More than 500 alumni, students and faculty gather for the first university-wide Women’s Forum, where participants share their experience and expertise in leadership, entrepreneurship, law, social justice and the sciences.
An organization that has helped professionals of diverse backgrounds, those of color and women become leaders in the public and nonprofit sectors is making Georgetown's McCourt School of Public Policy its new academic home.
Three nonprofits are presented with monetary awards from the McCourt School of Public Policy’s Center for Public & Nonprofit Leadership (CPNL) during an event on “Advancing Racial Equity: Practical Steps for Philanthropists and Nonprofits.”
Georgetown commemorates Washington, D.C.’s 156th observance of Emancipation Day by participating in an event that explores how various institutions are examining and reconciling their historic ties to slavery.
The university honors the legacies of 19th-century pioneer educator and nun Anne Marie Becraft and the first black female religious order in the country, the Oblate Sisters of Providence, during an Emancipation Day event at Georgetown.
Award-winning author Craig Steven Wilder, who wrote Ebony and Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities, talks about the link between American colleges and slavery during the American Revolutionary War at Georgetown Law's annual Ryan Lecture.
The university commemorates the 50th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s death with a semester of events and an April 4 service featuring Georgetown's Distinguished Artist-in Residence, Jason Moran.
Georgetown marks the 50th anniversary of the Community Scholars Program by celebrating its longtime commitment to affordability and access to higher education among first-generation and low-income college students.
Georgetown students, faculty and staff explore the best ways to engage in the work of reconciliation across campus and throughout the world during the 2018 Doyle Symposium on Teaching and Learning for Reconciliation.