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

Global Policy Leadership Practicum

Public Policy 85: U.S. Strategy for Revitalizing the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process

Announcing next year's Rockefeller Center Practicum in Global Policy Leadership: Public Policy 85: U.S. Strategy for Revitalizing the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process
Please note that this class is only open to students in the Classes of 2016 and 2017who are Public Policy minors or plan to be minors.

Winter 2015 Rockefeller Center Direct Line - Experiential Learning

Rockefeller Center Director Andrew Samwick provides commentary on a variety of issues in the Direct Line, which is published at the start of each term. 

Inauguration of Philip J. Hanlon '77

In his inauguration address, President Hanlon issued a call-to-action to build Dartmouth’s academic enterprise around four themes: experiential learning, learning technologies, research impact, and affordability. The programs at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center incorporate all of these themes—most prominently experiential learning—in the realms of public policy and leadership development.

Don Casler '14 shares his experiences from India class trip during Winter Break

Don Casler '14, a contributing columnist for The Dartmouth, wrote about his experience in India as a part of Public Policy 85: Global Policy Leadership: Economic Reform in India. PBPL 85 is designed to provide real world international policy experience.

Twelve rising juniors and seniors were selected to study the 2013 topic: economic reform in India. During the fall term of 2013, the participating students studied this topic in depth, as they would for any other Dartmouth class. At the end of the fall quarter, the class, accompanied by Senior Lecturer Charles Wheelan '88, traveled to India. While there, students spent two weeks meeting with local policy leaders who could help inform their topic of study.
A short segment of Casler's article:

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