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The Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration is home to, and affiliated with, many notable research and public service centers and engagement initiatives. These allow students, faculty, and staff to tackle important research and work related to policy challenges and community issues.
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The affiliated research and public service centers are
closely linked to the Biden School's academic programs, helping students learn first-hand by participating in vital funded research. The centers partner with local, state, federal, and international governments as well as nonprofits and NGOs to explore
issues important to our community, state, nation and the world.
As a research assistant you may find yourself working
in one of the dynamic research centers, or you may be placed in a
community organization while supervised by research center personnel. Your research
assistantship is determined by available funded projects as well as your
interests, specialization, concentration, or desired employment