Public Service Clinics link the skills and services of second-year Master of Public Administration (MPA) students with the real-world needs of nonprofit and public agencies. For more than a decade, our students have produced program evaluations, strategic plans, policy analyses, and new program designs. Agencies are invited to submit topic proposals for the 2014-15 projects beginning in July 2014.
How It Works
During the last year of study, MPA students are required to complete a degree or capstone project, which demonstrates mastery of analytic and organizational skills. By participating in Public Service Clinics, students are able to choose from a variety of research topics proposed by regional public and nonprofit agencies. The projects are completed over two academic quarters and work is supervised by experienced Evans School faculty.