DC Jail Students Benefit From Georgetown’s Popular Problem of God Course
August 20, 2019
Georgetown postdoctoral researcher Alphonso Saville teaches a credit-bearing version of the university's beloved Problem of God course to DC Jail students that he'll teach on campus this fall.
National Cancer Center Grant to Georgetown Supports Community Outreach and Research
August 19, 2019
Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center announces its selection as a member of the National Cancer Institute’s Community Oncology Research Program (NCORP), joining a nationwide network designed to bring cancer clinical trials and cancer care delivery studies to people living in underserved areas.
Social Justice Advocate, Prize Winner to Address Incoming Class of First-Years
August 19, 2019
Omoyele Okunola (C’20), 2019 McTighe Prize winner, will advise the incoming Class of 2023 on the importance of advocating for others and self care during New Student Convocation.
Class of 2023 Marks Beginning of Medical Career with White Coat Tradition
August 5, 2019
More than 200 incoming first-year students recite the Hippocratic Oath, receive their stethoscopes and don their embroidered white coats after several days of orientation lectures, basic lifesaving training, wellness coaching and bonding activities.
Medical Anthropologist Explores Poverty and Trauma's Link to Diabetes
August 2, 2019
A new book by medical anthropologist Emily Mendenhall, a professor in Georgetown's School of Foreign Service, rethinks diabetes by exploring how poverty and trauma make people sick.
Students Tutor DC Elementary Schoolchildren in Latin and Other Languages
July 31, 2019
Georgetown students tutor Washington, DC elementary schoolchildren in Latin and other languages through the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Learning's Hill Hoyas Inspire Learners program.
Harvard Business Review Recognizes Georgetown Professor's Gender and Diversity Research
July 26, 2019
Harvard Business Review selects Georgetown professor Catherine Tinsley's research and thought leadership on gender and diversity for inclusion in HBR's Top 10 Must Reads on Diversity.
Recent Graduates Reflect on Undergraduate Research Experience
July 22, 2019
Three recent graduates reflect on their undergraduate research experience in the sciences and humanities during their senior year.
Georgetown Professor to Serve on DC Commission on Health Equity
July 17, 2019
The Council of the District of Columbia approves the appointment of Christopher King, chair of the School of Nursing & Health Studies' Department of Health Systems Administration, to serve on the DC Commission on Health Equity.
Academic Leaders Call for Diversity and Inclusion in Global Affairs Education
July 16, 2019
More than 100 academic leaders from universities including Georgetown, Columbia, Princeton, Tufts, and Texas A&M recommend an increased focus on diversity and inclusion in global affairs education.