Georgetown Education Outreach Initiatives:An Assessment of Staff and Student Education Outreach Programs
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 university to provide strategic direction to the outreach programs. The purpose of this research is to map and catalog all staff and student-run education outreach programs at Georgetown and to create a research model that other universities can replicate in order to describe and organize their outreach programs. Twenty-three university staff and student program coordinators were surveyed. Participants were asked for program information and training materials, to complete an online survey, and to participate in follow-up interviews. This information now provides a clear overview of student and staff-run education outreach at Georgetown.
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