Annual International Conference on Cyber Engagement Includes Experts From Around the World
April 25, 2017
Georgetown hosts the 7th Annual International Conference on Cyber Engagement with keynote speakers from across the public and private sectors as well as panelist experts from around the world.
Doctor, Alumnus Keynotes NHS Undergraduate Research Conference
April 24, 2017
Rear Adm. Richard W. Childs (C’87, M’91), assistant surgeon general in the Commissioned Corps of the United States Public Health Service, delivers the keynote address at the School of Nursing & Health Studies' annual event celebrating undergraduate research and faculty mentorship.
New Master’s Degree Melds Environmental Measurements Science and Policy
April 21, 2017
Georgetown offers a new interdisciplinary master’s program designed to give students the skills to conduct rigorous scientific measurement and analysis of toxins, hazardous substances and other materials in the earth’s atmosphere and surface.
New Solar Panels to Produce Clean Energy, Help Low-Income D.C. Residents
April 21, 2017
A major solar panel project to be installed on six buildings at Georgetown this summer will increase the university’s sustainability efforts, reduce costs and serve low-income residents in the city.
Graduate Students Win Health Care Innovation Competition
April 20, 2017
Three graduate students in Georgetown's School of Nursing & Health Studies win a competition focused on health care innovation for their proposed emergency-department-focused tool to help hospitals manage the care of repeat patient visitors.
Sustainable Oceans Summit Hopes to Make Oceans ‘Famous’
April 20, 2017
The global Sustainable Oceans Alliance (SOA) created by Georgetown student Daniela Fernandez (C’17) is celebrating Earth Day by hosting its third annual Sustainable Oceans Summit.
Georgetown Alumnus Speaks at Global Health Conference
April 19, 2017
Georgetown alumnus Dr. Mark Dybul (C'85, M'92), executive director of the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, expresses cautious optimism at a recent global health conference.
Georgetown Apologizes for 1838 Sale of 272 Slaves, Dedicates Buildings
April 18, 2017
Georgetown, in partnership with the Archdiocese of Washington and the Society of Jesus in the United States, holds a religious ceremony and building dedication in remembrance of the university's historical ties to slavery and its steps toward contrition and hope.
Former National Security Council Policymaker Rejoins Georgetown
April 17, 2017
Charles Kupchan, a former special assistant to the president and senior director for European affairs for the National Security Council in the Obama administration, returns to Georgetown this semester to teach in the School of Foreign Service.
Building to Be Renamed for Pioneer Black Educator Anne Marie Becraft
April 13, 2017
The 19th-century free woman of color for whom Georgetown’s Anne Marie Becraft Hall will be named April 18 founded one of the first schools for black girls in Georgetown and later became one of America’s first black nuns.