The Ecumenical Patriarch, senior hierarch to more than 250 million Orthodox Christians worldwide, attended an interfaith ceremony at Georgetown as part of his 12-day U.S. tour.
Mackenzie Loy (G’22), a dual-degree student in the Master of Public Policy and Master of Business Administration programs, is creating equitable pathways to food entrepreneurship in Washington, DC.
Georgetown has relaunched a program in partnership with Washington, DC, government agencies to empower 14 returning citizens to pursue careers as paralegals.
Students and faculty in the School of Nursing & Health Studies helped develop a new educational module on implicit bias for the District of Columbia Department of Health.
Two School of Nursing & Health Studies undergraduates explore health equity and justice during their semester living in downtown Washington, DC, through Georgetown's Capitol Applied Learning Labs (CALL) program.
An interfaith panel of religious leaders explored the significance of Pope Francis' 2021 visit to Iraq, when he met with Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani, an influential Shia cleric.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed H.R. 51, a bill to advance statehood for DC. Georgetown President John J. DeGioia has expressed the institution’s deep and continuing commitment to statehood.
Many discussions about “China” are really about the Chinese Communist Party, but governments and the people are not exactly the same thing. Fewer conversations are about what Chinese people are…
Lillian Brown, a media consultant who hosted a Georgetown radio show heard around the world and did makeup for U.S. presidents from Dwight Eisenhower to Bill Clinton, died Sept. 13…
A recent trip to the Holy Land brought new interreligious understanding and inspired feelings of unity for Georgetown’s campus ministry leaders of the three Abrahamic faiths.