We now know how Joe Biden will be spending some of his time after January 20th. He’s going to partner with the University of Delaware in a policy program.

FOX News reports:

Biden plans University of Delaware partnership

Vice President Joe Biden is developing a partnership with the University of Delaware that will focus on economic and domestic policy, a Biden aide said Wednesday, rounding out the vice president’s plans for after he leaves the White House.

In addition to working with the Delaware school, Biden’s alma mater, he also plans an affiliation with the University of Pennsylvania. The Ivy League school in the state of his birth will house Biden’s activities on foreign policy and global engagement initiatives, said the aide, who requested anonymity because the partnership hasn’t yet been publicly announced.

The two partnerships shed new light on how Biden will spend his time as a private citizen after more than four decades in public office. First elected to the Senate in 1972, Biden served there until becoming the vice president in 2009.

Over the years, Biden has focused intensely on foreign policy, becoming the Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairman, and on domestic issues including violence against women and middle-class economic issues. All are expected to remain part of Biden’s work after the Obama administration.