Faith and Culture Author to Direct StoryCorps Partnership
February 7, 2012
Author Paul Elie will direct a Georgetown partnership with StoryCorps, the acclaimed documentary organization, as a new senior fellow with the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs.
Young Georgetown Graduate Serves as Hospital CEO
January 31, 2012
Thomas Mullin (G’08), who obtained his master’s in health systems administration from the School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS), is now serving as a hospital CEO in Harrisburg, Pa.
Speech Area in Brain Misidentified for Decades, Researchers Say
January 30, 2012
New clinical insights into patients suffering from brain damage and speech disorders are likely after Georgetown researchers proved that an area in the brain believed to be where human speech is processed is incorrect.
Peace Corps: University is a Top School for Volunteers
January 27, 2012
For the 10th year in a row, Georgetown has been ranked among the Peace Corps’ top institutions of higher learning that provide volunteers for the organization.
Dahlgren Undergoes Restoration
January 26, 2012
Georgetown’s iconic Dahlgren Chapel of the Sacred Heart is undergoing a two-year restoration that will address the 118-year-old building’s structural and foundation issues.
Einstein Bros Bagels Kiosk Opens in Car Barn
January 24, 2012
Georgetown held a grand opening Jan. 11 for the Einstein Bros Bagels kiosk that has been installed in the Car Barn since late December.
Georgetown Welcomes New Chief Information Officer
January 20, 2012
The current CIO and assistant director for information technology for the U.S. Marshals Service will become Georgetown’s new vice president for information services and CIO early next month.
Best Place to Study International Relations: Georgetown
January 20, 2012
Foreign Policy magazine ranked Georgetown’s master’s programs and undergraduate program in international relations first and fifth in the world, respectively, in its January-February 2012 edition.
Siberian’s Rough Start Leads to Social Justice Pursuit
January 13, 2012
By the time Natalie Punchak (C’11) graduated from Georgetown, she had already served as D.C.’s Public Defender Service’s youngest investigator, led a social justice campaign in Bolivia and worked for NBC.
Sweetgreen Founders Tell Business Students Secret of Sweet Success
January 12, 2012
Former business students and founders of the popular D.C. salad restaurant shared the ingredients for a successful business with current MBA students.