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  • Public Policy Program
    Public Policy All recent Stanford alumni from any major are encouraged to apply Early application deadline 1 30 16 final applications due by 4 15 2016 Click Here To Apply Where will a Public Policy degree take you Anywhere you want Public Policy grads go on to careers in law finance private and NGO management local government and much more Click Here For Newsletters Welcome Back to Campus Here s to an exciting Autumn Quarter Upcoming Events 2015 Alumni Reception Welcome home alums See what Public Policy faculty alumni and students are doing Previous Slide Next Slide Carousel End Student of the Month Dec 1 2015 Student of the Month Jacob Lopez Jacob Lopez is a second year graduate student from Glendora California He is pursuing a joint degree from the Graduate School of Education and the Public Policy Program He has worked extensively in public education both abroad and at home Before coming to Stanford Jacob was a Peace Corps Student of the Month Archives Alumni Stay involved Connect with Public Policy Like us on Facebook and join our LinkedIn group for updates Share your story and find out what other program alumni are up to Contact us to

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  • Program Leadership | Public Policy Program
    qualified lecturers and academic staff All members of the Public Policy Program Leadership Team are dedicated to seeing Stanford students thrive and become leaders as the next generation of policy makers Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us Gregory L Rosston Director Public Policy Program Deputy Director and Senior Fellow Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research Professor of Economics by courtesy Office Room 205 Phone 650 725 0722 Email grosston stanford edu Meredith Appelbaum Student Services Manager Office Room 108 Phone 650 721 6594 Email mappelbaum stanford edu Lanhee Chen Director of Domestic Policy Studies and Lecturer Office HHMB Room 122 Phone 650 723 0306 Email lanhee chen stanford edu Marcelo Clerici Arias Honors Director Office Landau Economics Room 146 Phone 650 724 1364 Email marcelo stanford edu Katie DuPlessis Department Administrator Office Room 106 Phone 650 736 2319 Email katiej2 stanford edu Joe Nation Professor of the Practice Office Room 109 Phone 650 724 9532 Email jnation stanford edu Alyssa J O Brien Lecturer and Writing Specialist Office Sweet Hall Room 319 Phone 650 723 3802 Email aobrien stanford edu Anna Schuessler Student Services Specialist Office Room 104 Email annas7 stanford edu Mary Sprague

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  • Alumni | Public Policy Program
    a rigorous and innovative interdisciplinary program Stay connected with Stanford and the Public Policy Program by visiting the links on this page Like us on Facebook and join our LinkedIn group for updates from the program and to find out about interesting events Feel free to contact us for information about how to get involved attend local events and support the next cadre of policy makers Program Newsletter This 2015 Newsletter is filled with information on graduates events alumni updates and program news We are thrilled to be able to stay connected to our program alumni now spanning 35 years of graduates Download 2015 Newsletter Archives Featured Alum Dec 11 2015 Featured Alum Winter 2015 16 Cyrus Pinto Class of 13 B A Cyrus is currently working at a Stanford founded startup called OpenGov Surrounded by fellow Stanford alumni and Stanford student interns he is helping bring the magic of Silicon Valley to Washington DC and Sacramento His intellectual pursuits span autonomous vehicle technology energy Share your story Give to Public Policy We desperately need your help to support the next generation of policy makers and analysts It s never been easier to make a big impact on the future

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  • Publications | Public Policy Program
    Impact Initiative Molly Cain Jazmin Harper Jordan Richards Mackenzie Stein 2015 Implementing Math Acceleration Under Common Core Brendon Austin Krista Bailey Oscar Carvente Mariama Mallah 2015 Improving Government Performance Indicators for the City of Cupertino Jeremy Aidem Davanh Chandarasane Sophia Ginez Patrick Quigley 2014 Fulfilling Coleman s Promise California Prisons and the Mentally Ill Post Realignment Kevin Jason 2014 Addressing Homelessness in Silicon Valley Lessons Learned from Other Metropolitan Regions Chris Baldock Mary Bass Hannah Kauffman Hunter Kodama Daniel Tublin 2014 Business Tax Credit Utilization Implications for California Policy Enrikson Eugenio Kendall Fisher Olivia Hu Ryan Leupp Amanda Levin 2014 The Immediate and Long Term Impact of Practicum Experiences on Students Mary Sprague Stanford University R Cameron Percy Avenace Incorporated 2014 An Evaluation of Funding Alternatives for Stem Cell Research in California Austin Block Amber Farrell Adam Khorakiwala Anjali Kumar Philip Nazarian 2014 Analyzing Potential Cost Savings Resulting from Stem Cell Therapies funded by California s Proposition 71 Jin Cho Jeremy Miranda Christina Wang Stacey Wong 2014 A Cost Benefit Analysis of Criminal Record Expungement in Santa Clara County Meyli Chapin Alon Elhanan Matthew Rillera Audrey Solomon Tyler Woods 2014 Building a Model for States to Price K 12 Online Courses Scott Ferron Paige Gonye Adeeb Sahar Kyle Vandenberg Connor Van Gessel 2014 Report for the Advisory Council on Child Trafficking Comparing Legislation to Expert Opinion Joshua Bowman Ilya Gaidarov Ishan Puri Jessica Savoie Shahrnaz Zarafshar 2014 What Can Massachusetts Teach Washington D C Explaining Variation in Student Achievement Across the United States of America Roman Larson 2014 Developing a Plan for Sustainability for the City of Palo Alto Jason Bade Faith Begay Kara Runsten Alysha Sayall 2013 2013 Public Policy Newsletter 2013 Impact of Social Networks on Political Contributions Aman Naimat 2013 Exploring the Feasibility and Implementation of a

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  • Major | Public Policy Program
    to coordinate these meetings Preparatory Coursework 34 units Students must complete 34 units of preparatory coursework in math and economics At most 10 units of preparatory coursework may be taken as credit no credit with the exception of MATH 51 ECON 50 and ECON 51 which must be taken for a letter grade ECON 1 Principles of Economics MATH 51 Linear Algebra and Differential Calculus of Several Variables ECON 50 Economic Analysis I ECON 51 Economic Analysis II ECON 102A Introduction to Statistical Methods Postcalculus for Social Scientists ECON 102B Applied Econometrics One of the following MS E 180 Organizations Theory and Management PSYCH 70 Introduction to Social Psychology PSYCH 138 Wise Interventions Core Courses 23 25 units All core courses must be completed for a letter grade Variable unit classes should be taken for 5 units for a total of 23 to 25 units depending on the advanced empirical methods course chosen PUBLPOL 101 Politics and Public Policy One of the following ethics courses PUBLPOL 103C Justice PUBLPOL 134 and PUBLPOL 103E Ethics on the Edge Business Non profit Organizations Government and Individuals and Ethics on the Edge Public Policy Core Seminar when these two courses are taken together they fulfill this requirement PUBLPOL 104 Economic Policy Analysis One of the following Writing in the Major WIM courses PUBLPOL 106 Law and Economics PUBLPOL 154 Politics and Policy in California PUBLPOL 156 Health Care Policy and Reform One of the following advanced empirical methods courses ECON 102C Advanced Topics in Econometrics PUBLPOL 105 Empirical Methods in Public Policy PUBLPOL 303D Applied Econometrics for Public Policy STATS 202 Data Mining and Analysis Preferred advanced empirical methods course for Public Policy students Concentration 15 units The 15 units of concentration coursework completed for a letter grade must be approved by a

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  • Minor | Public Policy Program
    double counting courses the requirements for a minor differ according to the student s major requirements Therefore it is required that you review your course plans with a program administrator Please contact Anna Schuessler at annas7 stanford edu or 650 736 7567 to coordinate this meeting For full instructions on declaring a minor and the related requirements please see this page on the Stanford Student Affairs website Required Coursework ECON 1 Principles of Economics ECON 50 Economic Analysis I ECON 51 Economic Analysis II ECON 102A Introduction to Statistical Methods Postcalculus for Social Scientists ECON 102B Applied Econometrics PUBLPOL 104 Economic Policy Analysis One of the following depending on major degree requirements PUBLPOL 101 Politics and Public Policy for students whose major requires no courses in economics or political science PUBLPOL 106 Law and Economics for Political Science majors PUBLPOL 103C Justice or PUBLPOL 134 and PUBLPOL 103E Ethics on the Edge Lecture and Seminar for Sociology majors Please note that Public Policy students are never required to take a course which duplicates material they have already mastered Students may by petition substitute a different course for a requirement whose material may be duplicative This flexibility does not reduce the number of units 35 required for the minor Because Public Policy minor requirements may vary depending on a student s major requirements it is required that you review your course plans with a program administrator For Economics Majors Economics majors are permitted to double count ECON 1 Principles of Economics ECON 50 Economic Analysis I and ECON 51 Economic Analysis II because such courses satisfy only introductory skill requirements for the Economics major Economics majors should consider taking PUBLPOL 101 PUBLPOL 102 if offered PUBLPOL 103C or any of the alternatives for this class and PUBLPOL 106 to fulfill the

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  • Coterminal Degree | Public Policy Program
    fifth year at Stanford though it is possible to complete an undergraduate and coterminal program in fewer than fifteen quarters The program offers three tracks depending on a student s undergraduate major Each track includes a variety of courses from fields related to public policy and allows students to use electives or a concentration to specialize in a specific field of policy analysis The coterminal MA is also a gateway to the MPP degree program Earning the BA and MPP typically takes at least five years Students considering this option should be familiar with the University s coterminal degree policies and procedures and should consult the director and staff of the Public Policy Program early in their planning Requirements Track A Public Policy majors Additional concentration courses Graduate colloquium Graduate practicum or thesis Upper division electives Track B Econ Majors Graduate core courses Graduate colloquium Upper division electives Track C all other majors Graduate core courses Graduate colloquium Upper division electives All students must complete prerequisites in math and economics View Coterm Requirements How to Apply Application materials Application Statement of purpose Resume Transcript Program proposal Two letters of recommendation Official GRE scores 2015 2016 Deadlines November 12 2015 February

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  • Graduate | Public Policy Program
    to current Stanford seniors and graduate students recent Stanford alumni and external applicants seeking a joint degree The MA is available to current Stanford graduate students The purpose of the master s program is to further develop knowledge and skills in public policy and to prepare students for a professional career or doctoral studies This is achieved through completion of courses in the primary field as well as related areas and experience with independent work and specialization The MPP or MA degree is conferred upon candidates who have demonstrated substantial scholarship and the ability to conduct independent research and analysis in public policy Through completion of advanced course work and rigorous skills training the graduate program prepares students to make original contributions to the knowledge of public policy and to interpret and present the results of such research Admissions The program offers two graduate programs in Public Policy The Master of Public Policy MPP is a two year professional degree and the Master of Arts in Public Policy MA is a one year non professional degree Go to Admissions Degree Requirements The graduate Public Policy core curriculum includes at least 45 units of applied skills in economics quantitative methods organizational

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