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Engagement

The Georgetown Global Cities Initiative (GGCI) celebrates research, practice and service that explore the interdisciplinary themes associated with urbanization. This range of engagement—a compelling expression of the passion and expertise of our faculty—manifests both our international networks and our commitment to our role as a leading anchor institution in Washington, DC, our own urban environment. GGCI welcomes all Georgetown stakeholders with interests that intersect with or could enrich our mission. To get involved, please contact globalcities@georgetown.edu. The following themes describe clusters of ongoing work at Georgetown that constitute the initiative. We look forward to updating these themes as our dialogue proceeds.

GGCI Visiting Fellows

Every year, GGCI invites a distinguished guest from outside the university into our dialogue. Previous Visiting Fellows include Angela Glover...

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Annual Student Research Summit

The Annual GGCI Student Research Summit is an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students from all schools at Georgetown to present and share...

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Global Cities Scholars Program

The Global Cities Scholars Program is a community of student researchers advancing critical discourse of cities and global urbanization at Georgetown...

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State and Local Government Policy and Law

The Georgetown Program on State and Local Policy and Law was launched to serve as both a think tank and as a means for students to explore and pursue...

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Asian Cities and Urban Settlers

The Asian Cities and Urban Settlers (ACUS) project is an ongoing interdisciplinary collaboration to learn from the experience of people in marginal...

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The Georgetown Urban Health Collaborative

The collaborative is designed to bring together faculty who are committed to employing their social epidemiology experience to address health...

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Place Leadership Project

A community-based participatory research project exploring place leadership and place management in the metropolitan Washington, DC region.

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