Business School Participates in Global Supply Chain Research
August 16, 2016
Seven business schools from around the world, including Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business, are researching strategies associated with the sourcing of production and trends in a global supply chain.
NHS Student Plans Career to Help Underserved Women
August 15, 2016
Karla Hill (G’16) hopes to use her Georgetown degree as a nurse-midwife and women’s health nurse practitioner to improve health care for women who are underprivileged and underserved.
Georgetown’s Newest Residence Hall Named for Society of Jesus Leader
August 11, 2016
The new 225-bed, suite-style residence opening this fall semester for students on the northeast side of campus has been named Pedro Arrupe, S.J., Hall.
Law Professor Named ACLU's National Legal Director
August 10, 2016
Georgetown Law Professor David Cole will take a leave from Georgetown to serve as the new national legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union, where he'll oversee the work of nearly 300 lawyers.
Georgetown Professor Looks at 40 Years of Studying Terrorism
August 9, 2016
Professor and director of Georgetown's Center for Security Studies Bruce Hoffman talks about terrorism, security studies, and the future of Georgetown's security studies program.
Class of 2020 Medical Students Participate in White Coat Ceremony
August 8, 2016
Nearly 200 students who make up the Georgetown School of Medicine's class of 2020 participate in the white coat ceremony that marks the beginnings of a medical career.
Faculty Member Examines History and Future of 2016 Olympics
August 5, 2016
Marty Conway, who teaches Global Games and Sports Leadership and Management at the School of Continuing Studies, talks about the history and new challenges of the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
Professor: Next U.S. President Should Support Innovation Through Public-Private Partnerships
August 4, 2016
Michael Czinkota, a Georgetown professor of international business and marketing, argues that the next President of the United States should support public-private sector initiatives to rebuild U.S. competence and confidence in its process learning capabilities and commercialization of innovation.
Faculty Available to Speak on 2016 Olympic Games
August 2, 2016
Georgetown faculty experts examine the issues and dynamics associated with the 2016 Summer Games in Brazil.
Scholars Explore Psychic Hold of Slavery on 21st Century America
August 1, 2016
Georgetown professors Soyica Diggs Colbert and Robert Patterson hope their new book will spark conversations about how the American legacy of slavery informs a present in which African-Americans experience ongoing and increasing racial inequity and violence.