Professor: Next U.S. President Should Support Innovation Through Public-Private Partnerships
August 4, 2016
Michael Czinkota, a Georgetown professor of international business and marketing, argues that the next President of the United States should support public-private sector initiatives to rebuild U.S. competence and confidence in its process learning capabilities and commercialization of innovation.
Faculty Available to Speak on 2016 Olympic Games
August 2, 2016
Georgetown faculty experts examine the issues and dynamics associated with the 2016 Summer Games in Brazil.
Scholars Explore Psychic Hold of Slavery on 21st Century America
August 1, 2016
Georgetown professors Soyica Diggs Colbert and Robert Patterson hope their new book will spark conversations about how the American legacy of slavery informs a present in which African-Americans experience ongoing and increasing racial inequity and violence.
Government Professor Explores the Future of American Politics
July 29, 2016
Hans Noel, an associate professor of government and co-author of The Party Decides, talks about the 2016 election and the future of American politics.
Professor: Abusive Leadership is in the Eye of the Beholder
July 26, 2016
A new book by McDonough School of Business professor Robert J. Bies analyzes the impact of abusive leadership in the workplace.
Public Health Benefits of E-Cigarette Use Tend to Outweigh Harms
July 19, 2016
A study by a Georgetown population scientist and oncologist finds that e-cigarettes provide the potential to improve public health when they are used as a substitute for smoking.
Science Departments and NIST Establish Grant Framework
July 5, 2016
Physics professor Peter Olmsted along with other professors in the university's science departments establish a new grant framework that will allow the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to more easily collaborate with faculty in Georgetown College.
Hidden Voice Commands Could Attack Your Smartphone, Study Shows
July 1, 2016
Georgetown computer scientists have found that devices such as a smartphone can be attacked through hidden voice commands that are not understandable to humans.
Report Shows Huge D.C. Health Disparities, Makes Recommendations
June 28, 2016
A new Georgetown report that will be submitted to the District of Columbia Commission on African American Affairs reveals sobering statistics about health disparities in the city.
Georgetown Researchers to Evaluate, Transform Education in Tanzania
June 23, 2016
Four Georgetown faculty members will help evaluate Big Results Now in Education, a multifaceted, multimillion-dollar Government of Tanzania-funded reform program to address the country’s educational crisis in primary and secondary schools.