For the Love of Logic: Meet Maggie Hansen
February 24, 2015
Clare Boothe Luce scholar Maggie Hansen (C’16) discusses her passion for math and science as well as her role with the new student organization “Stemme.”
Georgetown Students Test Their Own Genomes, Face Bioethics Issues
February 4, 2015
Students in Georgetown's Introduction to Bioethics course analyzed and confronted issues when presented with a choice to undergo genomic sequencing using a genetic testing kit.
Undergraduate Runs Company Creating Science Kits for Children
December 8, 2014
Connor Bernstein (C'16) develops his entrepreneurial spirit at Georgetown while growing the business he created in elementary school to promote the sciences to children.
SFS-Qatar Students, Alumna Working on School for Afghan Refugees
November 24, 2014
Three students and an alumna from Georgetown's School of Foreign Service in Doha, Qatar, are coming together to build a school in a village inhabited by Afghan refugees in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Student Wins Award for Human Rights Research
February 14, 2014
Alex Luta (C'16) was honored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for his research to improve human rights monitoring.
Students Build Businesses in Panama, Rwanda through Social Entrepreneurship Program
Since 2012, GU Impacts has sent dozens of Georgetown undergraduates to work on summer entrepreneurship projects in Africa and Latin America, in collaboration with ThinkImpact and Social Entrepreneur Corps.