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Board News

  • 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.

  • Georgetown Basketball History: The Top 100

    Alonzo Mourning grew up in Chesapeake, VA, and after his parents divorced in 1980 he grew up in the foster care of Fannie Threet, a local schoolteacher who cared for 50 different children through the years. Alonzo was, of course, something special.

  • NHS Alumna Earns John Carroll Award

    Colleen Scanlon (NHS’76, H’00), J.D., RN, senior vice president for advocacy at Catholic Health Initiatives, received the award at the 2012 John Carroll Weekend.

  • Margaret L. Hodges Leadership Award

    Mr. Thomas J. Donohue and Mrs. Elizabeth Donohue accepted the Margaret L. Hodges Leadership Award for their continued excellence in community outreach and support.

  • Georgetown Basketball History: The Top 100

    One of Georgetown's most distinguished alumni, Paul Tagliabue was a three year starter for the Hoyas in the early 1960's. "A typical 'Tag' game, wrote The HOYA, "[was] always aggressive and accurate more than not."

  • Meet the Current Alumni Association President

    George J. Peacock graduated from the College of Arts and Sciences in 1984. While a student at Georgetown, he worked at the Yates Field House, drove a GUTS bus, and sang with the Georgetown Chimes.

  • 2013 John Carroll Award Biographies

    The John Carroll Award is named for Archbishop John Carroll, the first Catholic bishop in North America and founder of Georgetown University. Established in 1951, this award is conferred upon alumni whose achievements and record of service exemplify the ideals and traditions of Georgetown and its founder.

  • John Carroll Award Recipients

    The John Carroll Award is named for Archbishop John Carroll, the first Catholic bishop in North America and founder of Georgetown University. Established in 1951, this award is conferred upon alumni whose achievements and record of service exemplify the ideals and traditions of Georgetown and its founder.

  • 2009 John Carroll Weekend

    More than 2,500 Georgetown alumni, students, faculty members and friends gathered in New York City for the 2009 John Carroll Weekend, the annual, four-day Georgetown celebration that features faculty-led tours and lectures, social events and a ceremony honoring alumni leaders.

  • Black Alumni Summit

    The inaugural Georgetown University Black Alumni Summit was the first of what will be a biennial gathering planned by and for the Black undergraduate alumni of Georgetown University.