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  • Updating your CV | Faculty & Staff | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    pop up page click Upload File Click Browse to choose your file and click Open when you have selected your PDF Click Upload Make sure your PDF uploaded correctly and click on Save Close to finish your submission A link to your new CV should now appear on your personal page on the main GSPP directory That s it If you have any questions or concerns please email Joshua Jackson Faculty Staff Useful Links GSPP Staff Community Page GSPP Mailing Lists BearBuy Berkeley Brand and Identity Downloads Berkeley Brand and Identity Guidelines Blu Portal eGrades GSPP Room Reservation Calendar PI Portfolio UCB Schedule of Classes 360 Tool GSPP Admissions Application Log In Required Business How to Submit an Invoice for Payment Blucard EPC Reconciliation Form Create New Vendor CSS Contact List CSS Handbook GSPP Letterhead GSPP Letterhead Sample How to Pay Campus Departments Letterhead with UC Seal Research Administration Information with CSS Resources and Quick Tips Submit a Ticket to CSS Transition to CSS Travel Entertainment Forms Travel Entertainment Form Submission Instructions GSPP Letterhead Name in Footer GSPP Letterhead Name in Header Human Resources At Your Service Online CalTime Faculty Staff Directory 2014 Faculty List Hiring a Student Employee Organization

    Original URL path: https://gspp.berkeley.edu/faculty-staff/updating-your-cv (2015-10-12)
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  • Information About GSPP Students | Recruiting Goldman School Students | Career Services | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    behavior Individual and group assignments that emphasize both short turnaround analyses and in depth studies of policy issues Seminars which broaden a student s expertise in emerging fields of public concern Courses which broaden students expertise with advanced public policy tools and methodologies The Goldman School also offers concurrent degree programs with the following UC Berkeley departments Energy and Resources Group Public Health Berkeley Law Engineering International and Area Studies and Social Welfare These degree programs offer students an opportunity to develop more in depth expertise in these specific areas Field Work Professional Preparation GSPP emphasizes practical applications of policy analysis At several key stages in their training students assist policy makers in both public and private organizations Introductory Policy Analysis IPA projects represent field work required of all first year students Small groups of students working under faculty supervision conduct research on and propose solutions to current policy problems facing officials in government not for profit and private organizations Summer internships are required of all students between their first and second year of study Students choose positions as advisors to policymakers and leaders in all levels of government non profit organizations and the private sector both domestically and internationally Advanced Policy Analysis APA projects which serve as the student s master s thesis are conducted by each student during the spring semester of their second year of study These projects involve intensive research and analysis of a selected policy issue or problem sponsored by a real world client in public non profit or private organizations Completed projects include specific policy recommendations and solutions for the client which in many cases have been adopted and implemented into official policies These field work experiences plus the opportunities for interaction with policy practitioners which are available at GSPP throughout the academic year

    Original URL path: https://gspp.berkeley.edu/career-services/recruiting-services/info-about-gspp-students (2015-10-12)
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  • Post a Job at GSPP | Recruiting Goldman School Students | Career Services | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    Policy Please note that GSPP Alumni Job Seekers should use a separate student alumni account Visit the Alumni Job Resources page for more information Post Jobs Internships On Line to GSPPjobs GSPPjobs contains an online job board for employers looking to hire students trained in public policy analysis for both graduate level internships and full time positions GSPPjobs is used daily by over 200 current MPP PhD students as well as over 600 Goldman School MPP PhD Alumni The GSPPjobs job board features include the ability to post jobs on line in real time free of charge a reminder when your job posting is going to expire and the ability to delete or repost the announcement the ability to list multiple recruiter contacts under one organization listing the ability to accept applications on line if this option is selected application materials can be batched and sent to you as a single pdf file Employers are also welcome to email positions directly to goldjobs berkeley edu and a staff member will post the position within the week Online Student Alumni Resume Books GSPPjobs provides 24 7 access to online resume books of current Goldman School students and Goldman School M P P Ph D alumni Employers can search tailored resume books of M P P students seeking internships Graduating M P P Students M P P Alumni and Ph D Students Alumni Each resume book can be sorted and include a keyword search Resume book participation is not required of Goldman students but they are higly encouraged to participate Employer E mail List To be added to our e mail list for employers please create an employer account in GSPPjobs Regional event invitations are sent to GSPPjobs contacts in the region If you have any questions about GSPPjobs please contact a

