SFS Students Commit to Action at Clinton Global Initiative University
May 31, 2016
Six SFS students attended the Clinton Global Initiative University's 2016 meeting with their Commitments to Action – projects that address American issues in education, the environment, climate change, health and other crucial areas.
Graduating Senior Researches Nursing Oncology
May 26, 2016
Hannah Samley (NHS’16) conducts research through her honors project that focuses on the knowledge level and perceptions of oncology nurses regarding music therapy efficacy for cancer treatment-related symptoms.
Faculty, Staff Recognized for Contributions During 2015-2016 Academic Year
May 25, 2016
Georgetown recognizes the outstanding service and performance of faculty and staff during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Academic Boot Camp for Vets Takes Place at Georgetown Next Week
May 24, 2016
Georgetown faculty and graduate students are teaching next week on campus for the Warrior Scholar Project, designed to help prepare enlisted military veterans for the transition to four-year colleges.
Georgetown Graduates Thousands During Commencement
May 23, 2016
The university graduates more than 6,200 students in 10 ceremonies during the 2016 Commencement Weekend, May 19-22.
Senior Helps Girls Rise Up in Nigeria Through Sports
May 19, 2016
Georgetown basketball forward Omowumi “Kike” Rafiu (C’16) uses her nonprofit in her native country of Nigeria to empower girls through sports.
Georgetown Celebrates Commencement 2016
May 17, 2016
Georgetown University celebrates the achievements of its graduates and the faculty, family and friends who support and inspire them during 2016 Commencement Weekend, May 19-22.
First Lady of Afghanistan Shares Realities of Her Country
May 16, 2016
First Lady of Afghanistan Rula Ghani visits Georgetown for a discussion about the realities and perceptions of Afghanistan today.
Senior Convocation Marks Beginning of Commencement Weekend
May 16, 2016
Nearly 1,800 graduating seniors gathered in McDonough Arena today for Senior Convocation, which kicks off Georgetown's 2016 Commencement Weekend.
Research on ‘Oobleck’ Could Enhance Body Armor, Softer Robots
May 12, 2016
A Georgetown physics professor collaborates with NIST scientists to demystify a children’s science fair favorite named for a Dr. Seuss classic. The research could enhance protection of police and soldiers and create softer robots.