The George Washington University is home to more than 80 centers and institutes conducting cutting-edge research in science and technology, public policy, and the arts and humanities. Together they embody the University’s dedication to discovery, scholarship and service.
To further AT&T CIPP’s mission, a robust research agenda explores major topics of national scale to raise awareness of critical issues and use findings to develop policy solutions. Current analysis of politically significant issues facing indigenous communities, includes public health, adequate housing, economic security, and education, among others. AT&T CIPP promotes its’ research agenda by:
- Engaging researchers, scholars, writers, and educators in the dynamic field of Native American Studies;
- Developing partnerships with tribes, tribal organizations, universities, institutes, and other institutions and learning from each other;
- Conducting research using culturally appropriate methods and practices rooted in respect and reciprocity.