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  • Title: Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware
    Descriptive info: .. JavaScript is required to properly view this page.. Please enable JavaScript to navigate this site.. My UD.. UDSIS-Students.. UDSIS-Staff.. Sakai.. E-mail.. People.. Maps.. Find It.. A-Z.. Z.. Y.. X.. W.. V.. U.. T.. S.. R.. Q.. P.. O.. N.. M.. L.. K.. J.. I.. H.. G.. F.. E.. D.. C.. B.. A.. UD Home.. Institute for Public Administration.. About IPA.. Events.. Personnel.. Publications.. The University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA), a center within the.. School of Public Policy Administration.. , addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development, and the education of tomorrow’s leaders.. At a recent IPA staff retreat, colleagues listen as IPA’s.. Nicole Minni.. demonstrates the.. weTable.. and  ...   tomorrow’s leaders.. Impacting the Public.. Engaging Our Students.. What Others Say About IPA.. Specific IPA Programs.. Partner Sites We Host.. S U P P O R T I P A.. W I T H A G I F T.. R E S O U R C E S F O R.. P R O S P E C T I V E.. S T U D E N T S.. C U R R E N T S T U D E N T S.. G E T C O N N E C T E D.. W I T H I P A.. Institute for Public Administration.. 180 Graham Hall Newark, DE 19716 USA.. Phone: 302-831-8971 Fax: 302-831-3488.. Comments.. Contact Us.. Legal Notices..

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  • Title: About IPA
    Descriptive info: A Message from the Director.. I am pleased to welcome you to the website of the Institute for Public Administration (IPA).. This site provides important information about our many.. programs.. and projects, our.. staff.. and.. students.. , as well as access to recent.. publications.. Our site also links you to related units at the University of Delaware and partner organizations with which IPA collaborates at state and national levels.. In 2011, IPA joined the.. College of Arts Sciences.. at the University of Delaware and officially became part of the college's.. Established in 1973,.. IPA addresses the policy, planning, and management needs of its partners through the integration of applied research, professional development, and the education of tomorrow’s leaders.. We provide direct staff assistance, research, policy analysis,..  ...   you to browse our site to get a glimpse of the broad range of.. services IPA provides.. within Delaware and beyond.. I hope you ll look to.. www.. ipa.. udel.. edu.. as your primary online public administration resource.. Using social media is an additional way we're getting our word out to the world.. Friend us on.. Facebook.. and follow us on.. Twitter.. Your comments are appreciated.. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have about IPA.. I can be reached at 302-831-8971 or by.. e-mail.. Thanks for visiting.. I hope you’ll return often.. Jerome R.. Lewis.. Director.. R E L A T E D L I N K S.. Where is IPA?.. Selected IPA Alumni Profiles.. IPA Brochure.. IPA's Academic Involvement.. SPPA (School) Website..

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  • Title: IPA-Affiliated Events
    Descriptive info: IPA-Affiliated Events.. You can register for most of our events online with either a major credit card or online check.. Board of Adjustment Issues -.. Virtual Seminar.. ( Planning 206 ).. a workshop on two DVDs with supplementary data CD.. Available for sale now! - $50.. download order form.. - PDF.. Advanced Leadership Development: Advanced Leadership Training for Women in Public Administration.. (Phase II of the.. Women's Leadership Development Program.. ).. A two-day session of advanced leadership training for women in public service.. Nov.. 28–29, 2012.. University of Delaware Paradee Center.. Dover, Del.. Cost: $100.. register now.. registration deadline: November 19.. Planning Your Community's Future (Planning 101).. This session qualifies for certificate credit in the.. Academy for Excellence in Local Government  ...   Administration (Planning 103).. March 15, 2013.. registration deadline: March 8.. Basic Mediation Training.. a four-day basic course in skill-building in the areas of conflict resolution and mediation.. Apr.. 10, 11, 17, and 18, 2013.. Buena Vista Conference Center.. New Castle, Del.. Cost: $725 (until January 31), $825 from February 1–March 1.. Note:.. Delaware Conflict Resolution Network.. members receive a $100 discount on registration for this event.. Contact the Conflict Resolution Program at 302-831-8158 to register if you are a DCRN member.. 2013 spring course brochure.. (219KB - PDF).. registration deadline: March 1.. Board of Adjustment Issues (Planning 206).. June 6, 2013.. registration deadline: May 30.. Local Government Training.. Planning Education Program.. Local Gov’t Academy Program.. Women's Leadership Program.. Conflict Resolution Program..

