Countless opportunities to pursue a wide range of research are available to Georgetown faculty and students, and we support research and scholarly endeavors, through programs such as Georgetown Undergraduate Research Opportunities (GUROP), which pairs undergraduates with faculty researchers.
Other programs include the Carroll Fellows and the Hughes Scholars. Our Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and Office of Sponsored Programs assist graduate students and faculty seeking research funding to explore new fields of research that often cross traditional disciplinary boundaries. Students participating in research and scholarly endeavors work closely with faculty on a range of topics, from coding genomes to combing through historical foreign documents. We welcome and support the use of our libraries, databases and special programs to fuel new research at the university.
The following programs support student research activities:
- Carroll Fellows Initiative
- Georgetown Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (GUROP)
- Graduate Student Research
- Hughes Scholars Program
- Undergraduate Research Conference
The following offices provide support for faculty and student research activities: