Martha Weiss created a comprehensive guide for elementary and middle school students about the emergence of the 17-year cicada, expected to take place on the U.S. east coast this May.
Dr. Ranit Mishori, who has served in the position in an interim capacity since last summer, has been named Georgetown’s first chief public health officer.
McDonough School of Business professor Reena Aggarwal talks about the gaping disparity between men and women in the finance industry and recommends steps to help bridge it.
Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff appears on a Georgetown Women's Forum panel discussing the state of women in the United States.
Georgetown Law professor Chris Brummer says the nation’s glaring lack of Black financial regulators is tied directly to the long history of economic injustice.
Derek M. Griffith joins the university’s new Racial Justice Institute and will use his expertise in the fields of psychology and public health to promote health equity through the lens…
Robin Lenhardt, a leading legal scholar on race and the family, returns to Georgetown Law to serve on the faculty and co-lead the university’s new Racial Justice Institute.
Theater and arts scholar Anita Gonzalez will join the performing arts and African American studies departments in Georgetown College as a tenured professor.
Georgetown establishes a new Racial Justice Institute and the hire of three faculty members who will lead the institute’s interdisciplinary work.
Sabrina Wesley-Nero, director of the Education, Inquiry and Justice program and co-creator and faculty lead of the Educational Transformation master's program, says COVID-19 pandemic highlights societal inequities impacting Pre-K-12 students.