New Report Shows 'Good' Jobs for College Graduates Are Back
August 17, 2015
Georgetown's Center on Education and the Workforce releases a report showing that "good jobs" for college graduates – those that pay over $53,000 and include benefits – are on the rise.
Simulated Patients: New Gift Supports NHS Center
August 14, 2015
A renewed commitment from Georgetown graduates Linda O’Neill (NHS’77) and Timothy O’Neill (L’77) supports the innovative simulation center created in their name at the School of Nursing & Health Studies over a decade ago.
Urban Planning Students Present Report to American Planning Association
August 12, 2015
Graduate students in the Urban & Regional Planning Program at the School of Continuing Studies presented their analysis of three ecodistricts, including downtown Washington, D.C., at the American Planning Association’s annual conference in Seattle.
White Coat Ceremony Welcomes School of Medicine Class of 2019
August 11, 2015
Nearly 200 members of the School of Medicine Class of 2019 received their first white coats on August 7 at a ceremony celebrating the start of the students’ careers in medicine.
Georgetown Law Clinic Wins Two Prisoners’ Rights Cases
August 10, 2015
The law school's Appellate Litigation Clinic has success in prison rights cases.
Former Mayor's Chief of Staff to Become First VP for Government Relations and Community Engagement
August 7, 2015
Chris Murphy (L'98), who was chief of staff to former District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray, will become Georgetown's new vice president for governmental relations and community engagement on Monday.
Alumna Helps Children Around the Globe With World Bike Tour
August 6, 2015
Kyla McClure (C’14) is biking all over the world with the hope of raising money for two nonprofits.
Advanced Treatment, Prevention Key As Melanoma on the Rise
August 4, 2015
Georgetown physicians and scientists say rising use of tanning beds has steadily increased incidences of melanoma over the past 40 to 50 years, but targeted molecular therapy and immunotherapy play a big role in increasing survival rates.
Students, Recent Grads Showcase Startups at Entrepreneurship Event
July 30, 2015
"Misfit Juicery," which turns cosmetically defective fruits into cold-pressed beverages, is one of more than a dozen Georgetown student startup projects shared with the Washington, D.C. community Wednesday night.
D.C. Building Association Partnership Creates Real Estate Scholarship
July 29, 2015
A scholarship to the School of Continuing Studies (SCS) Master in Professional Studies in Real Estate program, the result of a partnership between Georgetown and the District of Columbia Building Industry Association, goes to D.C. architectural professional Ursula Johnson.