York College of Pennsylvania and its Arthur J. Glatfelter Institute for Public Policy is accepting applications for its Master of Public Policy and Administration Scholar-in-Residence program. This program offers to a qualified student a two-year research residency with the Glatfelter Institute for Public Policy and the opportunity to earn a Master's degree in Public Policy and Administration (MPPA). It is available to an individual who has earned a Bachelor's degree in a pertinent field, has an interest in public policy/administration, and has demonstrated the ability to conduct reliable and valid research.
Residency shall begin summer 2021, and assuming successful progress in both research assignments and course work, will be for a period of 24 months. The goals of the program are 1) to provide the Scholar-in-Residence with the opportunity to advance their education in the field of public policy and administration by attaining and MPPA degree; and 2) to provide the fellow with meaningful research projects that will benefit the York community, the goals of the York College Center for Community Engagement (CCE), and the Scholar-in-Residence’s research portfolio.
Though applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, for full consideration, they should be submitted by May 1, 2021. To be considered for the Scholar-in-Residence position, candidates must have applied to York College's MPPA program. Please review the details and requirements below prior to submitting your application. If you have additional questions, contact CCE Dean Dominic DelliCarpini (email@example.com) or Glatfelter Institute Director Vinny Cannizzaro (firstname.lastname@example.org).