OTHER RESEARCH CENTERSIn addition to the Hauser Center and the Kennedy School’s research centers, the work of several other research centers, both at Harvard and other schools in the Boston area, may be of interest to students. For more information about these centers, please consult the Hauser Center Course Guide.
Social Enterprise Initiative – Grounded in HBS’s mission to educate leaders who make a difference in the world, the Social Enterprise Initiative aims to inspire, educate, and support current and emerging leaders to apply management skills to create social value.
The Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights – The Center, at the Harvard School of Public Health, works with practitioners, governmental and nongovernmental organizations, academic institutions, and international agencies to expand knowledge, develop policy, and engage scholars, practitioners, public officials, donors, and activists.
Mellon-MIT Inter-University Program on NGOs and Forced Migration – From 1997 – 2005, the Program provided grants for faculty, students, and research scholars to stimulate applied research and training on policy issues of concern in the field of refugees and the internally displaced and to promote greater dialogue between NGOs and researchers.
The Center for Reflective Community Practice – The Center, at MIT, designs and implements projects which build the capacity of practitioner and community-centered cross sector teams to improve the lives of those least served by society.