RSVP forthcoming. Join us for a panel with MAAS alumni working in development and humanitarian aid in various parts of the MENA region to hear about how the COVID-19 pandemic…
People who can unconsciously pick up on complex patterns are more likely to believe in God as the creator of patterns of events in the universe, according to a new,…
J. Christopher Mihm (C’81), Mark Braza (MBA’14), María Pagán (G’91, L’91), and Zia M. Faruqui (C’01, L’04) are finalists for the 2020 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medal.
Recent Georgetown graduate Andrew Straky (C’20) works with GU Votes to customize its student portal, My.VoteEverywhere, to make it easier for Georgetown students to register.
Catherine Zolbrod Freeman (NHS’17) and Moira Redmond (NHS’17) have been working together to care for adult patients with COVID-19 at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital.
Luci Baines Johnson (NHS’69) and her husband Ian Turpin make a $1 million gift to the School of Nursing & Health Studies to support scholarships for graduate students interested in…
Dylan Sorensen (B’13, G’14), who ran track for Georgetown, runs a mile in 4:37 while dribbling a basketball, beating the world record.
Geoff Tracy (C’95), a.k.a “Chef Geoff” provides two tried-and-true recipes for a Mother's Day brunch in quarantine.
SFS faculty members have been at the forefront of tracking the coronavirus outbreak, suggesting public policy solutions, keeping the public informed and analyzing its implications in unique political contexts.
Joanna (Foote) Williams (SFS’13), director of education and advocacy for the Kino Border Initiative (KBI), worries that the plight of migrants on the Mexican border is becoming invisible.