Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service took a trip to the Peach State to observe some of the excitement behind the 2017 special election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District. Students from GU Politics had a chance to meet with candidates (including a Hoya alum!), party leaders and campaign staff.
Georgetown's Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor plans to identify, nurture, train and convene a new generation of diverse, female labor leaders in a collaborative effort with Rutgers University.
Georgetown University Medical Center's Dr. John Marshall says colorectal cancer rates are rising in people under age 50 and this year will represent one in 10 of the 135,500 new cases of the disease expected to be diagnosed this year.
"I remember having two Hoya alums who were potential investors over to see the process and laughing so hard at the fact that we were doing a demo out of the same student housing they lived in over 20 years ago.”
Georgetown’s board of directors approved a Socially Responsible Investing Policy (SRI Policy) today that further aligns the university’s investment strategy with its commitment to social justice, protection of human life and dignity, stewardship for the planet and promotion of the common good.
In honor of #WorldOceansDay a look back at activist and actor Adrian Grenier as he discusses the long-term impacts of human behavior on the world's oceans at the Our Ocean, One Future Leadership Summit.
The D.C. Metropolitan Police Department, Georgetown Law and Mayor Bowser’s D.C. Government Certified Public Managers Program announce the “Police for Tomorrow Fellowship Program”, which will prepare fellows to become leaders in putting innovative policing ideas into practice in the District of Columbia and beyond.
Georgetown joins a group of leading universities across the country to reaffirm its commitment in support of the Paris Agreement on climate change – continuing its work toward slowing the rise in the global average temperature and transitioning to a clean energy economy.
Professors in the McDonough School of Business research Kate Spade & Company’s "on purpose" initiative and find the business model empowers female artisans in Rwanda both economically and psychologically.
The Georgetown Scholarship Program, which helps talented, low-income, often first-generation students thrive at the university, has a high graduation rate and has been recognized in a forthcoming longitudinal study as a model for other universities.