In 2020, Colton Scrudder (B’22) spent a year training for the Iditarod race. After graduating from Georgetown, he will return to Alaska to apply his global business degree.
For the past three months, Salome Mikadze (B’22) has studied in a bomb shelter in Lviv, Ukraine. This May, she returned to Georgetown, just in time to graduate.
During an experiential learning trip, students immersed themselves in the local business and culture and connected their classroom concepts to economic, social and political issues in the Dominican Republic.
In her new book, Business School Associate Professor Christine Porath shares research-backed strategies to boost personal well-being and build community at work.
This workshop will introduce students to the nascent field of Public Interest Technology, which seeks to harness technology to advance the public good. Participants will be joined by fellows and…
The Psaros Center for Financial Markets and Policy, funded by Michael G. Psaros (B’89) and Robin Psaros, will offer research opportunities for students and solutions to challenges in global finance.
Gracey Owen (B’22) won the Big East’s annual competition for student entrepreneurs with her pitch to make composting more accessible.
Maurine Murtagh (B’68) graduated first in her class from Georgetown’s School of Business Administration. She then trailblazed paths in investment banking, law and now, global health.
The new Georgetown Startup Accelerator (GSA) connects alumni founders with coaching, a community of fellow founders, industry experts, private investor events and other startup resources.
In celebration of Valentine’s Day, Georgetown is featuring 10 mini love stories about alumni, faculty and staff who met on-campus.