Senior Wins Global Recognition for Ocean Sustainability Work
April 11, 2016
Daniela Fernandez’s (C’16) leadership of a major movement for sustainable oceans has landed her among Glamour magazine’s top 10 College Women of the Year and led to her receipt of the 2016 Christopher Benchley Youth Award.
Student Companies Named to Magazine's 'Coolest College Startups'
March 21, 2016
Two startups run by Georgetown University students make Inc. Magazine’s 2016 “Coolest College Startups” list.
Georgetown Medical Students Discover Residencies on Match Day
March 21, 2016
The School of Medicine joins fourth-year medical students nationwide in opening envelopes containing their assigned residencies on Match Day.
SFS Senior Takes on Public Policy at Facebook’s D.C. Office
February 3, 2016
Cindy Gao, a senior international economics major in the SFS with interests in mathematics and computer science, has scored an internship at Facebook’s public policy office in D.C.
STIA Students Attend U.N. Climate Change Conference
December 11, 2015
Georgetown University sent a delegation to the U.N. Climate Conference in Paris, France. SFS Professor Joanna Lewis, associate professor of Science, Technology and International Affairs, and Professor Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center at Georgetown Law, brought two Georgetown undergraduates, Norah Berk (SFS ’16) and Alexandra Donovan (SFS ’17), as well as several state government officials who participated in some of the events. The faculty members spoke at events alongside the official negotiations, and tracked the negotiations closely.
Senior Nursing Major Conducts Research on Oncology Nursing
December 3, 2015
This year, Hannah Samley (NHS’16) is conducting an honors project on oncology nursing with a specific focus on knowledge and perceptions of music therapy efficacy in cancer treatment.
International Student focuses on Entrepreneurship in Politics
December 2, 2015
Like many SFS students, Nick Walker (SFS ’16) came to Georgetown planning to become a diplomat. Now a senior studying Culture and Politics and focusing on entrepreneurship in politics, Walker hopes to ultimately make an impact in his home city of Rio de Janeiro as a social entrepreneur.
Marshall Scholar to Study Dehumanization Throughout History
November 23, 2015
Matthew Quallen (SFS’16) plans to use his recently awarded Marshall Scholarship to study the concept of the "animalization" of people throughout history so he may deepen his understanding of how people become and remain marginalized.
Student Athlete Sails the Potomac
October 27, 2015
This year's Marlow Ropes College Sailor of the Year Nevin Snow (C’16) gives an inside look at Georgetown’s sailing team and how he balances life as a student athlete.
Senior Finds Path to Excellence Through Art and Design
October 2, 2015
Art and English double-major Symone Fogg (C’16) dives into creative pursuits after receiving a Design Excellence Award for graphic design from her semester at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad.