IPCE Inducts New Undergrads into UPPF Program

24 undergraduate students will participate in the fellowship program this year

IPCE, in partnership with the African American Academic Network (AAAN) and Latin American Recruitment and Education Services (LARES), is pleased to welcome the 2018-19 cohort of undergraduate students to the Urban Public Policy Fellowship (UPPF) program.

The 24 UPPF fellows will attend seminars covering the areas of public policy-making, advocacy, community development, and service provision. They will also complete a valuable internship experience and will further enrich their education through a comprehensive research project. The Fellows will present these research projects in the spring.

The following students were accepted as fellows for the 2018-19 academic year:
Cristian Baeza                                         Khaleah Griffin
Regina Baker                                           Folashade Idowu
Emmanuel Bates                                    Karina Magana Manzo
Lacreshia Birts                                        Ogechi Oparah
Nancy Camacho                                     Chioma Linda Onoh
Jose Castro                                               Mariana Perdomo
Karen Cruz                                                Tyler Portis
Adam Davis                                               Eduardo Ruiz
Frederique Desrosiers                         Savanna Torres
Brian Dunn                                                Nadine Toussaint
Giovanni Garcia                                       Moriam Yarrow
Jeffrey Gonzales                                     Juan Zavala