In the 2023 Georgetown Public Policy Challenge, graduate students across the university developed solutions to pressing issues facing local communities, including addressing Internet inequities in DC public schools.
Georgetown has awarded $200,000 to inaugural recipients of the Reconciliation Fund, which provides grants to projects that benefit communities of Descendants whose ancestors were enslaved on Jesuit plantations.
Two intellectuals and lifelong human-rights activists discuss their work in literature and performing arts. From Kabul, Afghanistan, to Bradford, UK, to Smyrna, Delaware and more, they give voice to the…
As the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approaches, hear from our Ukrainian community members, learn how Georgetown is responding and attend upcoming events that reflect on Ukraine’s future.