"The MU IPP staff are valuable members of our public health team. They assist with grant applications, program evaluation, and provide ongoing technical assistance. Our collaborative team approach engages state and local partners and has gained national attention." Patti Van Tuinen, Adolescent Health Coordinator for the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
February 28, 2014: IPP has been hired as consultants for the Boone County Children’s Services Fund and will guide the board of directors as they conduct a series of community input sessions, key informant interviews, and agency-level surveys. The fund will generate $6 million annual for local children’s services.
Students in my Public Policy Processes and Strategies class during the fall of 2013 were required to work in groups of three or four on a public policy issue about which they shared a passion. The class was divided evenly between students in the Master of Public Affairs (MPA) and the Master of Public Health (MPH) programs.