Student Fellows Program
The Public Policy Center (PPC) Fellows program is designed to recognize the contributions of students who, under the mentorship of our faculty and staff, create and share new knowledge from policy-relevant administrative and research activities, while contributing to the vitality of the PPC. Student research fellows will have a title consistent with their enrollment status and role at the Center (e.g. Undergraduate Research Fellow).
- What are the benefits of being a student Research Fellow?
- Student research fellows get a heads-up on policy-related events and courses being offered by the Public Policy Center;
- Students may use their PPC title on their resume, signature block, grant submissions, applications, Linkedin profile, and elsewhere.
- How do I become a PPC Research Fellow?
- Student employees of the PPC are automatically enrolled in the program.
- Any students enrolled in PPC coursework or programs, or working with a faculty member on campus doing policy-relevant work, may request to be included in the program by emailing email@example.com. Please include a brief statement on why you want to be a PPC research fellow and what research- and/or policy-relevant activities you are currently doing.