New Continuing Studies Dean Favors Jesuit Tradition, Community Engagement
June 30, 2014
Kelly Otter says she's ready to boost creative energy and engage the larger Washington, D.C., community as Georgetown's new dean for the School of Continuing Studies.
Use of Child Care Subsidies Linked to Enrollment in Head Start, Pre-K
June 23, 2014
A Georgetown professor's research, published today, says children of parents using federal child-care subsidies to purchase center-based care for toddlers are more likely to later enroll in Head Start or public pre-kindergarten programs.
White House, Georgetown Team Up for Big Data Workshop
June 19, 2014
Next King of Spain: Alumnus Prince Felipe
June 17, 2014
Members of the university community remember School of Foreign Service alumnus Prince Felipe as he becomes the next King of Spain.
Georgetown Experts Join Summit on Sexual Violence in War Zones
June 16, 2014
Representatives from Georgetown University Medical Center, the School of Foreign Service and the Law Center attended last week's Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in London.
President DeGioia Travels to Jordan: Welcomes Pope, Visits Refugees
June 13, 2014
Georgetown President John J. DeGioia joins world leaders in Jordan to welcome Pope Francis to the region and visits refugee sites and homes with the Jesuit Refugee Service during his trip to the Middle East this summer.
CIA Director Speaks at Agency's First Public National Security Conference
June 12, 2014
New Crosses Adorn Georgetown's Historic Healy Hall
June 5, 2014
Five new crosses on top of Healy Hall that replace the originals, damaged in an August 2011 earthquake, were blessed yesterday at Georgetown.
Former Navy Nurse Now Philly Health and Medicine Broadcast Journalist
June 2, 2014
Ali Gorman (NHS'97) says her role as a health and medicine reporter at 6abc Action News in Philadelphia feels like an extension of her work as a nurse.
Congresswoman’s Breast Cancer Experience to Open Med Center MOOC
May 28, 2014
Georgetown will launch its eight-session online course on genomic medicine with U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) sharing her personal experience with breast cancer on June 4.