Join Professor Charisma Howell from the Street Law Program at GU Law for a training on protest rights! Hoyas will learn their rights when protesting in DC, ways to identify…
Georgetown Law’s Innovative Policing Program selects the first 34 agencies to join the Active Bystandership for Law Enforcement Project to train and support U.S. law enforcement committed to building a…
Numerous student- and university-led efforts at Georgetown are aimed at promoting the right to vote.
A Georgetown report reveals deep racial and geographic disparities in Washington, DC's eviction process and makes important policy suggestions to curtail the number of filings.
University students, alumni, faculty and staff find ways to make a difference – whether treating patients on the front lines, advocating for those impacted by coronavirus or finding solutions through…
After a summer interning with Pencils of Promise, Zooey Brown (SFS'22) focuses on developing skills she'll need for a future career in international relations.
Georgetown College kicks off a new speaker series that explores racial justice research by Georgetown faculty that intersects with higher education, the arts, gender justice, the sciences and more.
Miles Aceves-Lewis (C’22) was chosen as one of only 23 undergraduates selected nationwide to participate in the Fall 2020 Congressional Hispanic Caucus Undergraduate Fellows Program.
Sukari Pinnock, a diversity, equity and inclusion expert in the School of Continuing Studies, challenges her students to confront their own biases and worldviews.
Kennedy Institute of Ethics senior research scholar Henry S. Richardson co-authors a new paper in Science that proposes an ethical framework for global vaccine allocation.