Through the Master’s Program in Addiction Policy and Practice students will have access to various centers of research, and to the faculty and staff in these centers. Students will also be able to participate in the programming and events sponsored by these research centers, and apply to be research assistants.

Research Centers

Georgetown University has numerous research centers and institutes affiliated with the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences through the McCourt School of Public Policy, the Georgetown University Law Center, and others. Some of these are shown below.

McCourt School of Public Policy – Research Centers

  • The Institute of Politics and Public Service
  • The Government Affairs Institute
  • The Health Policy Institute
  • Health Care Financing Initiative
  • Health Information Group
  • Center for Children and Families
  • Center on Health Insurance Reforms
  • National Center for Education in Maternal and Child Health
  • National Maternal and Child Oral Health Resource Center
  • The Center on Education and the Workforce
  • The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform
  • The Center for Public and Nonprofit Leadership
  • The Center for Research on Children in the United States

Georgetown University Law Center – Research Centers

  • Center for Congressional Studies
  • Georgetown University Health Justice Alliance
  • Human Rights Institute
  • Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection
  • Institute for Technology Law and Policy
  • Center for Asian Law
  • O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law
  • The Georgetown Center on Poverty and Inequality
  • Center on Privacy & Technology
  • The Georgetown Project on State and Local Government Policy and Law
  • Supreme Court Institute
  • Voting Rights Institute
  • Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program

Research Seminars

Georgetown University and the McCourt School of Public Policy host a variety of seminar series across campus on topics ranging from Energy and Climate Policy to Econometrics and Data Science.