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.
Champion Diversity and Be Brave, Alumna Tells Graduating Seniors
May 21, 2018
Pamela Nwaoko (C’10) seeks to inspire graduating seniors to believe in and work to advance diversity during her address at Senior Convocation.
Georgetown Graduates Thousands Of Students During Commencement 2018
May 21, 2018
Georgetown celebrates the achievements of its more than 6,000 graduates and the faculty, family and friends who support and inspire them during 2018 Commencement Weekend, May 17-20.
Serial Killer Subject of Undergraduate Research Thesis
May 17, 2018
Grace O'Toole (C'18) explored the intersection of psychology and the legal system by focusing her senior thesis on Florida serial killer Aileen Wuornos.
Georgetown’s Beloved Howard Gray, S.J., Remembered at Memorial Mass
May 15, 2018
The university holds a memorial Mass for Rev. Howard Gray, S.J., who held numerous positions at Georgetown and elsewhere and passed away May 7.
Georgetown Celebrates Commencement 2018
May 14, 2018
Read about Commencement 2018, May 17-20, watch the ceremonies live and share your experiences on social media using #Hoyas2018 as Georgetown celebrates the achievements of the Class of 2018.
Prison Reform Course Helps Four Convicted of Murder Prove Innocence
May 10, 2018
A group of undergraduates in a unique “Prison Reform Project” course have conducted investigations into four murder cases that may one day lead to the release of individuals thought to be wrongfully convicted.
First University-Wide Women's Forum Attracts Alumni, Students and Faculty
May 9, 2018
More than 500 alumni, students and faculty gather for the first university-wide Women’s Forum, where participants share their experience and expertise in leadership, entrepreneurship, law, social justice and the sciences.