Omicron Delta Epsilon, the National Economic Honor Society, Washington, DC Chapter will host Investing for a Sustainable Future on Thursday, February 22nd from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM. This event…
Georgetown’s Earth Commons Institute received its largest gift to date that will fund a new endowed chair for innovative education, groundbreaking research and transformative action on the environment and sustainability.
The Hoya Harvest Garden may look like a garden, but it's much more. The living laboratory generates fresh produce for Georgetown's food pantry and offers hands-on learning experiences for students.
Undergraduates traveled to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula as part of a new immersive summer course and found the experience shifted how they interact with the environment — and with their own…
Georgetown’s pioneering program in science, technology and international affairs is helping generations of Hoyas apply their classroom learnings in real time, from the Arctic to outer space.
Carline Noailles (G’23) pursued an executive MBA to enhance her business and leadership skills in sustainability. She left with a greater sense of purpose in advancing the common good.
Emma Kaboli was preparing for law school when she discovered a passion for policy. Now, she’s a 2023 Presidential Management Fellow Program finalist, planning for a career in public service.
In celebration of Earth Month, learn how Earth Commons Director Peter P. Marra and Anna Giaquinto (B’21) are developing scalable solutions to address urgent challenges on our planet.
The McDonough School of Business’ M.S. in Global Real Assets immerses students in the growing field of real assets, equipping them to invest, develop and implement resources in real estate.
Dr. Katherine Beers Manager of the Circular Economy Program and the Leader of the Polymers and Complex Fluids Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology In a Circular…