BIPP student intern Annie Maley ’21 explores the history and current status of the Affordable Care Act in the article below.
Past and Present: An in depth look at why…Read more
Did you know that students in the Social Sciences can also get involved in research? Are you interested in public policy issues and having a meaningful research experience this summer?…Read more
BIPP student intern Nicole Reddig ’22 weighs in on recent revisions to Title IX made by the Trump Administration.
Title IX and the Trump Administration
Since the Trump Administration was…Read more
BIPP student intern Anthony Maisano ’21 looks at how Australia was at the forefront of secret voting and questions whether current conditions may prompt the need for another type of…Read more
Best of the Best Policy Memos
In our conversations with policy makers and the people who advise them, we have learned that one of the most important skills that students should develop, whether they want to work in public policy or in the private sector, is the construction of a concise, informative, but persuasive policy memo.
Congratulations to Felix Boakye-Afriyie, Emily Beisser, Jennifer Ohn and Raissa Sorgho whose memos were selected as the Best of the Best from UNIV 221: Bend the Curve, fall 2013.