MBA Alumnus Starts New Tech Company for Veterans
November 9, 2015
Navy veteran Justin Ossola (G’13) creates Tech Qualled, a start-up that places veterans, who are transitioning out of the military, into competitive sales jobs at high-tech firms.
Doctor: Blood Test May Be Next Step in Exploring Gulf War Illness
November 3, 2015
Dr. James Baraniuk, a Georgetown University Medical Center researcher who discovered the first physical evidence of Gulf War Illness, says the next step may be to develop a blood test for the illness.
Gulf War Veteran, Tillman Scholar to Pursue Medical School
November 2, 2015
2015 Tillman Military Scholar and Gulf War veteran Benjamin Bryant (G’17) plans to pursue medical school, focus on healing others and then rejoin the service.
Georgetown Honors Veterans, Conducts Research on Key Issues
November 1, 2015
The university offers military veterans numerous undergraduate and graduate educational opportunities as well as medical and financial support as it studies important issues such as Gulf War illness and post-war mental health.
New York Times Journalists Share War Reporting Experiences
March 26, 2015
New York Times journalists C.J. Chivers and Tyler Hicks share their experiences covering conflicts in other parts of the world during a panel discussion, “War Reporting: Ukraine, Syria, and Other Fronts.”
Psychology Professor to Evaluate Veterans' Mental Health Program
December 15, 2014
Georgetown psychology professor Jennifer Woolard will evaluate a new program aimed at reducing the rates of suicide and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in veterans.
Veterans Day at Georgetown Honors Those Who Serve
November 12, 2014
Georgetown remembers and honors students, faculty and staff who served in the military with Veterans Day programs on Main Campus and at the Law Center.
Air Force Veteran, Student Wins Prestigious Military Scholarship
November 11, 2014
Bonnie Hayes (G'15), a Sports Industry Management program student who provided mental health services to soldiers during the war in Iraq, is Georgetown's latest Tillman Military Scholar.
Doctoral Candidate, Veteran, Honored by National Science Foundation
November 5, 2014
Amy Battocletti, a second-year Ph.D. candidate in Georgetown's biology department and a former U.S. Navy aerographer's mate, is one of 11 veterans honored by the NSF in a ceremony today.
Navy Veteran Awarded for Excellence in Technology Management
May 12, 2014
Before U.S. Navy Veteran Matthew Gonter (G’14) walks across the stage to receive his diploma this week, the School of Continuing Studies (SCS) at Georgetown will honor him with its Outstanding Technology Management Student Award.