Former State Department Official to Become New Berkley Center Director
May 11, 2017
Shaun Casey, a leading expert on issues of religion, politics and international affairs, will become the new director of Georgetown’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs this summer.
New Autism Screening Provides Effective Model for Latino Infants
May 10, 2017
Georgetown University Medical Center autism specialists, working with Latino families in Washington, D.C., develop an effective screening program that identifies Latino infants who may be at risk for autism spectrum disorder.
Prestigious Journal Selects Professor's Work on Protein Mutations in E. Coli
May 9, 2017
The Journal of Biological Chemistry selects as an editor's pick chemistry professor Rodrigo Maillard's new findings on the behavior of mutations in a protein in E. coli bacteria.
Guggenheim Fellowship Aids Research on Stalinism, German WWII Occupation
May 2, 2017
Georgetown professor Michael David-Fox wins a prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship for a book project on how the Soviet system and the WWII German occupation regime intertwined in the Smolensk region.
Georgetown Launches Global Health Initiative to Advance Research, Solutions
May 1, 2017
A new university-wide Global Health Initiative designed to advance research, teaching and solutions on pressing global health issues launched this week with a forum that included more than 50 faculty members.
People Who Donate Kidneys to Strangers Value Them as Much as Family, Friends
April 28, 2017
Abigail Marsh, an associate professor of psychology and neuroscience and Georgetown Ph.D. candidate Kruti Vekaria publish a new study in Nature Human Behavior.
Washington’s First Census Research Data Center Opens at Georgetown
April 26, 2017
Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy yesterday opens the first Research Data Center (RDC) in Washington, a joint project of the U.S. Census Bureau and the school’s Massive Data Institute.
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.
Giving Permission to Fail Motivates Increased Sales and Productivity
April 10, 2017
McDonough Business School professors Catherine Tinsley and Jason Schloetzer along with a research team find that giving employees permission to fail can increase confidence and lead to increased sales and productivity in the workplace.
Autism Initiative With New Muppet 'Remarkably Positive,' Georgetown Study Shows
April 4, 2017
A Sesame Workshop initiative that includes a new Muppet called Julia invokes “remarkably positive changes” for parents of children with and without autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to preliminary study results released today by Georgetown’s Bruno Anthony.