Gifts Fund $5 Million Renovation of Special Collections Research Center
April 28, 2014
Georgetown's most valuable books, manuscripts and artwork will be moved into the state-of-the-art Suzanne Deal Booth and David G. Booth Center for Special Collections next spring, thanks to gifts from generous donors.
Anniversary of Jan Karski Celebrated with Staged Reading and Panel
April 25, 2014
Georgetown honored what would have been the 100th birthday of late university professor and Holocaust witness Jan Karski with a staged reading starring Academy Award-nominated actor David Strathairn Thursday.
$5 Million Georgetown Energy Prize to Reward Community Sustainability
April 23, 2014
Georgetown announced the launch of a new $5 million energy prize for one community with a population between 5,000 and 250,000 to support sustainable energy-saving innovations.
Georgetown Professor, Rapper Talib Kweli, Artists Talk Faith and Hip-Hop
April 21, 2014
Michael Eric Dyson, university professor at Georgetown, discusses the intersections of religion and hip-hop with a panel of artists from diverse faiths that includes rapper Talib Kweli during a musical event at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts.
Bill Clinton: 'Policy Matters' Despite Being Misunderstood, Distrusted
April 20, 2014
President Bill Clinton says policymaking today tends to be “dimly understood, often distrusted and disconnected from the consequences of the policy being implemented.”
Georgetown Hosts Conference with Vatican Office for Culture, Washington Archdiocese
April 14, 2014
Georgetown hosts a three-day "Faith, Culture and the Common Good" conference April 9-11 that is part of the Vatican's Courtyard of the Gentiles initiative, which was created in 2010.
Well-Known Female Leaders Gather at Student-Run Summit
April 12, 2014
Maria Shriver (C'77), Norah O'Donnell (C'95) and Dee Dee Myers were among the high-profile women that participated in the student-organized Georgetown Women in Leadership summit April 12.
Soccer Girls: Student Helps Brazil's Female Athletes Play
April 11, 2014
White House Expert: Global Health Is National Security Issue
April 10, 2014
White House national security expert Elizabeth Cameron and a panel of experts at Georgetown say global health security must be a high priority around the world to combat pandemics such as avian flu.
Georgetown's Online Intro to Bioethics Set to Begin Next Week
April 8, 2014
Georgetown offers a six-week, massive open online course that tackles many of the bioethics issues people deal with on an everyday basis, starting April 15.