Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Sadat Dardovski is a 2020 graduate of Indiana University with a concentration in Criminal Justice and dual minors in Spanish Language and Psychology. At Indiana, he focused his academic coursework on criminal justice reform, law & policy and drugs in society. He is particularly interested in the role that public policy and law play in the role of business. Sadat has a background in data analysis and a particular interest in how government and private businesses work together to solve complex problems. Sadat is a current first year graduate student at the University of Georgia receiving his Master’s in Public Administration. He’s focusing his academic coursework on Public Policy and its role in government and private business. While completing his Master’s he’s teaching an Intro to Political Science class within the School of Public and International Affairs (SPIA). He hopes to hone his expertise in data analysis and better prepare himself for when he enters the workforce.


Bachelor of Arts, Indiana University-Bloomington, Criminal Justice

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Specialization: Generalist

Relevant Work Experience:

  • Dept. of Public Administration & Policy, Graduate Teaching & Research Assistant, Athens, GA August 2020
    • Responsible for teaching and performing teaching-related duties to assist faculty members, professors, department heads and other faculty.
    • Collaborate with supervisors and colleagues to develop educational lesson plans and course material.
    • Deliver key lectures and facilitate cognitive/affective learning for 60+ undergraduate students.
    • Act as classroom liaison for both students and professors.
  • Amazon, Operation & Supply Chain Intern-Loss Prevention, Chicago, IL June 2019 – August 2019
    • Coordinate data collection through database polling and data entry from multiple fulfillment centers.
    • Conduct data analysis to generate strategic and tactical interpretations based on findings.
    • Assist with investigations of internal and external theft and fraud.
    • Manage access controls within the fulfillment center to reduce the risk of unauthorized data access.
    • Created a statistical model to predict internal theft in order to create stronger asset protection strategies and implemented on an enterprise wide level.
  • University of Amsterdam, Law & Social Science Intern May 2019 – June 2019
    • Participated in a 6-week Dutch immersion program aimed at studying the Dutch criminal justice system with regards to drug use, rehabilitation and the likelihood of recidivism.
    • Conduct field research with a team of experts on the effectiveness of drug rehabilitation programs in Amsterdam.
    • Use statistical analysis to determine which geographical locations are most affected by drug use and whether the likelihood of recidivism varies within these areas.
    • Compare differing models of drug enforcement & policing to better understand and combat the rising rates of opiate use within the United States.