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    • Affordable housing in the district of columbia 

      Lancaster, Ashley (2006-04-10)
      The development of affordable housing is a nation-wide problem, and should undoubtedly be made a priority across the states. A strong indicator of this affordable housing crisis is income level. Roughly 33,899,812 people ...
    • Assessing national student partnership 

      Cloke, Annie (2006-04-27)
      This paper reflects research conducted while working with National Student Partnerships (NSP), to reestablish their satellite office at the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center for the homeless (VWFRC). NSP’s goal is ...
    • Carver Terrace 

      Murphy, Mary (2006-01-31)
      During the 2005-2006 academic year, members of a research team at Georgetown University (GRT) volunteered in a community development project at Carver Terrace. Carver Terrace is a low-income housing community located in ...
    • The Carver Terrace Community Building Project: Resident Attitudes towards Homeownership 

      Beckford, DeAnn (2006-04-27)
      The Carver Terrace housing development, located in Northeast Washington D.C., was recently purchased and renovated by the Telesis Corporation as part of a fifteen year plan designed to give residents the opportunity to buy ...
    • Georgetown Education Outreach Initiatives:An Assessment of Staff and Student Education Outreach Programs 

      Rodriguez, Annie (2008-08-18)
      Georgetown University’s education outreach programs lack a formal communication network or central repository of information. This deficit makes it difficult for programs to coordinate their activities, and for the ...
    • HIV Positive Women and Political Advocacy 

      Lippitt, Margaret (2008-05-30)
      There is a growing epidemic of HIV/AIDS among women in the U.S., making women the new “face” of this disease. Women with HIV/AIDS face unique social and biological risk factors, as well as unique challenges, since women ...
    • Latinos and Philanthropy 

      Boli, Eleanor (2008-04-30)
      One of the ways that philanthropy has manifested itself to create change in the Washington, D.C. area for the Latino Community is through the creation of a philanthropic organization by and for this same Latino Community. ...
    • Meeting the Needs of Latino Undocumented Immigrant Children in Washington, DC 

      O’Brien, Annie (2006-04-27)
      This research project, conducted in collaboration with the National Center for Refugees and Immigrant Children (NCRIC), seeks to better understand and meet the needs of undocumented and unaccompanied children in the ...
    • Moving Out of Poverty: A Service Program Assessment 

      Wheatley, Anna (2008-04-30)
      As part of the Community Based Research course: Project DC, this report is intended to help the Perry School Community Services Center (PSCSC) evaluate the effectiveness of the Perry Center in meeting its mission through ...
    • Parental Involvement at Two Southeast Washington, DC Schools: Parents’ Perceptions and Recommendations 

      Wilson, Alicia (2006-04-27)
      Many studies have determined that parental involvement is a key element that improves a child’s social capital and academic achievement. Therefore, this study examined parents’ perceptions of involvement and ways to improve ...