Rosario Ceballo, an interdisciplinary scholar with a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, will join Georgetown as dean of Georgetown College and professor of psychology on January 1, 2022.
Get to know the Hoyas participating in the Tokyo Summer Olympics, hear from experts about Olympic sponsorships and superstitions and look back to the archives for Georgetown at Olympics past.
The university established the Disability Empowerment Endowment Fund through a seed gift from Tiffany Yu (B’10), founder of the company Diversability – which started as a student group at Georgetown.
Georgetown faculty, staff and students have worked to distribute and educate on the COVID-19 vaccine, living our value of service to others.
The board approved the fiscal year 2022 budget, reviewed campus renovations, honored outgoing and new members and named lawyer and philanthropist Thomas A. Reynolds III (B’74) as its new chair.
Last week, Georgetown expressed its support for a Department of Education review of recent changes to federal Title IX regulations, which went into effect on August 14, 2020.
More than 800 Hoyas start classes today as part of a five-week summer program of academic, experiential learning and social activities, with many living on campus for the first time.
President DeGioia and university leaders paused last week to express their gratitude to the staff members who filled Redeploy Georgetown essential roles during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Students from underrepresented racial, ethnic and socioeconomic groups in the RISE program have “risen” to leadership positions, distinguished law school careers and promising career prospects.
For the first time since Georgetown transitioned to a virtual environment, students in the Class of 2021 convened in person to celebrate their commencement at Nationals Park.