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Education and Social Justice Project 2020 Cohort

The Education and Social Justice (ESJ) Fellowship provides students with the opportunity to conduct in-depth examinations of innovative educational initiatives, with a focus on the work of Jesuit secondary and post-secondary institutions. Under faculty supervision, fellows gather information through IRB-approved interviews, analyze best practices, and share their reports and conclusions with a wider global audience.

​2023 Application Cycle

The 2023 application cycle is now open. Applicants should complete this form and email a resume (PDF or Word document), unofficial transcript (image or PDF), and a personal statement (250-word max.; PDF or Word document) to csjresearch@georgetown.edu no later than 5:00pm ET on Friday, October 28, 2022. The application is open to all Georgetown University undergraduates, including Hoyas at Georgetown University in Qatar and the School of Continuing Studies. A view-only application is available here.

​Information Sessions

Register on Campus Groups for either Zoom Information Session on Wednesday, October 12, 8:00 a.m. ET or Wednesday, October 12, 8:00 p.m. ET for any questions about the application process.

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Tierra Hatfield

Tierra Hatfield (G’22) was a graduate student in the M.A. in Conflict Resolution program at Georgetown University, where she also pursued a certificate in global human development.
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Rohil Kulkarni

Rohil Kulkarni (SFS'21) studied Science, Technology, and International Affairs in the School of Foreign Service.
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Amber Stanford

Amber Stanford (C'21) studied government and theology.
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Gabby Villadolid

Gabby Villadolid (C'21) transferred into the Georgetown College from Loyola Marymount during her sophomore year to major in Justice and Peace Studies.
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