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Policy Advocacy Clinic Seminar

SPI 490

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The Policy Advocacy Clinic provides a unique offering for students to learn about and participate in the policymaking process. This one-year, two semester experience includes two core components: a fall semester academic seminar, and a spring semester clinical program. Students in this seminar will study the policymaking process and learn how to turn social problems into policy solutions. Topics will cover both the academic and practical, ranging from studying public policy theories and structures, to developing the skills needed to engage in policy analysis, campaign planning, power-mapping, SWOT analysis, and the legislative process.
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Section S01