A group of Business School undergraduates recently traveled to New York City to gain industry insights, mentoring and training from Estée Lauder senior executives and alumni at the company.
Every semester, students in Donatella Melucci’s course translate an Italian book into English. But their work doesn’t end there — it ends up on bookstore shelves with their names attached.
Georgetown has more than doubled its tuition benefits for military-connected students, an expansion that will cover the annual cost of full-time undergraduate tuition for eligible students.
Two medical students led efforts to integrate environmental health into the School of Medicine’s curriculum, offering students additional training on the health impacts of climate change.
Dr. Elizabeth Hoge, an associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry, recommends a few practical, simple tips to navigate stress and anxiety during the holiday season and final exams.
The Georgetown Law Center on National Security will lead an international advisory group to help the Ukrainian government prosecute war crimes committed during the Russian invasion of their country.
Georgetown’s board of directors welcomed new members, reviewed a balanced budget for the fiscal year 2022 and toured the university’s downtown facilities during its annual fall meeting in October.
Since 1922, the Pep Band has drummed up school spirit in nail-biter games, Final Four championships and Hilltop performances. Discover a few of its lesser-known moments on its centennial anniversary.
After accompanying refugees on their first visit to a U.S. pharmacy, these medical students created a program to help refugee families access critical resources and the care they need.
In an experiential learning internship, undergraduates researched respiratory viruses in laboratories and classrooms and applied their learnings to help patients in pediatric hospitals in Buenos Aires.