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Stephanie Yu is UVM Fellow

Public Assets Institute is pleased to be making a new connection with the University of Vermont. Policy analyst Stephanie Yu has joined the UVM faculty as a Public Policy and Community Research Fellow at the university’s Center for Research on Vermont.

According to the Center’s recent press release, its mission is “to support, foster and make accessible research in the Vermont ‘laboratory’—research that provides original knowledge to the world and research that adds to understanding of the state’s social, economic, cultural and physical environment.”

Steph is one of five Fellows this academic year who will collaborate with UVM faculty on research of mutual interest, appear as guest lecturers in relevant classes, and mentor and advise students.

At Public Assets, Steph researches and writes about a variety of Vermont tax, budget, and economic issues that affect the lives of Vermonters, especially low- and moderate-income residents. As a UVM Fellow, Steph will provide an important link between Public Assets’ fiscal research and analysis and UVM students, staff, and faculty.

Posted by Paul Cillo on October 27, 2016 at 3:59 pm

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