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SIPA workshops apply SIPA students' practical skills and analytical knowledge to a real-world issue. Small student consulting teams, under faculty supervision, are assigned a substantive, policy-oriented project with an external client. Each team produces an actionable report and an oral briefing. Workshops give students a chance to refine their skills and knowledge, make a positive contribution, and build a network.

Workshops are required for the Master of International Affairs (MIA), Master of Public Administration (MPA), and Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy (ESP).

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Financial Services Sector Cyber Threats: A Policy Approach to Cyberliteracy-Driven Cybersecurity

Innovations in Wind Technology and Economic Analysis for Wind Energy Integration

Advisor: 
Jeanne M. Fox
Semester: 
Spring 2015

Using Big Data to help make Policy Decisions for New York City

Using Data to Improve Health and Social Service Provision in New York City

Energy Entrepreneurship as an Engine of Growth in Tanzania

Client: 
Zara Solar
Semester: 
Spring 2014

Engendering Democracy in the Digital Age: A Gender Analysis of NDI Technology Programming

Advisor: 
Olle Folke
Semester: 
Spring 2014

Increasing Cyberliteracy as a Response to Cyberthreats: A Policy Approach

Advisor: 
Harry Silver
Semester: 
Spring 2014

U.S.-China Cybersecurity Cooperation

Client: 
Undisclosed
Advisor: 
Roy Kamphausen
Semester: 
Spring 2014
Report: 
Final Report

Using Big Data and Applied Microeconometrics to Improve Policy

Analysis and Evaluation of 311 Data for Risk Assessment

Research Project on New Methods for Data Collection and Analysis and Use -Case Studies: Iraq and Uganda (A joint UNICEF-SIPA initiative)

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