Meghan Chapple, Georgetown’s first vice president of sustainability, will build on Georgetown’s ongoing sustainability work and lead the university’s strategic actions to make our university and world more sustainable.
In a paper published in Science Advances, physics professor Emanuela Del Gado and post-doctoral researcher Abhay Goyal study the cohesive strength of cement in the hopes of creating greener infrastructure.
For those seeking to help organizations reduce their impact on the environment by harnessing the power of business, Georgetown is offering a new interdisciplinary M.S. in Environment and Sustainability Management.
Tomas Valdes (MBA’21) will research the economic implications of United Arab Emirates government policy responses to crises and Tristan Schnader (MBA’21) will examine past conservation finance investment projects in Brazil.
Georgetown hosted plenaries examining Universal Apostolic Preferences, Ignatian spirituality, racial justice, immigration, women in leadership and environmental justice with Jesuit university faculty, staff, administrators and board members.