Month: September 2021

October Events 2021

Welcome back to the Hartford Times Building! We can’t wait to see you this fall!   With Alyssa Goduti, UConn DPP adjunct professor and President & CEO of Ädelbrook Friday, October 8, 2021 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM (with 30 minute break) Live virtual session Complete Registration Online The success of any nonprofit or government organization is […]

Favorite Course Friday: PP 5341 Public Opinion and Democratic Processes

Welcome to “Favorite Course Friday”! Throughout the semester we will be highlighting electives available next semester with the Department of Public Policy (DPP). Interested in joining the DPP in the classroom next semester? Email dpp@uconn.edu for more information! This course will theoretically and empirically explore public opinion and assess its place in American democracy. It […]

MPP Student Learns How to Make Impact on Health Policy

Each year, the Department of Public Policy (DPP)  helps students gain valuable experience by matching them with an organization that develops their skills and passions  through the Internship and Professional Practice Program (IPP). Shaun Simoneau, a former Fast-Track and current Master of Public Policy (MPP) student will be completing his IPP with Health Equity Solutions, […]

Favorite Course Friday: PP 5348 Urban Planning Principles and Methods

Welcome to “Favorite Course Friday”! Throughout the semester we will be highlighting electives available next semester with the Department of Public Policy (DPP). Interested in joining the DPP in the classroom next semester? Email dpp@uconn.edu for more information! The course will introduce students to the planning process by reviewing commonly used planning practices and tools. […]

MPP Student Highlights Importance of Redistricting

Department of Public Policy (DPP) student Ryan Scala decided to pursue a Master of Public Policy (MPP) after noticing that the public often consumed political content that was not objective. He found that many organizations had bias and that they produced opinionated or misleading commentary. Ryan wants to utilize his DPP skillsets to objectively analyze information, […]

Favorite Course Friday: PP 5368 Performance Management and Accountability

Welcome to “Favorite Course Friday”! Throughout the semester we will be highlighting electives available next semester with the Department of Public Policy (DPP). Interested in joining the DPP in the classroom next semester? Email dpp@uconn.edu for more information! This course will focus on the practical aspects of performance management and accountability including: measurement development, operationalization, […]