The CIPA Capstone is a semester-long program designed for second-year Fellows. For each Capstone project, Fellows form consulting teams that propose relevant and actionable solutions to the problem at hand. The Capstone projects are multidisciplinary and experiential in nature, and Fellows have opportunities to learn from each other and from resources across the University, as well as from CIPA’s contacts in the field.

Recent Submissions

  • Tompkins County New York Budget Priority Setting, Performance Measurement, Shared Services, and Charter Revision Report Fall 2011 

    Brea, Dubary; Burridge, Theresa; Chavez, Nicole; Cheng, Marilyn; Chiu, Byron; Christensen, Eric; Davis, Adam; Edelman, Miriam; Funk, Alyssa; Gradie, Hunter; Hawkins, Marquis; Hay, Toniqua; Kettler, Eugene; Majestic, Nicole; Metzgar, Matthew; Mohlie, Eliza; Naruse, Yusuke; Petry, Abigail; Reynolds, Jillian; Strauss, Carolyn; Zwick, Austin (2011-12)
    The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs fall 2011 domestic Capstone course was engaged in a project sponsored by the Tompkins County Chamber of Commerce with the purpose of identifying ways to improve local government and ...


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