Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Inaugurates Lecture Series Named in Her Honor
April 26, 2018
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg inaugurates a new lecture series named in her honor by participating in a conversation talk with two Georgetown Law faculty members who are Ginsburg's authorized biographers.
Al Gore Offers Audience, Students Hopes and Fears in Fighting Climate Change
April 24, 2018
Al Gore praises Georgetown’s new Core Pathway on Climate Change during a keynote address on “The Climate Crisis and its Solutions” yesterday in Gaston Hall.
Nancy Pelosi Urges Students to Vote, Calls for Pathway to Citizenship
April 24, 2018
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-California) notes the importance of young people voting and helping to shape the country’s future during a town hall with students at Georgetown today.
National HIV Surveillance to Improve With Georgetown’s CDC Grant
April 23, 2018
A team of Georgetown researchers receives a $2 million grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide a secure, high-assurance, privacy protection, data-sharing tool for use by public health agencies and departments across the United States.
City Honors Georgetown With Top Green Award for Sustainability Leadership
April 20, 2018
The District of Columbia honors Georgetown with its People’s Choice Award as a top green organization in Washington, D.C.
Heroic World War II Chaplain, Professor Honored at Georgetown
April 18, 2018
Georgetown dedicates a campus terrace on Monday to the late Rev. Martin J. O’Gara, S.J., a World War II chaplain and former religion department professor who heroically saved passengers before an Army plane crashed at sea.
Georgetown Joins Emancipation Day Conversations on Legacies of Slavery
April 17, 2018
Georgetown commemorates Washington, D.C.’s 156th observance of Emancipation Day by participating in an event that explores how various institutions are examining and reconciling their historic ties to slavery.
Emancipation Day Event Honors Legacy of African American Educator, Nun
April 16, 2018
The university honors the legacies of 19th-century pioneer educator and nun Anne Marie Becraft and the first black female religious order in the country, the Oblate Sisters of Providence, during an Emancipation Day event at Georgetown.
Gender Equity Among Faculty, Senior Leaders Focus of New Task Force
April 13, 2018
Georgetown launches a new Task Force on Gender Equity to study and recommend ways to strengthen the university’s capacity to support and advance gender equity among its faculty and senior leadership.
Patient Narrative, Endangered Coral Projects Win Undergraduate Bioethics Showcase
April 13, 2018
Projects by Maddy Rice (C’20) and Sam Lee (C’18) win this year’s Bioethics Research Showcase, a juried exhibition of Georgetown undergraduate research and scholarship sponsored by the university’s Kennedy Institute for Ethics (KIE).