ISPS Fellowships: Policy-Related Skills Development

ISPS-affiliated students are a carefully selected group of thoughtful individuals who are deeply passionate about policy issues. Students have different interests, policy-related experiences, and academic perspectives.

ISPS offers a series of short policy-related skills development sessions to affiliated students to ensure that all students have a base level of knowledge about key aspects of policy work.

Please check our event calendar for more information and room location.

*Registration is required*

Spring 2020 Schedule

date topic Expert
February 26, 3:00-5:00 PM

Workshop:
“How to be Helpful: Building Relationships for Social Impact”

Adam Seth Levine, Cornell University
April 6, 8:00-9:00 AM

Working with Government Data and Documents

(Director’s Fellows only)

Barbara Esty and Kenya Flash

April 9, 12:30-2:00 PM

Conversation:
“Policymaking and the Census”

TBD

* CSSSI = Center for Science and Social Science Information

PLEASE NOTE: Skills development sessions are not open to the public. Certain sessions are mandatory for ISPS-affiliated students and fellows; contact your program coordinator for more information about your participation requirements.

ALSO NOTE: Research Library at Rosenkranz. Whether you are writing a senior thesis, dissertation, or working on a general research project, the Research Library at Rosenkranz is available to help you at any stage.  Open every Friday from 1 - 5pm. For more information, contact Kenya Flash or Barbara Esty.

Spring 2020 Experts

Adam Seth Levine, Cornell University, research4impact

Jacob Hacker, Yale University