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Academic Life at Cornell: "Hard" Vs. "Intellectually Challenging"

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Student Spotlight: William LaRose

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Fall 2018 Capstone: Tourism in Popayan, Colombia

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Fall 2018 Capstone: Developing a Business Plan for an Afghan Coffee Start-Up

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Fall 2018 Capstone: Studying Source of Income Discrimination for Tompkins County Housing

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Academic Life at Cornell: "Hard" Vs. ...

Sarah Brown is a first-year CIPA student.  An organic farmer from Washington State, she spent last year in a small village in Hungary as a Fulbright ...
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Student Spotlight: William LaRose

Will LaRose is a masters candidate in public administration with a concentration in public and non-profit management. He comes to Cornell after ...
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Fall 2018 Capstone: Tourism in Popayan, ...

Cornell MPA students have the opportunity to complete a capstone project during their second year of study. For these projects, students apply what ...
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Fall 2018 Capstone: Developing a Business ...

CIPA students have the opportunity to complete a capstone project during their second year of study. For these projects, students apply what they ...
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Fall 2018 Capstone: Studying Source of ...

CIPA students have the opportunity to complete a capstone project during their second year of study. For these projects, students apply what they ...
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5 Reasons Returned Peace Corps Volunteers ...

Are you a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer (RPCV) seeking an experiential, cutting-edge graduate degree that will enable you to make a real difference? ...
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Alumni Q&A: Mauricio Cortes

Mauricio Cortes graduated from CIPA in May of 2017 with a concentration in Public and Nonprofit Management. He is now employed by the US Department ...
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Students Reflect on the 2018 Cyber Policy ...

This CIPA team including (l to r) Anshuman Gupta ’20, Khyatee Tewari ’20, Nida Mahmud ’19, and Bauyrzhan Aigarinov ’20, received the “Best Decision ...
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Why I Short-Listed the Cornell MPA Program

Mohamed El Messidy is a first-year CIPA student from Egypt.  A graduate of the American University in Cairo, he earned his undergraduate degree in ...
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Gender Equality is Focus of Summer ...

Claudia Ro is a second-year CIPA student who is concentrating her studies on human rights and social justice.  She describes herself as being “the ...
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