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NH Native John Howard '15 Named Perkins Bass Intern for Winter 2013

The Rockefeller Center is pleased to announce our first Perkins Bass Named Intern, John Howard ’15. Financial support for this public policy internship is provided by the Perkins Bass 1934 Fund. Perkins Bass was a member of the Dartmouth College Class of 1934, and was a key New Hampshire public figure - active in both NH and US politics.

 

Which Public Policy Courses are Available in the Winter 2013 Term?

Looking for winter 2013 courses to add to your schedule?  Here's a cheat sheet on your options for Public Policy - open to all majors and minors! 

If you are a first-year student, consider the first-year seminar (PBPL 7) or Introduction to Public Policy (PBPL 5), which is a required course if you are interested in applying for our First-Year Fellows Program

Policy Analysis and Local Governance (PBPL 48) is one of the gateway courses for our Policy Research Shop. If you are interested in learning more about the Public Policy Minor, click here.

PBPL 5: Introduction to Public PolicyProfessor Ronald Shaiko, 13W:10
This course is designed as the gateway offering for students beginning to pursue a minor in public policy through the Rockefeller Center. The term will be divided into four main components:

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