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About the Global Collaborative Network

The GCN empowers and supports students in gaining international public service experience to supplement their coursework while making a tangible difference to the mission of our international partners.

The GCN connects Hatfield School graduate students to opportunities to gain meaningful international experience as well as opportunities to network with students, alumni, and possible partners.

The Global Collaborative Network (GCN) was developed by Kim Lomax (MPA, 2012) and Professor Marcus Ingle of the Hatfield School of Government in 2008. Its mission is to connect the extensive international work of the Hatfield School faculty, its alumni, and partners to current MPA students and their studies.

The Global Leadership & Management specialization core faculty within the Hatfield School of Government's Division of Public Administration:

Dr. Marcus D. Ingle, Lead (503) 725-8202 
Dr. Phillip J. Cooper (503) 725-8155 
Dr. Jack Corbett (503) 725-8226   
Dr. Masami Nishishiba (503) 725-5151

For more information on the Global Collaborative Network, please contact:

Brent Bellamy, Program Manager