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The Teaching Assistant Professor in Public Policy at the Korbel School’s Scrivner Institute will be responsible for teaching six 10-week courses over three quarters per academic year that contribute directly to the Korbel School’s curriculum in Public Policy at both the undergraduate and Master’s levels. We are especially interested in candidates who are equipped to teach a subset of the following core public policy courses at both the undergraduate and Master’s levels: public policy analysis; cost-benefit analysis; quantitative methods for public policy; public management and budget; and program design, implementation, and evaluation.

In addition, both the undergraduate major in Public Policy and the Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree have great potential to grow in terms of both innovative programming and enrollment. Ideally, the candidate would also be able to offer additional core courses related to in-demand specializations in public policy, such as (but not limited to): comparative urban public policy; labor and workforce policy; housing policy; and race, inequality, and public policy.

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