Undergraduates traveled to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula as part of a new immersive summer course and found the experience shifted how they interact with the environment — and with their own…
Last fall, Marissa Nissley cycled outdoors for the first time to support cancer research at Georgetown. In celebration of Disability Pride Month, learn about her journey to the finish line.
Renée Clark always wanted to pursue law to give back to her Appalachian community, one that is often beset by poverty and substance abuse. This summer, she got her chance.
Maximilian Goetz (B’24) founded Robotics for All to provide equitable educational opportunities to students of all backgrounds, particularly low-income and underrepresented students, with an emphasis on education in STEM.
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.
As the first Howard Scholar at McCourt recipient, Quentin Byrd (G’24) will receive a full-tuition scholarship to attend the McCourt School Master of Public Policy Evening Program.
Vaughn Shirey (G’24), a National Science Foundation Graduate research fellow, hopes to bring more attention to threatened ecosystems through their butterfly research.
Esme Vazquez (C’24) of Las Vegas spends her first semester balancing coursework alongside a full-time advocacy position at Mi Familia Vota.
Georgetown student Charlie Sabgir (SFS'24) uses his time at home to intern with a U.S. congressional campaign in Columbus, Ohio.
Shreyaa Venkat (NHS'24) and her sister Esha receive a George H.W. Bush Points of Light Award for their work through a community-focused organization they started.