The Trump administration has made trade confrontation with China a centerpiece of its foreign policy. Since the Section 301 investigation in 2017 through the imposition of tariffs in 2018, and…
Pia Bhatia (C’21) and Grace Feagin (C’22) receive Clare Boothe Luce scholarships that recognize high-achieving undergraduate women pursuing degrees in science, math and engineering fields.
School of Nursing & Health Students students Cassie Bronson (G’22), a U.S. Navy veteran, and Safi Rauf (NHS’21), a Navy reservist, receive Tillman scholarships.
Lydia Good (C’21), a biochemistry major and mathematics minor, receives the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, which she will use to continue her research in protein structure and function.
Joshua Levy (SFS'20) will research the political economy of U.S.-China relations as a Gaither Fellow in the fall.
Sarah Baran (C’14) and Christopher Stromeyer (SFS’14) receive the prestigious Knight-Hennessy Scholarship to complete graduate studies and participate in leadership development, mentorship and experiential learning.
Disability rights activist Anna Landre (SFS'21) becomes one of 62 recipients of the prestigious Truman Scholarship.
Georgetown senior David Yellen (C’20) researches environmental policy in developing countries and how to fight climate change while supporting economic growth.
Stefano Daniele (C’12), who researches what happens to the brain after cardiac arrest, is one of eight Georgetown alumni named to this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 list and among…
Anita Williams (C’17), who works for Google, wins a coveted Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue a MPhil in technology policy at the University of Cambridge that will help her continue…