Center for American Politics and Public Policy (CAPPP)
The(CAPPP) is committed to promoting research on American politics and public policy, and to providing ideas, scholarship and knowledge to policy makers and other interested publics in California and the nation.
CAPPP promotes research at the faculty, graduate, and undergraduate levels. The center supports a Faculty Research Fellowship program. Fellowships are awarded for an academic year to assist UCLA faculty in initiating, conducting, and completing research focusing on politics and/or public policy in the United States.
Graduate Research Fellowships are also awarded each year. Graduate fellows work on their own projects and assist faculty research. CAPPP sponsors an annual Speakers Series on a topic of general interest to scholars and the public. In addition, faculty research fellows organize speakers programs focused on topics related to their individual research projects.
At the undergraduate level, the Quarter in Washington program helps promising students take a first step toward becoming scholars. The program enables UCLA students to carry out an original research project related to the policy making processes of the federal government. Participants combine upper division coursework and part-time field placements with an intensive research seminar. As students learn social science research methods, they develop a topic of their choice from initial proposal to final papers presented before distinguished discussants.
- Joel Aberbach, Director
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