The Schroeder Center for Health Policy is pleased to support graduate study in public policy through the generous contributions of Cliff and Lois Schroeder. Each year, the Center awards fellowships to students with exceptionally strong academic backgrounds who plan to pursue careers in health and healthcare policy. Among the current class of M.P.P. students in the Thomas Jefferson Program in Public Policy, the following student has been recognized with a Schroeder Center Fellowship:
Daniel Strubler, a first year M.P.P. student, graduated with distinction in May 2014 from the University of Virginia (UVA) with a B.A. in Economics and Foreign Affairs. While at UVA, Daniel wrote a thesis that won the Emmerich-Wright Prize for Most Outstanding Undergraduate Thesis in Politics. His thesis focused on an econometric approach to public social expenditure and inequality reduction in OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) countries from 1983-2009. Following graduation, Daniel intends to pursue a career in the private sector that uses both his quantitative and qualitative research skills.
Past Graduate Assistants: