School of Nursing & Health Studies graduates pursuing careers in midwifery and women’s health advanced nursing practice gathered for a spiritual ceremony that recognizes the importance of the healing touch.
Abel Cruz Flores (G’21) was among the first recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program 10 years ago. Last week he finished his journey to a Ph.D.
From May 19-22, Georgetown celebrated the Class of 2022’s Commencement — the first graduation back on the Hilltop in three years.
Students navigate loss, moving to a new country and a pandemic to achieve their dream of graduating from Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies.
Georgetown has named its chapel in Copley Hall in honor of Sr. Thea Bowman, a Catholic religious sister who fought for racial justice and for a more inclusive Catholic Church.
Georgetown has appointed Safwan Masri, Ph.D., a global academic leader, professor and scholar on the Middle East and North Africa, as the new dean of Georgetown University in Qatar.
Discover how Georgetown community members are examining the environment through a campus-wide art walk, the performing arts and a student-run magazine.
Learn how the Georgetown community is developing solutions for a greener campus and planet through research, education, activism and operations.
To help support Ukrainians, Hoyas from the medical center have trained civilians to treat the wounded, raised funding for medical aid and worked to improve health care systems for refugees.
Georgetown welcomes Rev. TauVaughn Toney, who comes to Georgetown University with a wealth of ministry experience in the Church and academe, as our new Protestant Christian chaplain.