Georgetown Lauded by Carnegie Foundation for Community Engagement
January 15, 2015
Georgetown receives the 2015 Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement for its commitment to its surrounding Washington, D.C. neighborhoods and global communities.
Valerie Jarrett to Speak on STEM Education for Marginalized Girls
January 14, 2015
Valerie Jarrett, President Barack Obama's senior advisor, will deliver opening remarks at a Thursday Georgetown Law Center conference on increasing marginalized girls' access to science, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
Psychology Professor Honored as Early Childhood Emerging Scholar
January 13, 2015
Georgetown to Study Glacial Floods in Iceland with NSF Grant
January 7, 2015
Researchers from Georgetown will travel to Iceland to study the effects of a glacial outburst flood with a National Science Foundation grant.
School of Medicine Offering Combined M.D./MPH Degree With Johns Hopkins
January 3, 2014
A new formal agreement between Georgetown's School of Medicine and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health allows students to seek a combined doctor of medicine and master's in public health degree.
Lent 2015: Daily Devotional by and for the Georgetown University Community
2015 John Carroll and Patrick Healy Award Recipients
Each John Carroll Weekend culminates with a banquet celebrating the John Carroll and Patrick Healy Award recipients. Each is recognized for their service to Georgetown and their communities, their lifetime achievements and their dedication to advancing Georgetown's mission of distinguished service and leadership.
Law Students Arrive for Fall 2015
More than 500 full-time and 47 part-time first-year law students launch their legal careers during Orientation Week 2015.
Georgetown Begins 11th Year on Qatar Campus
Georgetown's School of Foreign Service campus in Doha, Qatar, welcomes its Class of 2019 with a week of New Student Orientation activities, including New Student Convocation on Aug. 20, designed to ease the transition into university life.
Economy Needs Boost From College-Educated Workers
Researchers at Georgetown's Center on Education and the Workforce say the American economy needs far more workers with college degrees than data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) suggests.