The Georgetown University GREP (Gender, Race, and Ethnicity Politics) Lab examines the effect of gender, race, and ethnicity on the political behavior of elites and the mass public. Our lab uses both quantitative and qualitative approaches to explore a number of theoretical questions in American politics. Through research, we promote mentorship (peer and hierarchical), skill development, and academic professionalization.
The GREP Lab recognizes the importance of creating opportunities for students to work with faculty on research. We have a number of research projects in the works that will allow students to develop research skills and apply these skills to real-world questions. In order to ensure fit, we ask that interested students complete the following application.