    Original URL path: https://gspp.berkeley.edu/career-services/recruiting-services/post-a-job-at-gspp (2015-10-12)
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  • Advanced Policy Analysis (APA) | Client-Based Projects | Career Services | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    project is required of all GSPP students in their final spring semester of study in order to complete the Master of Public Policy degree and serves as the student s Master s Thesis Through this project each student consultant conducts a thorough policy analysis of and provides recommendations for complex policy problems decisions and or opportunities facing a client organization with faculty supervision and advice Students identify and weigh policy options generating analysis and recommendations that they present to the client in the form of a written report and presentation If you or someone else in your organization would benefit from having a public policy graduate student analyze and develop recommendations regarding a policy problem faced by your organization we encourage you to consider submitting a proposal You are more than welcome to forward this information to other organizations who might be interested For more details about the APA please review the Letter to Prospective Clients APA Project Timeline August November Submit proposals Clients begin to submit project proposals in August for students to review with most students finalizing their client choices by early November We encourage clients to submit project proposals early during this timeframe In principle relationships between students and clients as well as the basic project scope should be established no later than December 15th January May Project work begins Students begin projects during the week of January 19 2016 although students can begin preliminary work on the project depending on the needs of the client and or the project if mutually agreed upon between the client and student Students are required to attend a weekly seminar with a faculty advisor and another 10 12 students doing their own projects The APA represents 75 30 hours per week of a student s workload in the Spring semester

    Original URL path: https://gspp.berkeley.edu/career-services/client-based-projects/advanced-policy-analysis-apa (2015-10-12)
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  • Introduction to Policy Analysis (IPA) | Client-Based Projects | Career Services | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    to actively engage with student teams We ask each client to meet with the team early in the semester in mid or late January or at the latest early in February and every two weeks more or less thereafter At the first meeting the client should explain the problem suggest sources of information and facilitate access to data and to others that students should talk to interviewing within organizations and efficiently using information in problem analysis are two skills addressed in IPA We also ask clients to read the final report and provide feedback to the students and the faculty advisor as well as complete a brief evaluation of the overall IPA experience Of course many clients have much more interaction than this sometimes meeting weekly with their student groups but this is not required To prevent misunderstanding down the road let us mention two hazards to effective relations between clients and project groups that we have observed in the past As already mentioned we try to avoid projects that involve little more than gathering information whether collecting survey data program descriptions research articles or information about possible funding sources Rather it is best to think of members of the project team as consultants with a fair degree of professional and analytical autonomy who while they may gather a considerable amount of information in the course of the project do so in order to synthesize analyze and develop recommendations It sometimes happens that a client has a preferred solution to some problem and strongly urges it upon students either explicitly or implicitly It is vitally important that clients bring an open mind to the project and take seriously the fresh perspectives that students with the guidance of their faculty mentor may offer Next Steps To get a project on the menu please submit an IPA Proposal Form that describes the project its significance and the analytic questions students will investigate Typical descriptions are one page in length It is helpful if you briefly explain how your organization will make use of the students research and their final report Most project proposals are finalized only after some email back and forth review and editing between IPA staff and project clients About two thirds of proposals are ultimately included on the list of projects offered to students the project menu You can download last year s project menu here Examples of completed projects from earlier years are also available please ask us We will start to review IPA proposal submissions in September after canvassing the students for their policy interests which span energy the environment education urban policy criminal justice defense policy science policy the arts and other topics as well Based on student interests and the policy focus of your proposal we assess its fit with the IPA class We do review on a first come first served basis so the earlier we receive a project the better the chance it will appear on the menu However we will give full

    Original URL path: https://gspp.berkeley.edu/career-services/client-based-projects/introduction-to-policy-analysis-ipa (2015-10-12)
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  • Upcoming Public Leadership Programs | Global & Executive Programs | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    2014 Fellows New MPA One Year Degree Program The Hague Domestic Violence Project Hague DV Recent News The Hague Convention and Domestic Violence Our Staff and Volunteers Special Thanks Mothers What Victims Should Know About the Hague Convention and ICARA Information on the Hague Convention Attorneys Who Consult on Hague Convention Cases Resources for Survivors of Domestic Violence Using Your Computer to Seek Domestic Violence Help Advocates Network of Advocates

