First Novel in Trilogy by Recent Grad Draws on Georgetown Studies
July 17, 2018
Rebecca Kuang (SFS’18), a 2018 Marshall Scholar, has published the first novel of her three-book deal with HarperCollins Publishing.
Ethics and Moral Theology Guiding Catholic Health Systems Subject of New Master’s Degree
July 6, 2018
Georgetown has partnered with the Catholic University of America with support from the Catholic Health Association of the United States to create a Master of Arts in Catholic Clinical Ethics.
Georgetown Celebrates Commitment to First-Generation, Underrepresented Students
July 5, 2018
Georgetown celebrates its longstanding commitment to providing support for first-generation and other underrepresented students as one of its flagship programs marks its 50th anniversary.
Distinguished Economist, Social Policy Scholar, Public Servant Named McCourt School Dean
June 28, 2018
Georgetown names Maria Cancian, a distinguished scholar of family and antipoverty policies and an experienced public servant, as the next dean of the McCourt School of Public Policy, effective Feb. 1.
Black Student Alliance Celebrates 50-Year Legacy of Community and Support
June 27, 2018
Georgetown’s Black Student Alliance (BSA) celebrates its 50 years of addressing and amplifying the African American experience on campus.
From Brown to Georgetown: Meet the New Dean of the Library
June 19, 2018
Harriette Hemmasi, who has held library leadership positions at three universities, including Brown University, will become Georgetown’s new Dean of the Library on Aug. 1.
Goldwater Scholarship Winner Says Scientific Research is His Calling
June 11, 2018
A Georgetown student who conducts research that could one day improve the design of biocompatible devices and implants receives a Barry Goldwater Scholarship.
Board Finance Committee Supports Recommendation to Avoid Tar Sands Investments
June 7, 2018
During its June meeting, the board of director's Committee on Finance and Administration supports a recommendation to use reasonable efforts to avoid investments in companies whose principal business is the extraction of bituminous sands (“tar sands”) for use in energy production.
Measuring Pollution: New Master’s Degree Designed to Improve Environmental Policy
June 1, 2018
A new master’s program that teaches students to measure and analyze potential hazardous substances in the earth’s atmosphere or on its surface so they can make appropriate environmental policy will be offered nights and weekends starting this fall.
Faculty, Staff Recognized For Contributions As Academic Year Ends
May 30, 2018
Georgetown recognizes the outstanding service and performance of faculty and staff during the academic year.