Georgetown Gets Into the Christmas Spirit
December 16, 2014
Georgetown celebrates the holiday season with its annual tree lighting, carols and candy. View the photos.
Researchers Named National Academy of Inventors Fellows
December 16, 2014
Georgetown doctors Richard Schlegel and Anatoly Dritschilo have been named 2014 Fellows of the National Academy of Inventors for their groundbreaking medical discoveries.
Psychology Professor to Evaluate Veterans' Mental Health Program
December 15, 2014
Georgetown psychology professor Jennifer Woolard will evaluate a new program aimed at reducing the rates of suicide and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in veterans.
The Jesuits and Globalization: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
December 12, 2014
How have the Jesuits influenced globalization over time? And how has globalization, in turn, shaped the Society of Jesus? Georgetown University and Gregorian University convened leading scholars in Rome to address these questions, 200 years after the reestablishment of the Jesuit Order in 1814. The conference was the culmination of Georgetown’s Jesuits and Globalization Project, which convened three previous symposia, in Washington, DC, Oxford, and Florence.
White House Partnership Helps Prevent Sexual Assault, Student Video Debuts
December 10, 2014
Georgetown’s scholar-athletes encourage their fellow students to commit to preventing sexual assault in a student-produced video promoting the White House's It’s On Us campaign.
Undergraduate Runs Company Creating Science Kits for Children
December 8, 2014
Connor Bernstein (C'16) develops his entrepreneurial spirit at Georgetown while growing the business he created in elementary school to promote the sciences to children.
NIH Official: Global Health Security Agenda Could Have Tempered Ebola
December 5, 2014
An implemented global health security agenda could have reduced the severity of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, said Dr. Anthony Fauci during a talk today at Georgetown with U.S. Ebola czar Ron Klain (C'83) and President John J. DeGioia.
Clinton: Including Women Essential to Peace Processes
December 3, 2014
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke on "Smart Power: Security Through Inclusive Leadership" in Georgetown's historic Gaston Hall today.
Georgetown Recognizes Bread for the City Leader in Fight Against Poverty
December 2, 2014
George Jones, chief executive officer of Bread for the City and longtime advocate for the fight against poverty in Washington, D.C., receives Georgetown’s 2015 John Thompson Jr. Legacy of a Dream Award.
Georgetown, History Professor Honored for Campus, Civic Engagement
November 25, 2014
Georgetown and prominent history professor Maurice Jackson receive awards from a network of colleges and universities committed to advancing communities through civic engagement in Washington, D.C. and Maryland.