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Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA)
The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA) educates the public policy leaders of tomorrow. The Institute offers a remarkably flexible but challenging academic curriculum, blended with substantial hands-on, practical experience.
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(2019-05)A CIPA Capstone student examined the trauma exposure of refugee interpreters in mental health services. A literature review established the negative mental health effects associated with working as a mental health interpreter ...
(2019-05)A CIPA Capstone team assisted the Ithaca Health Alliance (IHA) in developing recruitment strategies for medical practitioners locally to address the need for more free clinic services. Based on interviews and background ...
(2019-05)In consultation with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), a CIPA Capstone team conducted research on the air quality and public health effects of wildfires. They found a positive association between wildfire ...
A Comparative Study of Pedestrian Fatalities and New Car Assessment Programs in the U.S. and Japan (2019-05)In consultation with the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO), a CIPA Capstone student researched trends in pedestrian fatalities from 2008-2017 using the Fatality Analysis Reporting System. Research reflected a ...
(2019-05)A CIPA Capstone student team worked with the Agricultural Association of Growers and Exporters of the Copiapo Valley in Chile (APECO) this semester to design an implementation plan and an evaluation plan for their school ...