The Master of Public Policy and Administration Scholar-in-Residence program offers to a qualified student a two-year research residency with the Arthur J. 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.
Assuming successful progress in both research assignments and course work, the residency is 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.
To be considered for the Scholar-in-Residence position, candidates must have applied to York College's MPPA program. Applications will reopen for the Scholar-in-Residence in 2023. If you have additional questions, contact CCE Dean Dominic DelliCarpini (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Glatfelter Institute Director Vinny Cannizzaro (email@example.com).