Part of preclinical education, first-year medical students work with community sites in the Washington, DC, area serving vulnerable populations, including persons with disabilities, older adults and persons in supportive housing.
Alcindor – award-winning journalist, PBS NewsHour White House correspondent and NBC News and MSNBC political correspondent – is the next moderator of the weekly PBS news analysis series Washington Week.
Rosario Ceballo, an interdisciplinary scholar with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, will join Georgetown as dean of Georgetown College and professor of psychology on January 1, 2022.
National Science Foundation selected Cyber SMART Research Center as an Industry University Cooperative Research Center, awarding the center a $1 million grant to expand its capacity for multidisciplinary cyber research.
A team of alumni, student and faculty researchers in the Bansal Lab is tracking COVID-19 vaccination, identifying five clusters of southeastern U.S. counties with high populations and lower-than-expected vaccination rates.
Students in the Black Georgetown Rediscovered course toured the Mount Zion - Female Union Band Society cemeteries and helped document the estimated 9,000 Black residents of Georgetown buried at the site.
Tomas Valdes (MBA’21) will research the economic implications of United Arab Emirates government policy responses to crises and Tristan Schnader (MBA’21) will examine past conservation finance investment projects in Brazil.