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MPA Student Organizations

Cornell Policy Review

The Cornell Policy Review is the official public policy journal of the MPA Program within the Brooks School of Public Policy at Cornell University. Originally founded in the spring of 1996 as The Current, The Cornell Policy Review is now an online journal run by Masters in Public Administration students who serve as both editors and contributors. The Review is proud to be affiliated with the Brooks School of Public Policy and Cornell University at large.

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The Review Executive Board, 2023-2024


Cornell Public Affairs Society (CPAS)

The mission of CPAS is to provide MPA students with equal access to opportunities and experiences that will enhance their professional, interpersonal, and leadership skills to prepare them for a successful career in public affairs. All CPAS events, including those funded by GPSA, are open to the entire Cornell graduate community.

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CPAS Executive Board, 2023-2024

Yanyan Shen headshot.Emiriana Stanishja headshot.Coco Yue headshot.Ziyi Lian headshot.
Yanyan Shen,

Yanzhao Li,
Vice President of Internal Relations

Emiriana Stanishja,
Vice President of External Relations
Coco Yue,
Ziyi Lian,

Women in Public Policy (WIPP)

WIPP is a graduate student-led organization that provides a space for all by furthering the understanding of women’s roles in public affairs and policy both within the United States and abroad. WIPP aims to tackle barriers to entry for women in the public sector, bring women together from across Cornell’s campus, discuss policy and current events, and highlight the skills and professional careers of our members and alumni.

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WIPP Executive Board, 2023-2024

Abigail Schmitt headshot.Mollie Montague headshot.Katie Farrell headshot. Michaela Friend headshot.Coco Yue headshot.
Abigail Schmitt,
Mollie Montague,
Katie Farrell,
Vice President
Michaela Friend,
Coco Yue,