Alumni Spotlight: Po-Yu Yuen, Masters of Regional and Urban Policy
Research Analyst, Sustainable Energy Advantage, LLC

Why did you choose to study at the School of Public Policy & Urban Affairs?
The diversity the program offers. The MURP program exposes students to a broad range of urban issues: transportation, environment and energy, economic development, housing, etc. It provides a great degree of flexibility that allows students to develop a program that caters to their academic and professional goals.

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Webinar Wednesday, May 13, 2015
12:00 - 1:00 pm EDT

The School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs is a proud member of the PPIA Program. Alumni of the PPIA Junior Summer Institute who are admitted to the School are entitled to a $5,000 scholarship.

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