Nurse Anesthesia Student Goes the Extra Miles
July 20, 2015
Bill Bricker (G’16) is a graduate student in the Nurse Anesthesia Program. He says, “The most enjoyable part of the program has been the knowledge acquired. . . . I fully enjoy the friendships and camaraderie that I have found at Georgetown.”
Georgetown, Other Jesuit Law Schools Release Asylum Seekers Report
July 16, 2015
Georgetown Law and a dozen other Jesuit law schools partner with the Jesuit Refugee Service on a report addressing the plight of child migrants and their families.
Can Facial Plastic Surgery Make You More Likeable?
July 14, 2015
Research by a team at Georgetown's School of Medicine find that women who have facial rejuvenation surgery are perceived as having greater social skills and are more likeable, attractive and feminine.
International Health Major Maximizes Time at Georgetown to Improve Health Globally
July 13, 2015
International health major Lindsay Horikoshi (NHS’16) has studied abroad in Ecuador, joined the World Faiths Development Dialogue at Georgetown, and spent time this summer interning at Booz Allen Hamilton.
University’s Beeck Center Helps White House Raise Funds for Clean Energy
July 7, 2015
Georgetown’s Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation recently helped the White House and the Department of Energy (DOE) raise $4 billion that will be invested directly into clean energy solutions and companies.
EPA’s Gina McCarthy Participates in Georgetown Encyclical Panel
July 2, 2015
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy will participate in a conversation on “Pope Francis’ Encyclical on the Environment: A Dialogue on its Moral and Policy Challenges” on July 1 at Georgetown.
SFS Alumna Wins Pulitzer for Editorial Writing
June 22, 2015
Katie Kingsbury (SFS'01) wins a Pulitzer Prize for The Boston Globe editorial series that focused on the financial plight of restaurant workers and the effects of income inequality.
Pope's Encyclical on the Environment
June 17, 2015
Georgetown scholars reflect on the release of Pope Francis' encyclical on climate change and the environment.
Georgetown Scholars Anticipate Pope’s Environmental Encyclical
June 16, 2015
Georgetown scholars in theology, science, health and medicine weigh in as Pope Francis prepares to release his encyclical, Laudato Sii (Praised Be), that addresses climate change.
Former Ambassador of South Africa Now Georgetown Scholar-in Residence
June 15, 2015
Former South African Ambassador to the United States Ebrahim Rasool joins Georgetown as a distinguished scholar-in-residence to explore a re-imagining of Islam.