Georgetown professor Kostadin Kushlev co-authors a new study showing that psychological interventions designed to boost subjective well-being have positive effects on self-reported physical health.
Lydia Good (C’21), a biochemistry major and mathematics minor, receives the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, which she will use to continue her research in protein structure and function.
The university releases a second report detailing health disparities in DC's black community and making 18 recommendations for racial equity in the District of Columbia.
The Georgetown-Howard Universities Center for Clinical and Translational Science receives a $24.3 million Clinical and Translational Science Award from the National Center for Advancing Translational Science, a part of the…
Georgetown’s experts in science, history, international affairs and health say COVID-19 has not only deeply impacted our physical and financial well-being, but also the world’s carbon footprint. …
Meryl Chertoff, executive director of the Georgetown Project on State and Local Government Policy and Law, says the pandemic has brought out the best and worst in leadership and governance.
Dan Blair, an associate professor of physics at Georgetown, is part of a team of 60 scientists, engineers, students and clinicians that yesterday unveiled N95decon.org, a website that synthesizes the…
Historical epidemiologist Timothy Newfield says COVID-19 may have some unprecedented impacts, but it's not as severe as the past pandemics it is being compared to.
Georgetown professor Brooks Holtom, an expert in how organizations acquire, develop and retain human and social capital, shares best practices for teleworking.
Georgetown psychologists Abigail Marsh and Andrea Bonior share strategies for coping with stress, based on their research and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.