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  • Title: Untitled
    Descriptive info: A-Z Index.. IPA Personnel.. IPA’s personnel includes faculty, professional and salaried staff, and undergraduate and graduate students.. In the spring of 2007, they gathered to wish the upcoming graduates success.. Faculty and Staff List.. titles and contact information.. Faculty and Staff Bio Pages.. brief biographical information.. Student List.. contact information and program of study.. Student E-Portfolios.. more detailed career information.. Alumni.. selected IPA alumni profiles.. DLLG Directory.. ADR Directory..

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  • Title: IPA Publications
    Descriptive info: IPA Publications.. This page offers links by general category to the most recently published (past two years) work of the Institute for Public Administration.. For a more complete and searchable database of IPA Publications, see the.. IPA Community’s collection.. in the.. University of Delaware Library s Institutional  ...   policy.. transportation policy.. water resources.. Publications on or linked to from these pages are downloadable in PDF and are indicated with.. Download.. Adobe Reader.. now if you don't have version 4.. 0 or higher of this free software.. Also see.. instructions on viewing/downloading PDF files.. UD’s Institutional Repository..

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    Descriptive info: Martha Corrozi Narvaez - Bio.. Associate Policy Scientist.. mcorrozi@udel.. 302-831-4931 phone/voice-mail.. 302-831-4934 fax.. DGS Annex.. University of Delaware.. Newark, Delaware 19716-7380.. Education.. Research and Professional Interests.. Experience.. Professional Memberships.. Honors and Awards.. Selected Publications.. MPA, University of Delaware 2002, Water Resources Policy.. BS, Lehigh University 1998, Biology.. regional watershed technical and policy support; water resources research, education, and outreach.. 2011-present.. Associate Policy Scientist, Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration, University of Delaware.. 2007-2011.. Assistant Policy Scientist, Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration, University of Delaware.. 2004-2007.. Policy Specialist II, Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration, University of Delaware.. 2002-2004.. Environmental Management: Nutrient Subcommittee Fellow, Chesapeake Research Consortium, U.. S.. Environmental Protection Agency, Chesapeake Bay Program Office (Annapolis, Md.. ).. 2000-2002.. Graduate Research Assistant, Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration, University of Delaware.. Environmental Assistant, Public Works Department, City of Wilmington (Wilmington, Del.. 2001.. Conservation Associate Policy Specialist, The Conservancy of Southwest Florida (Naples, Fla.. 1999-2000.. Environmental Programs Specialist, Public Works Department, City of Wilmington (Wilmington, Del.. 1998.. Field Biologist, Environmental Consulting Services, Inc.. (Middletown, Del.. Professional Memberships.. Delaware Section of the American Water Resources Association (DEAWRA), Charter President.. American Water Resources Association (AWRA), Board of Directors.. Delaware Association for Public Administration (DAPA).. Honors and Awards.. American Water Resources Association’s 2007 A.. Ivan Johnson Outstanding Young Professional Award –.. For young professionals who have demonstrated outstanding achievements, talents and leadership potential through professional activities in water resources for at least two years but not more than eight years.. 2003 Ecosystem Cluster Menhaden Award –.. For excellence in modeling issues and the all-important Tributary Team Support.. University of Delaware School of Urban Affairs Public Policy Excellence in Water Resources Scholarship Award –.. For demonstrating superior scholarship  ...   2007.. Prepared by: Christina Basin Tributary Action Team and Martha Corrozi, Gerald Kauffman, Angelina Micheva, and Melissa Zechiel of the Water Resources Agency, Institute for Public Administration, College of Human Public Policy Administration, University of Delaware.. Prepared for: Watershed Assessment Branch, Division of Water Resources, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.. Delaware NEMO (Nonpoint Education for Municipal Officials): Guide to Natural Resource-Based Planning.. Developed and contributed to Chapter 2: Impervious Cover and Chapter 6: Source Water Protection.. “The Wild, Scenic White Clay Creek,” Newark Post, March 5, 2005.. Proceedings of Delaware Policy Forum Series No.. 4.. : The Historic Christina Basin: Delaware’s First Watershed, editor, sponsored by University of Delaware Institute for Public Administration, Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Delaware Geological Survey, and the Delaware Water Resources Center, under review pending July 2005.. Watershed.. , editor, sponsored by University of Delaware Institute for Public Administration, Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Delaware Geological Survey, and the Delaware Water Resources Center, under review pending July 2005.. “Synthesis of Water Rates in Delaware and Contiguous States,” with Gerald J.. Kauffman and Kareem Ali, August 2004.. “Imperviousness: A Performance Measure of a Delaware Water Resource Protection Area Ordinance,” with Gerald J.. Kauffman and Kevin J.. Vonck,.. Journal of the American Water Resources Association.. , under peer review pending April 2004.. “Innovative Storm Water Demonstration Projects in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed,” in.. Estuaries on the Edge: Convergence of Ocean, Land and Culture.. , pp.. 32.. ERF 2003, 17th Biennial Conference of the Estuarine Research Federation, Conference Abstracts, Seattle, Wash.. , 2003.. “The Role of Nonprofit Organizations in the Management of the Christina River Basin,” Master’s Thesis, University of Delaware, Newark, Del.. , 2002.. Water Resources Agency.. DAPA..

