Dr. Scott Fritzen, University of Washington, shared his view on the difference between Fulbright School of Public Policy Management and other Public Policy schools in the world.
“There are very few programs of Public Policy around the world that have faculty as engaged in public policy debate with the public in the public sphere with policy makers as the Fulbright School’s faculty right now.
This is a very precious creation here that the faculty have innovated in terms of reaching out to policy makers and finding ways of making their contributions, of being a bridge between the academic research world and public policy application and public problem solving.”
“And specifically for the Fulbright School of Public Policy Management, there’s also the sense that there’s a desire to benchmark against good practices all around the world in the field of public policy education while even being willing to go beyond them and to explore new ways.”
Dr. Scott Fritzen possesses 15 years experience teaching at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (Singapore). He was the Associate Provost at New York University’s portal campus in Shanghai. He is now the faculty of the Evans School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Washington (top 4 Public Policy School in America).