Institute for Public Administration

 

The Institute for Public Administration(IPA) is a research and public services center in the University of Delaware School of Public Policy & Administration.

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  • Scott, Marcia; Michalowski, Allison (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-11)
    As part of the Mobility in Motion outreach process to update the State of Delaware’s Coordinated Public-Transit–Human Services Transportation Plan, IPA developed three map-based crowdsourcing tools on first- and last-mile ...
  • Scott, Marcia; James, Kelly (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-11)
    This policy brief is part of a series that was developed as part of the Mobility in Motion outreach process to update the State of Delaware’s Coordinated Public-Transit—Human Services Transportation Plan. This policy brief ...
  • Timmreck, Alexa (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-11)
    This policy brief by the Institute for Public Administration was prepared for the Delaware Transit Corporation, a division of the Delaware Department of Transportation that operates DART First State Transit. The brief was ...
  • Timmreck, Alexa; Noonan Davis, Sarah (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-09)
    This policy brief by the Institute for Public Administration was prepared for the Delaware Transit Corporation, a division of the Delaware Department of Transportation that operates DART First State Transit. It examines ...
  • Bruch, Sarah; Qaissaunee, Haley; Wrease, Alexis (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-10)
    For over a quarter century, Delaware has witnessed consistent, sizable educational opportunity disparities for students with low-income status, English-learner status (EL), or disability status and for students who are ...
  • Barnes, Philip J.; Akiba, Kohei (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-08)
    Interviews were conducted with local officials in Delaware to understand how they acquire knowledge of climate impacts and whether that knowledge informs local development and administrative decisions. The analysis shows ...
  • Scott, Marcia; O'Hanlon, Julia; Timmreck, Alexa; Littmann, Danielle; Matera, Madison (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-07-07)
    This Coordinated Public Transit–Human Services Transportation Plan, or “Coordinated Plan,” for the State of Delaware was developed through a participatory planning process and serves as a strategic framework for addressing ...
  • O'Hanlon, Julia; Scott, Marcia; Timmreck, Alexa (2020-07)
    This policy brief by the Institute for Public Administration was prepared for the Delaware Transit Corporation, a division of the Delaware Department of Transportation that operates DART First State Transit. It explores ...
  • Moore, Leann; Brice, Dabney; Sherretz, Kelly (Institute for Public Administration, 2020-06-01)
    This brief is the culmination of the Institute for Public Administration’s work with the Delaware Manufacturing Extension Partnership. Prepared for the Delaware Division of Libraries (DDL), this brief begins by describing ...
  • Chesser, Margaret Culpepper (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-12)
    A school-based health center (SBHC), also referred to as a student wellness center, is a method of healthcare delivery that provides school-aged youth with comprehensive physical, mental, and preventive health services ...
  • O'Malley, Fran (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-12)
    In February 2019, the Democracy Project (DP) of the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA) convened Delaware’s first Summit on Civics Education. The report provides the background leading to ...
  • Kelly, Christopher G.; O'Hanlon, Julia; Sherretz, Kelly; Velez, Jessica (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-11)
    At the recommendation of the House Resolution 39 Statewide Afterschool Initiative Learning Task Force, the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA) conducted a landscape analysis and needs assessment ...
  • Kelly, Christopher; Chesser, Margaret Culpepper; Mix, Troy (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-09)
    As part of the state of Delaware’s Government Efficiency and Accountability Review, the Office of State Planning Coordination (OSPC) contracted with the University of Delaware’s Institute for Public Administration (IPA) ...
  • DeCoursey, Willian J.; Bruan, Davis; Oza, Jeel (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-10)
    This pilot project study was intended to demonstrate that assessing the adequacy of an area’s pedestrian lighting need not be an expensive, time-consuming, or overly complicated process.
  • O'Hanlon, Julia (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-10)
    Between October 2017 and June 2018, a literature review was conducted and meetings with community leaders and stakeholders of two Sussex County communities were hosted to help identify the communities’ capacity to promote ...
  • Mix, Troy; Schenk, Ellen (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-08)
    Funded by the Joshua M. Freeman Foundation, this report details the results of an IPA analysis of the economic and non-economic impacts of The Freeman Stage’s programming from 2008 to 2018. Included within are quantitative ...
  • Michalowski, Allison; Scott, Marcia (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-07)
    Why are some individuals healthier than others? Social determinants of health—conditions where people live, work, and play—affect a wide range of quality of life outcomes. Poorly designed physical environments, sedentary ...
  • O'Neill, Sean (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-10)
    At the request of the Town of Middletown, Delaware, the Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware has developed this Mixed-Use Zone Report. This report is meant to be used as an informational ...
  • O'Neill, Sean; Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M.; Mix, Troy; Czepiel, Chris; Braun, Davis (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-05-06)
    The Town of Camden has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. Much of the land annexed during this time has been developed or is in the process of being developed. Camden’s population has grown substantially from ...
  • DeCoursey, William J.; Mix, Troy; Oza, Jeel (Institute for Public Administration, 2018-08)
    Commissioned by the Delaware Department of Transportation, this report details the results of an IPA analysis of the Complete Community Enterprise District (CCED) legislation, which was signed into Delaware law in May 2016. ...

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