeffrey Martindale, Gabriella Davis, IPA Director Dr. Jerome Lewis, Provost Morgan, Juliann Emory, Hannah Barr, Lauren Barkachy, Grace Pedersen and Legislative Fellows Program Manager Lisa Moreland. Front row (left to right): Nicole Jacoby, Eric Hastings, Danielle Metcalfe, Emma Odren, Victoria Cook, Stephanie Palmer and Jennifer Proebstle.
2018 Legislative Fellows:
2018 Judicial Fellows Program
in its second year, the Judicial Fellows Program provides graduate
students with the opportunity to gain on-the-job experience working
closely with the Delaware AOC. Modeled after the Legislative Fellows
Program, students selected for the Judicial Fellows Program observe the
court management process, perform court-related research, offer
technical support to judicial committees and sub committees and
contribute to written reports and data analysis for the judicial
branch's strategic planning efforts.
2018 Judicial Fellows:
The Legislative Fellows Program and the Judicial Fellows Program are managed by UD's Institute for Public Administration in the School of Public Policy and Administration.
To learn more about the Legislative Fellows Program, visit the program website or contact program manager Lisa Moreland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Judicial Fellows Program, visit the program website or contact program managers Julia O'Hanlon at email@example.com or Lisa Moreland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Article by Chris Kelley.