State Representative Dave Reed, who was elected Majority Leader in November 2014, returns to Fels on Sunday, May 17, as the Fels graduation speaker.  Representative Reed, a scholar-athlete from Indiana County, was graduated from the Fels Institute in 2001, where he began his first campaign...

Tell us a bit about your hometown.

I’m from Montclair, New Jersey. Situated in the Northeastern part of the State, about 6 miles from Newark and 12 from Manhattan, Montclair is best known for the Montclair State University, Yogi Berra Museum, State-renowned Montclair Art...

Tell us a bit about your hometown.

I have the privilege of having two hometowns.  I was born and partly raised in a remote village in the south eastern region of Nigeria before emigrating to Buffalo, New York, when I was eleven years old. The small village, Akirika...

With technology rapidly advancing and the start-up culture growing, disruptive ideas are challenging traditional models of business—forcing governments and institutions to rethink their policies and regulations. Now, more than ever before, the need for cross-sector collaboration is vital for new...

This past week, Bill Moen (Class of 2011), Senator Cory Booker's South Jersey director, accompanied the senator to the Coriell Institute for Medical Research in Camden, New Jersey, where Susan Delaney (Class of 2009) is director of government affairs and policy (pictured together here).

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Written By: Callie Woods (SAS '15)

Months of hard work and preparation finally paid off this weekend as civic-minded students from across the country came together to compete at the Fourth Annual Public Policy Challenge National Invitational in Philadelphia.

Paula...

Professor John DiIulio, a professor and member of the Fels Academic Committee, has gained attention for his book, entitled Bring Back the Bureaucrats....

Read about the 2015 Penn Public Policy Challenge Finalists in our Meet the Teams series this week, and watch the teams compete in the Finals on March 1st at 1PM at WHYY Studios. RSVP HERE for the Finals...

Fels Alumnus Matt Thornton (MGA '03) has recently been appointed Communications Director for Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC). Since graduating...

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