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Institute Summer Fellows Program

The Summer Exchange Program (SEP brings students from sister campuses to the WJU campus for the purpose of giving participating students access to the Capitol in a distinctive immersion program. The Summer Exchange Course will provide a five-week long intensive summer internship, along with a hands-on curriculum, for students who will receive 5 credits for the experience. The 2019 Summer Exchange Program for Public…

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Public Policy Institute Launch – Oct. 18th

On Thursday, October 18th 2018, William Jessup University will hold the launch event for the newly established Institute for Public Policy. The IPP will  creates resources, brings stakeholders together, and provides research-based solutions for policy makers in local and state government. This event will be held at the Rocklin Campus of William Jessup University. For more information on this event contact Phillip Escamilla,

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Center for Veteran Affairs

Veterans who serve our country with honor can struggle with adjustment with civilian life.  The IPP Veterans Affairs Center works in conjunction with the Veteran Center at the WJU campus to conduct research and create awareness around the unique needs of veterans.

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Institute Events

William Jessup University will host the National Day of Prayer Breakfast in commemoration of the National Day of Prayer, slated for February 6, 2019, beginning at 7 a.m. The Institute for Public Policy works with K-LOVE and Air1 Radio as sponsors of this typically sold-out event to Placer County.   Recent keynote speakers have included  President and Founder of Strategic Renewal, Daniel Henderson and…

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Department of Public Policy

The Public Policy Department is an academic unit of the Faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences/Visual and Performing Arts, which prepares leaders to find their voice and impact the region, state, nation and world.  The Public Policy Department oversees four undergraduate programs (Public Policy, Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Online, and Public Administration) and one graduate degree, an upcoming masters degree in 2020.  

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Court Clergy Project

The Court-Clergy Project supports outreach and research efforts of the Sacramento Court-Clergy Conference.  At the Fifth Annual Court Clergy Conference in October 2018, WJU President John Jackson is moderating a panel entitled: “Building Bridges in Polarizing Times” in which he will engages in dialogue with two nationally-known experts in the fields of religous liberty and  LGBTQ rights: Dr. Robin Wilson, co-author of “Religious Freedom,…

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Center for Innovation

The Jessup Center for Innovation is an initiative of an interdisciplinary team of faculty members from the Faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences, along with other academic units, that works on a number of individual research projects and initiatives. The Center for Innovation also manages the Student Exchange Program, which is a five week summer intensive internship experience for students at the Capitol…

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Institute for Public Policy

The Jessup Institute for Public Policy (IPP) exists to contribute innovative and interdisciplinary research to help provide integrated solutions for policy makers at the local, state, and national levels.

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