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  • Title: IPA News Feeds
    Descriptive info: IPA News Feeds.. IPA on Facebook.. IPA on Twitter.. IPA News Archives.. UDaily, other source archives.. archives..

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  • Title: IPA Spotlight on... Mark Stevens
    Descriptive info: Federal budget analyst works with scientific leaders.. Among his other skills,.. (MPA ’09) has a flair for communication.. It is little wonder then that he is able to ply his trade as a budget analyst for the National Eye Institute and connect with senior-level scientific researchers.. The National Eye Institute (NEI) is one of the 27 institutes and centers that compose the.. National Institutes of Health.. (NIH) in Bethesda, Md.. Stevens is responsible for formulating and executing NEI’s $72-million intramural research program.. This requires skills and competencies in the federal budget process, data gathering and analysis, financial management, communication, and process management, which can prove an ongoing challenge.. “As budget analyst for the NEI intramural program that oversees all laboratory operations on the NIH campus related to eye and vision research,” Stevens explains, “I serve as the central point of contact to NEI’s Principal Investigators on tracking their complicated budgets, consisting of personnel and operating expenses.. This responsibility includes providing advice and guidance on spending plans using appropriated funds from Congress and outside grant funding.. Stevens is no numbers wonk.. He’s pretty excited about what he does.. “I most enjoy the opportunity and direct access to interact daily and closely with senior scientific leaders to assist in financial planning in support of the NEI scientific mission.. It is gratifying to know that my contributions assist NEI Senior leadership in making sound policy and management decisions that positively impact NEI’s basic and clinical research portfolio.. Again in his own words, Stevens effuses about his position at NEI (see video).. After completing his graduate studies at UD’s.. School of Public Policy & Administration.. in May 2009, Stevens was selected through a highly competitive selection process for a two-year Administrative Fellowship at the NIH.. “As an Administrative Fellow,” Stevens says, “I had the opportunity to gain on-the-job training, mentoring, and individualized career development as a Budget Analyst with NEI.. Also, I completed  ...   “In addition to the classroom learning, my experience working as a Legislative Fellow on the [Delaware] House Banking and Insurance and Housing and Community Affairs Committees was instrumental in developing my policy analysis and communication skills.. Last but not least, my research assistantships with.. [James] Flynn.. Bernard Dworsky.. on Delaware’s education- and transportation-related issues afforded me the opportunity to improve my research and writing skills.. All of the experiences fully prepared me for the rigors of a federal budget career.. Stevens says that, in particular, the time spent working as a Legislative Fellow on public policy issues provided him with valuable opportunities to handle multiple complicated tasks efficiently and effectively.. “This has served me well in my career in federal financial management,” he says.. Stevens also reflects on how IPA specifically helped ready him for a public service career.. “Working for IPA and giving presentations in classes taught me the importance of effective communication,” he insists.. “Whether it was presenting a paper to classmates, giving a briefing to officials of the Red Clay Consolidated School District, or offering policy analysis to the legislators in the Delaware General Assembly as a Legislative Fellow, I was given many opportunities to hone my oral and written communication skills, which have served me well.. Stevens has aspirations beyond his budget analyst post.. “Because of my passion for public service in the federal government,” he says, “I’d like to work as a senior administrator at NIH through the Federal Senior Executive Service.. This would allow me to lead an organization of dedicated employees in meaningful ways toward meeting the agency’s public-health mission.. With such a great set of skills, Stevens is well positioned to realize this goal.. In his spare time, Stevens enjoys reading books on history and politics, line dancing, participating in public speaking activities through Toastmasters, and spending time with his family.. Photo courtesy of Mark Stevens, video courtesy of NIH.. MPA Program..