    Original URL path: https://gspp.berkeley.edu/global/upcoming-leadership-programs (2015-10-12)
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  • By Areas of Expertise | Faculty & Affiliated Academics | Faculty & Directories | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    Nacht Janet Napolitano Michael O Hare Steven Raphael Robert Reich Larry A Rosenthal Jesse Rothstein Richard M Scheffler Peter H Schuck Janelle Scott Sudha Shetty Allan Sindler Jennifer Skeem Amy Slater Eugene Smolensky Roy Ulrich Steven Weissman Agriculture Alain de Janvry Solomon Hsiang Arts Policy Michael O Hare Budget Finance John Ellwood Michael Flaherman Children Youth and Families Avi Feller Daniel Heimpel Hilary Hoynes David Kirp Jane Mauldon Jennifer Skeem Climate Change Solomon Hsiang Daniel Kammen Communication and Media Roy Ulrich Criminal Justice Amy E Lerman Steven Raphael Jennifer Skeem Demography Jane Mauldon Discrimination Steven Raphael Economic Policy Alexander Gelber Steven Raphael Jesse Rothstein Education Robert Berdahl Avi Feller David Kirp Janet Napolitano Jesse Rothstein Janelle Scott Elections Sarah F Anzia Henry E Brady Energy Renewable and Clean Energy Jennifer M Granholm Daniel Kammen Steven Weissman Engineering Daniel Kammen Environment Lee Friedman Michael W Hanemann Solomon Hsiang Daniel Kammen Michael O Hare Steven Weissman Food Policy Saru Jayaraman Government Sarah F Anzia Henry E Brady Avi Feller Hilary Hoynes Roy Ulrich Health Policy Jennifer Skeem Homeland Security Stephen M Maurer Housing Urban Policy Steven Raphael Larry A Rosenthal Immigration Steven Raphael Industrial Policy Robert Reich Information Technology Jennifer Bussell Innovation Stephen M Maurer International Solomon Hsiang Sudha Shetty Labor and Employment Alexander Gelber Jennifer M Granholm Hilary Hoynes Rucker Johnson Steven Raphael Robert Reich Jesse Rothstein Law Jennifer M Granholm David Kirp Larry A Rosenthal Steven Weissman Leadership and Management Eugene Bardach Janet Napolitano Robert Reich Negotiation Timothy M Dayonot Amy Slater Political Psychology Jack Glaser Politics Sarah F Anzia Henry E Brady Jennifer Bussell Avi Feller David Kirp Amy E Lerman Larry Magid Janet Napolitano Roy Ulrich Poverty Inequality Alain de Janvry Avi Feller Hilary Hoynes Rucker Johnson Steven Raphael Eugene Smolensky Program Evaluation Avi Feller Jane Mauldon Steven

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  • Office Hours | Faculty & Affiliated Academics | Faculty & Directories | Goldman School of Public Policy | University of California, Berkeley
    Office 110 GSPP Main JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours By appointment Jennifer Bussell Office 302 GSPP Main 770 Barrows Phone 510 643 0457 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours By appointment Avi Feller Office 143 GSPP Addition Phone 510 642 2067 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours By Appointment Lee Friedman Office 211 GSPP Main Phone 510 642 7513 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours Wednesday 1 30 pm 3 00 pm Alexander Gelber Office 308 GSPP Main Phone 510 642 0953 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours Thursday 9 am 10 30 am Or by appointment Jack Glaser Office 359 GSPP Addition Phone 510 642 3047 Office JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours By appointment via email Hilary Hoynes Office 345 GSPP Addition Phone 510 642 1166 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours Tuesdays 3 00 pm 5 00 pm Sign up here Daniel Kammen Office ERG 310 Barrows Phone 510 642 1139 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours Wednesday mornings Sign up here Amy E Lerman Office 205A GSPP Main Phone 510 642 1137 Office JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours By appointment Dan N Lindheim JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours By appointment via email Jane Mauldon Office 313 GSPP Main Phone 510 642 3475 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours Monday 2 00 pm 4 00 pm Sign up here Or by appointment Michael Nacht Office 354 GSPP Addition Phone 510 643 4038 JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address Hours By appointment Michael O Hare Office 112 GSPP

    Original URL path: https://gspp.berkeley.edu/directories/faculty/office-hours (2015-10-12)
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