Three Georgetown students join the fight to connect farms with surplus produce and food banks with food shortages.
Georgetown's Black MBA Association takes a stand for racial uplift and advocacy in corporate America and beyond in an open letter to the university community.
Dylan Sorensen (B’13, G’14), who ran track for Georgetown, runs a mile in 4:37 while dribbling a basketball, beating the world record.
Georgetown professor and business impact scholar Leslie Crutchfield explores how businesses can address both societal and environmental needs during the time of COVID-19.
Georgetown sports business expert Marty Conway examines the impact and long-term ramifications of COVID-19 on the industry.
Acknowledging the sacrifice and effort students made to overcome struggles associated with the pandemic, Georgetown conferred them with more than 6,700 degrees online May 16 and 17.
Liam Marshall (B’23) sells "Thank You!" lawn signs in his home state of New Jersey to raise funds for medical workers on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Adrian Hertel (B'20) creates an alert system for available grocery delivery time slots from his home in New Jersey.
The university's MBA students continue their commitment to the community during the pandemic by participating in volunteer programs, supporting charities with donations and assisting with other local events.
Students in the Global Business Experience course at Georgetown develop virtual presentation skills during pandemic with clients in India, France, Argentina and other countries.