The Undergraduate Public Policy Fellowship provides an
opportunity for undergraduate students to work closely with
Center for Poverty Research Faculty and Staff in order to
research current state and federal legislation to help
disseminate the Center’s latest research.
Recruitment for the 2015 Public Policy Fellowship is now
completed. We will begin recruitment for our 2016 program in
September of Fall Quarter 2015. For more information, contact us
Description: This interdisciplinary course will
provide background on poverty statistics, theories and evidence
on the causes and consequences of poverty, and the history and
efficacy of major anti-poverty programs in the United States.
The Center for Poverty Research seeks applications from our
affiliated faculty members who are interested in working with an
undergraduate student on a poverty related research
project. The Center anticipates providing up to 8
undergraduate students with internships during summer 2014.