Professors to Lead Associations Promoting Global Human Development
September 9, 2013
Georgetown economics professor Martin Ravallion and philosophy professor Henry Richardson each will head two of the leading associations focusing on global human development.
Boycotts Convince Highly Reputable Companies to Increase Giving
September 6, 2013
A recent published study by a Georgetown business professor finds that large companies increase their charitable philanthropy when facing threats to their reputation from protests.
Georgetown Tied for No. 2 Spot in Teach For America Recruits
September 4, 2013
Georgetown contributes 40 graduates to this year's Teach For America corps and is tied for second place among top medium-sized colleges and universities.
Alumna Serves as Washington Post’s On Faith Forum Editor
September 3, 2013
After serving as a contributor during her senior year at Georgetown, Elizabeth Tenety (C'07) went on to edit the newspaper's forum dedicated to religion and politics.
Community Service Day Brings Hundreds of Students to Northeast DC
August 30, 2013
Georgetown starts off the new academic year by introducing students to volunteer and social justice opportunities, which includes this weekend's Community Service Day.
Faculty Introduce Students to Intellectual Life Through Refugee’s Book
August 27, 2013
New students learned from faculty about intellectual inquiry at Georgetown by reading and discussing a book written by a Khmer Rouge refugee, as part of the annual Marino Workshop.
New Students Join Georgetown Community at Convocation
August 26, 2013
Georgetown officially welcomed more than 1,700 first-year and transfer students during Sunday's New Student Convocation.
Student Scholar, Volunteer Hopes to Become Military Physician
August 23, 2013
Freeman Condon (NHS'14), who wants to one day become a military physician, will address students at this year's New Student Convocation as the McTighe Prize winner for his excellence in scholarship and service. Boston Children’s Hospital
Summer Projects Enhance Georgetown Campus
August 21, 2013
This summer at Georgetown marked the start and completion of a number of improvement projects aimed to enhance student and residential life on and off campus while evolving the university’s presence in Washington, D.C.
School of Continuing Studies Expands 'Georgetown Downtown' Presence
August 19, 2013
Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies opens for the fall semester in the vibrant and growing Chinatown/Gallery Place neighborhood, further positioning Georgetown as an anchor in downtown Washington, D.C.