Wearing their own white coats, students from a local grade school visited Georgetown’s School of Medicine as part of a community-based learning class taught by first-year medical students.
Students of all religious and non-religious backgrounds can explore spiritual life at Georgetown. These students found their faith deepened through community connections, academic study and encounters with other faith traditions.
As part of Georgetown and DC’s Paralegal Program, career experts at the McCourt School helped returning citizens ace job interviews at law firms and transition to the workforce.
From cooking classes to checkups, Dr. Traci Thompson (C’96) created a new, holistic approach to health care for both uninsured and insured residents in Tampa.
In the midst of final exams and holiday preparations, Georgetown University Medical Center students organized random acts of kindness, holiday donations and toy drives on campus and in DC.
Georgetown celebrates the season with a tree-lighting event, music and Georgetown-themed decorations to celebrate being a Hoya for the Holidays.
During Jesuit Heritage Month, meet Ken Homan, S.J. (G'25), a Jesuit brother whose passion for woodworking connects to his research, faith and a new project for Jack the Bulldog.
Georgetown Law’s faculty gathered on Nov. 9 to celebrate the four recipients of the Law Center’s Teaching and Faculty Service Awards.
In “Requiem for the Enslaved,” composer Carlos Simon honors the lives of enslaved men, women and children. In this mini documentary, he invites viewers into his musical exploration and process.
During Jesuit Heritage Month, we celebrate the Jesuit values that make our community a force for change. Explore how Hoyas are living the Spirit of Georgetown out loud.