Government Professor Explores the Future of American Politics
July 29, 2016
Hans Noel, an associate professor of government and co-author of The Party Decides, talks about the 2016 election and the future of American politics.
Georgetown Graduates' Organization Helps Nepal's Young Women
July 28, 2016
Claire Charamnac (SFS’11) interviews participants in Women LEAD, the first and only leadership development organization for young women in Nepal, that she created with Claire Naylor (SFS’11).
Professor Helps Track Mass Graves of the Holocaust
July 27, 2016
Rev. Patrick DesBois, who recently accepted a full-time appointment at Georgetown's Center for Jewish Civilization, gives an update on the Holocaust by Bullets project, which looks for evidence of unmarked mass graves left behind by the Nazis.
Professor: Abusive Leadership is in the Eye of the Beholder
July 26, 2016
A new book by McDonough School of Business professor Robert J. Bies analyzes the impact of abusive leadership in the workplace.
Student Serves Common Good in Mozambique
July 25, 2016
Caroline Hughes (C'18) joins School of Nursing & Health Studies professor Bette Jacobs on a trip to Mozambique to work with a Catholic university and a women's advocacy organization.
SFS Graduate School Alumna Receives Fulbright to Work in Ukraine
July 22, 2016
Nina Jankowicz (G’13) receives a Fulbright grant to work for the Ukrainian government as a special adviser on strategic communications.
Opioid Epidemic Focus of Georgetown Professor’s Research
July 21, 2016
Peggy Compton, a professor at the School of Nursing & Health Studies (NHS) is conducting research that could help fight the American opioid addiction epidemic recently proclaimed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
MBA Alumnus Named 30 Under 30 in Sustainable Business
July 20, 2016
Miguel CuUnjieng (MBA’15) is named one of “30 Under 30” to watch in sustainable business by GreenBiz Group, a media and events company in corporate sustainability.
Public Health Benefits of E-Cigarette Use Tend to Outweigh Harms
July 19, 2016
A study by a Georgetown population scientist and oncologist finds that e-cigarettes provide the potential to improve public health when they are used as a substitute for smoking.
Rising Sophomore Spent Most of Life as Refugee in Iran
July 18, 2016
Yalda Baktash (C'18) fled Afghanistan with her mother and brother after the civil war there and spent much of her life living as a refugee in Iran. Now she hopes to do work benefiting women and refugees.