The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Public Policy Courses Available Winter 2011

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As course selection for the Winter 2011 term ends on November 11th, the Rockefeller Center is pleased to offer three courses for students interested in public policy.

For students who are considering a minor in Public Policy, or would like to apply for our First-Year Fellows Program, Introduction to Public Policy is for you!  It is only offered in the Winter term of each year, and is taught by Prof. Ronald Shaiko.
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If you have heard great things about our Policy Research Shop, or are interested in exploring issues at the local community level, Policy Analysis and Local Governance is a course to consider.  Prof. Andrew Samwick, Director of the Rockefeller Center, teaches this course.
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Health care is one of the top issues of the day, and our new course Health Care Reform is a great way to learn more about access, cost, and quality of health care.  Ellen Meara, of The Dartmouth Institute of Health Policy and Clinical Practice, will be teaching this course.  With the results of the 2010 Midterm Elections still very fresh, this is sure to be an interesting course.
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You can view the syllabi for all Public Policy courses online.  Questions?  Contact Prof. Ronald Shaiko.

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