In Georgetown’s Making an Exoneree course, students took a fresh look at decades-old cases, seeking to prove the innocence of five people – two of whom are on death row.
Discover how Georgetown community members are examining the environment through a campus-wide art walk, the performing arts and a student-run magazine.
Georgetown is investing in new construction projects on its main campus and downtown location to provide additional, greener housing and collaborative spaces for undergraduate and graduate students.
Nadia Sadanandan (NHS’24) has been named a Goldwater Scholar, a scholarship awarded to promising students who excel in mathematics, engineering and the natural sciences.
Solveig Baylor (C’22) and fellow Georgetown students presented their research at the inaugural Big East Research Symposium, an event that highlights the value of undergraduate research.
Gracey Owen (B’22) won the Big East’s annual competition for student entrepreneurs with her pitch to make composting more accessible.
In January, two Georgetown students received an unexpected invitation: Join Pope Francis on a live Zoom call. A few weeks later, they presented their experiences and questions to the Pope.
Georgetown University is the second highest producer of U.S. Fulbright Student Program awardees for 2021-2022.
Frances Haugen, the former Facebook project manager turned whistleblower, championed transparency and accountability at an event hosted by the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD).
National Defense Policy Initiative (NDPI) Women are half of the global population, and their perspective is integral as well as necessary to all international peace and security operations. How…