Center for Urban Progress, Howard University

The Center for Urban Progress is an interdisciplinary center that mobilizes the Howard University community to address critical local, national, and global urban issues through applied and community-based research, academic programs, technical assistance to public and private agencies, program evaluation, and demonstration projects.  Since its establishment in 1995, it has employed over 90 graduate students in research, development and service activities, has engaged over 4,300 graduate and undergraduate students in service-learning and research activities, and has partnered with over 100 community- and faith-based organizations.

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