To gain a better understanding of students’ sense of belonging and perceptions related to diversity and inclusion, the university released results from its first-of-its-kind cultural climate survey.
Join us for an evening with poet and human rights advocate Carolyn Forché. This event will be moderated by Penn Szittya (Lannan Foundation). Carolyn Forché is most recently the author…
Register here. CCAS and the Middle East Studies Association (MESA) Global Academy present this panel of Georgetown faculty members Prof. Fida Adely, Dr. Salma Al-Shami, and Prof. Rochelle Davis…
Special Advisor for Disability Libbie Rifkin is collaborating with colleagues to promote accessible ways to communicate through digital means, part of ongoing efforts to advance accessibility at Georgetown.
The Georgetown Prisons and Justice Initiative will introduce a full bachelor’s degree program for 25 aspiring students incarcerated at Patuxent Institution in Jessup, MD, in the next academic year.
Georgetown joins a new letter from the Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration supporting the Dream Act of 2021.
The commitment from alumnus and entrepreneur Frank H. McCourt Jr., advances the school’s efforts to build a diverse pipeline of leaders poised to strengthen our civic architecture.
The Georgetown Law Journal marks the anniversary of Breonna Taylor’s tragic death by naming an award in her honor and an inaugural recipient who possesses a commitment to social justice.
Georgetown Law professor Chris Brummer says the nation’s glaring lack of Black financial regulators is tied directly to the long history of economic injustice.
Amanda Schultze (G'23), a student in Georgetown's MBA program, shares how being a National Black MBA Fellow and her experience in the McDonough School of Business are preparing her to…