The Center for the Study of Global Issues (CSGI) works with faculty and students to identify global issues with social implications that resonate at the international, national, and local levels. Drawing together faculty and students from departments and programs across the College, the CSGI facilitates a multidisciplinary and collaborative approach to the study of and research on global issues.
Caroline Hartzell, Director
Campus Box 406
P: (717) 337-6045
Wed & Thurs, 1-3 p.m. and by appointment
Global crisis management. Those three words can strike trepidation into the heart of many, but for Greg Pinchbeck ’90, it’s all part of his daily job responsibilities at Citigroup. Pinchbeck, a history major, is responsible for ensuring that Consumer business and technology is operational across more than 30 countries.
As one of Gettysburg College’s four “global pillars,” the Center for the Study of Global Issues works in conjunction with the Center for Public Service, the Center for Global Education, and the Center for Language and Intercultural Communication to support College-wide efforts to promote a global learning community. Connecting research and scholarship, public policy, public service, leadership, and language and culture, the Centers help to advance the College’s global learning goals and outcomes with the end of preparing our students to be active and informed global citizens.