Students

The Taubman Center strives to target students through degree program teaching, case study writing, other curriculum development, seminars and workshops, informal brown bag lunches where faculty present research in progress, and by individual discussions and counseling.

The Center is committed to providing opportunities for HKS students to engage "urban" intellectual issues such as cities, policies with urban significance, and intergovernmental relations, through support for seminars and public events, doctoral fellowships and financial aid, practice-orientated degree program courses, faculty participation in related executive education programs, and summer internships with governments in the Boston area.

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Student Highlight

â–ºKennedy School Team places 2nd at 
the 2010 Education Leadership Case 
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