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  • Title: “Spotlight on...” Archives
    Descriptive info: “Spotlight on.. ” Archives.. IPA alumnus is new Delaware Controller General.. 2006 alumna working to improve healthcare efficiencies and outcomes.. Blue Hen native true to First State.. Investing herself in public engagement.. MPA alum working in key position in health law and economics in Boston.. MPA alum’s heart is in influencing government policy to improve public health.. Former undergrad returns to Delaware with a passion for education excellence.. Standing up for the little gal.. MPA alum making a difference in Delaware through public service.. From teaching to law to politics: an open road for this 2003 MPA grad.. 2007 MPA grad leads Delaware toward emergency readiness.. Working abroad to improve Israel’s defense PR.. Dances  ...   IPA alum takes a legal approach to helping local governments while applying on lessons learned at UD.. 2001 MPA alumnus finds his passion in helping people through development of affordable housing.. As consultant to the federal government, 2003 MPA alumnus helps keep us secure.. 2002 MPA alumna has Europe covered.. MPA alum returns to Delaware as Newark City Manager.. Washington, D.. C.. –based alumna promotes medical research.. Recent IPA alum serves Michigan courts.. Township manager in Hatfield, Pa.. , making the most of lessons learned at IPA.. Former IPA research assistant makes an impact through advocacy work at Westside Family Healthcare.. Former IPA research assistant makes an impact through campus mediation at Grinnell College..

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  • Title: Impacting the Public
    Descriptive info: One important facet of IPA’s Water Resources Agency is its educational outreach.. Joined by IPA watershed analyst Martha Narvaez (right), research assistants Erika Farris (left) and Maureen Nelson (standing) lead elementary school children in a game that helps the next generation learn about the importance of water in their lives and in their community.. IPA impacts the public through its work in the following areas:.. civic education.. conflict resolution.. academic program support.. law and public policy.. leadership development.. local government training.. policy forums..

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  • Title: IPA Engages Its Students
    Descriptive info: IPA Engages Its Students.. a 35-year legacy of shaping students and serving the public.. Hands-on Learning….. “IPA can provide exposure to nearly any professional industry in the state for its students, and delivers a hands-on experience that cultivates an unmatched opportunity for knowledge—knowledge that I use on a daily basis to perform my duties as manager.. ”.. —.. Andrew Haines, MPA 2003.. Town Manager.. Hatfield Township, Pa.. The Institute for Public Administration is committed to making a significant and sustained contribution to the improvement of  ...   theory and practice.. Known as “The Delaware Model,” this guiding philosophy is our academic ideal and management model, equally and fully involving.. faculty, professional staff, and students.. —both graduate and undergraduate—in public service and applied research projects that will make a difference in the lives of citizens in Delaware and beyond.. Specific ways IPA engages its students include:.. Research Assistantships.. Internships.. Legislative Fellows Program.. Public Administration Fellows.. Graduate.. Undergraduate.. Resources for Future Students.. Current Student Resources.. Current Student List.. Current Student E-Portfolios.. Earn Your MPA Part-time..

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