Bill Clinton Gives First of Lecture Series at Georgetown
April 30, 2013
Former President Bill Clinton (SFS’68) delivered his first talk as part of The Clinton Lectures at Georgetown in historic Gaston Hall, where he talked about the importance of service and people's stories.
Global Health Expert Holds Part-time Position at Georgetown
April 25, 2013
John Monahan (C’83, L’87), a former State Department special advisor for global health partnerships, joins Georgetown as an advisor to President John J. DeGioia for global health.
Alumnus to Operate New Campus Pub in Healey Family Student Center
April 24, 2013
F.B. "Fritz" Brogan III (C'07, L'10). a third-generation Georgetown graduate, will operate the pub scheduled to open in the Healey Family Student Center in 2014.
Earth Day: Science Building Earns Prestigious LEED Gold Certification
April 22, 2013
Georgetown's new science building receives LEED Gold certification for its green spaces and sustainable features.
Nobel Peace Prize-winner Muhammad Yunus
April 17, 2013
Grameen Bank founder Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, talked to a Georgetown audience about the importance of empowering women and alleviating poverty through microcredit.
NSF Fellowships go to Neuroscience Graduate Students, Two Alumni
April 16, 2013
The National Science Foundation awards two current Georgetown students and two alumni with 2013 graduate fellowships for research in neuroscience, HIV and biological behavior and development.
Students Win Bioethics Bowl at Undergraduate Conference
April 15, 2013
Georgetown's team captured its first Bioethics Bowl championship during this year's National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference hosted at Georgetown.
New Mobile App Allows Users to Track GUTS Buses
April 15, 2013
Commuters using Georgetown's transportation shuttles are now able to map the location of their next shuttle in real time with the NextGUTS GPS-tracking feature on the Georgetown mobile app.
Undergrads Showcase Diverse Research at Georgetown Conference
April 12, 2013
The Undergraduate Research Conference featured over 80 research posters by students from Georgetown and four other universities across the Washington, D.C., region.
New Georgetown Solar Project Draws White House Attention
April 11, 2013
The ceremony marking the completion of a new solar electricity project at Georgetown brought the White House's Gary Guzy to campus.