Charlie Wang (SFS'22), a technology policy researcher and alumnus, has won the 2024 Rhodes Scholarship — the second Hoya to win the oldest, most competitive international scholarship this year.
In a talk titled, “From the Jamuna Chars in Bangladesh to UN-led Climate Negotiations: An author recounts her journey across the many scales of climate impacts and action”, Dr. Naveeda Khan joins…
The annual Global Social Justice Research Symposium, hosted by the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching & Service (CSJ), the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World…
Last fall, Marissa Nissley cycled outdoors for the first time to support cancer research at Georgetown. In celebration of Disability Pride Month, learn about her journey to the finish line.
Why do some people go to extraordinary lengths to help strangers? Are they built differently? Georgetown researchers say yes.
Georgetown’s pioneering program in science, technology and international affairs is helping generations of Hoyas apply their classroom learnings in real time, from the Arctic to outer space.
Georgetown community members celebrate the annual holiday, share their personal reflections, and commemorate Juneteenth’s history and significance today.
A flexible work schedule and work-life balance were among the top priorities young adults listed in choosing a workplace, according to a survey conducted by Georgetown and Bank of America.
Researchers at Georgetown’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center found different types of bacteria in people with colorectal cancer may explain why more young people are developing the disease.
Georgetown has partnered with Knight Foundation to invest $30 million in a nonpartisan institute that helps policymakers and tech industry leaders address pressing issues related to technology, policy and ethics.