Law Center Building with a blue sky in the background and blossoms hanging from trees in the foreground
October 8, 2015
The Law Center's Juvenile Justice Clinic represents youth charged with delinquency in Washington, D.C., while providing a learning experience for its law students as one of the first legal clinics of its kind.
Study: Monarch Butterflies May Not Be Declining in U.S., Canada
October 7, 2015
A large-scale analysis of Monarch butterflies in the United States and Canada found that despite popular belief, their populations are not declining during the summer months.
$50M Gift to Georgetown Funds Athletics Leadership Program, Facilities
October 6, 2015
A $50 million gift to Georgetown will support an innovative leadership program for the university’s 750 student-athletes and fund the completion of the sports field situated in the heart of campus.
Georgetown Law Center Establishes New Voting Rights Institute
October 5, 2015
Georgetown Law Center partners with the American Constitution Society and Campaign Legal Center to establish a Voting Rights Institute offering students, recent graduates and fellows the opportunity to engage in voting rights litigation and policy work and to educate attorneys on the best practices of voting rights advocates.
Senior Finds Path to Excellence Through Art and Design
October 2, 2015
Art and English double-major Symone Fogg (C’16) dives into creative pursuits after receiving a Design Excellence Award for graphic design from her semester at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad.
WHO Director Chan: Improved Living Conditions Bring Rise of Noninfectious Diseases
October 1, 2015
Dr. Margaret Chan, director-general of the World Health Organization (WHO), address the global health challenges of our time and the need for effective global governance structures Sept 30 as a part of lectures convened by Georgetown's Global Futures Initiative.
President of Kosovo, Panelists Explore Impact of Women in Peace Processes
October 1, 2015
Kosovo President Atifete Jahjaga, former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and a panel of global peacebuilders explore the impact women are making in the political peace process during a symposium at Georgetown.
Romney Talks Business and Politics to Students
September 30, 2015
Former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says the next president will need to focus on three priorities – making sure America is the land of opportunity, eliminating generational poverty and making the world safer.
Catholic Social Thought Panel Explores Pope Francis’ Visit
September 29, 2015
Republican National Committee chair Michael Steele and NPR contributor Cokie Roberts were among the panelists at an event reflecting on Pope Francis' Sept. 22-27 trip to America. The event was sponsored by Georgetown's Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life.
Professor Earns Grant Award From State Department
September 28, 2015
A School of Nursing & Health Studies professor has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of State to support work in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Tunisia on community-based epidemiology related to infectious diseases and responsible science in health technology development and diffusion.