Eight Alumni Make 2018 Forbes '30 Under 30' List
February 13, 2018
A total of eight Georgetown alumni are listed in Forbes magazine's annual "30 Under 30" 2018 edition, in which the publication honors what it calls "young stars, visionaries and creative disruptors" in 20 different industries.
Green Beret, Law Student Shares Story of Service and Sacrifice With '60 Minutes'
November 13, 2017
Green Beret veteran Derrick Anderson (L’19) speaks on 60 Minutes after losing soldiers in his unit to friendly fire as they protected a polling location during elections in Afghanistan.
Student, Alumni Veterans Create Tea Startup for Former Service Members Who Can't Sleep
November 10, 2017
McDonough School of Business alumni veteran Christian Hyland (MBA’17), Matt Harb (MBA’17) and student veteran Nick De Gregorio (MBA’18) launch an organic tea startup, Coyotea, to help former military service members who have trouble sleeping.
Military-Connected Students, Families Bolstered by Programs for Veterans
November 3, 2017
Georgetown’s student veterans and military-connected community find support and make contributions as members of the broader university community.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell Addresses 'Leadership Without Authority'
October 4, 2017
Former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell relates his experience with leadership in his former military and government roles in an event hosted by the McDonough School of Business' Stanton Distinguished Leaders Series and the McDonough Military Association student club.
Veterans Affairs Secretary Delivers Remarks at Innovation Event
August 9, 2017
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Dr. David Shulkin speaks at Georgetown for the federal department's second annual “VA Innovation Demo Day," an event the School of Nursing & Health Studies helped to organize.
Truman Scholarship Winners Include Marine Corps Vet, Ordained Deacon
April 12, 2017
Marine Corps veteran Cristine Starke (SFS’18) and ordained deacon Daniel Wassim (SFS’18) receive the prestigious 2017 Truman Scholarship for their graduate studies and opportunities for programs to help prepare them for public service leadership careers.
First Female U.N. Peacekeeping Operation Commander Advocates for Gender Equality
February 27, 2017
The first and only woman to command a United Nations peacekeeping operation speaks at the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security about her work to advance gender equality in military operations.
University Receives Two Awards Commending its Leadership for Veterans
December 13, 2016
Two organizations recognize Georgetown for being a military-friendly institution that provides numerous services and opportunities for its student and alumni veterans.
Georgetown Celebrates Service Members During Military Awareness Month
November 3, 2016
Georgetown celebrates the contributions of service members throughout November to highlight and raise awareness around the military community on campus.