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Location: 3240 Prospect Street, NW Phone: (202) 687.0596 Visit the: Website Browse: Courses Meet: Faculty
Through its programs, research activities, and publications, the Center for Democracy and Civil Society (CDACS) integrates robust theoretical perspectives and rigorous empirical methods, combines domestic and international research and teaching agendas, and brings together scholars and students from diverse national backgrounds and academic disciplines. One of the main current projects of CDACS is the Citizenship, Involvement, Democracy Survey, which will apply and expand upon an innovative European survey about civic engagement and social networks within the context of the United States.
Location: Pre-Clinical Sciences Building, GM-6 Phone: 202-687.1012 Visit the: Website
In the Division of Digital Imaging, Medical Illustration and Graphics (formerly Educational Media) staff create illustrations and figures, design printed materials, create and print roll-up posters and offer many other services in support of research and teaching at Georgetown.
Phone: (202) 965.6612 x210 Visit the: Website Browse: Courses Meet: Staff
Students can participate in Institute for the Study of Diplomacy (ISD) programs in a number of ways – by enrolling in a course offered by an ISD staff member or associate, by attending ISD seminars and conferences, or by meeting with ISD staff and associates to discuss research and career interests.
Location: E.B. Williams Law Library, Third Floor and St. Mary's Hall Phone: (202) 662.9011 Visit the: Website
The Center for Disease Prevention and Health Outcomes is a School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) center within the Linda and Timothy O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, which was jointly founded by NHS and the Law Center. The center focuses on indigenous health, food safety, emergency preparedness and global health governance.
Location: ICC, 650 Phone: (202) 687.6400 Visit the: Website
The work of the Diversity Action Council (DAC) is performed by six committees: Advocacy, which encourages university leaders to adopt diversity-friendly policies and practices; Assessment, which analyzes Georgetown's climate, tradition and practices; Communications, which promotes the work of the council and recruits new members; Programming, which organizes and sponsors campus events; Steering which sets priorities for the DAC and coordinates interaction among committees; and Structure, which develops the rules and hierarchy that governs the DAC.
Location: Law Center Phone: (202) 662-9020 Visit the: Website
Candidates in the Doctor of Juridicial Science Program complete a two-year full time course of study, research and writing under the supervision of a full-time member of the faculty. If a candidate received an LL.M. from the Law Center within the past five years, he or she may ask to transfer four credits from the LL.M. degree toward the program by applying in writing to the associate dean for graduate programs.
Location: St. Mary's Hall Phone: (202) 687.7258 Visit the: Website
The program prepares nurses to be systems-level leaders in complexhealth care environments, integrating nursing science withorganizational leadership and ethics. The DNP-prepared nurse utilizesresearch evidence to design, implement, manage and evaluate systems ofcare. This practice-based program is intended for nurses who hold amaster’s degree in an advanced nursing specialty area and haveextensive clinical experience.
Location: Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Research Center Phone: (202) 444.4000 Visit the: Website
The Drug Discovery and Developmental Therapeutics (3DT) Program is focused on the identification and development of novel cancer treatments. This well-established clinical program comprises basic scientists and clinicians who collaborate to provide both the program members and the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center at large with a conduit for rapid, scientifically driven cancer drug development.
Location: New Research Building, EP07 Phone: (202) 687.8605 Visit the: Website
The Drug Discovery Program seeks to discover new drug treatments and diagnostic tools using integrated sciences to improve the health care of patients.
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