This interdisciplinary, studio-based course operates in partnership with government and civil society stakeholders to design, prototype, and implement a solution to a development problem facing India.
Georgetown students are encouraged to participate in the India Initiative's activities through research projects, student-to-student dialogue, and events. The initiative fosters collaboration among faculty leaders, the Asian Studies Program, and other on-campus organizations to coordinate a wide array of events and encourage dialogue on India.
Georgetown offers 16 courses on India across 10 academic disciplines, as well as a study abroad program.
India Initiative student fellows assist in planning, developing, and implementing India Initiative events, and work toward the initiative’s mission to strengthen research, teaching, and outreach on India.
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