A new cohort of returning citizens received certificates in business and entrepreneurship through Georgetown’s Pivot Program, which aims to create more job opportunities for people with past criminal convictions.
Graduate Sofia Chen Ma (B'23) shares her path from Mexico to Georgetown, the legacy she leaves behind and the person who inspired her to take risks.
Ever since their own families grappled with their own health crises, Ralf Martz Sulague and Allison Fitzgerald have been working to push the boundaries of medicine.
As commencement season wraps up, we bottled up the best advice from this year’s commencement speaker speeches.
For almost three decades, Francisco Velasquez has prepped Georgetown’s front lawn for graduation. This year, he prepared the grounds knowing his daughter would be walking across them.
Georgetown conferred degrees to more than 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students at the Class of 2023 Commencement from May 18–21.
In 1978, Karen Franklin left Georgetown just three classes shy of a degree. On May 20, at age 68, she walked across the stage as an official alumna.
The Social Justice Send-Off is an annual commencement event that celebrates graduates who have engaged in social justice work and public/community service work during their time at Georgetown.
Justin Cassera's world was turned upside down when his family was mistakenly entangled in the criminal justice system. Today, he's working to free a wrongfully convicted man from prison.
Carline Noailles (G’23) pursued an executive MBA to enhance her business and leadership skills in sustainability. She left with a greater sense of purpose in advancing the common good.