On April 18, Georgetown will host a “Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition and Hope” and the dedication of Isaac Hawkins Hall and Anne Marie Becraft Hall as part of our continued recognition of Georgetown’s history with the institution of slavery.
Anthropology professor Susan Terrio receives the Choice Outstanding Academic Title distinction for her book on the plight of undocumented children in the United States who fall into temporary government custody.
Sarah Stewart Johnson, assistant professor in the STIA and biology departments teamed up with Angela Bai (C’17), post-doctoral fellow Elena Zaikova and David Goerlitz of the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center to conduct the first-ever DNA sequencing in Antarctica
The Baker Center for Leadership & Governance at the McCourt School of Public Policy announces its recipients of the Baker Innovation Grant supporting the development of ideas to solve pressing global policy challenges.
We are celebrating our scientific community of female faculty, students, and alumni who have made dramatic contributions to scientific knowledge over several decades – from the trailblazing research of astronomer and alumna Vera Rubin in the 1970s to today's faculty, who conduct a wide variety of research funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, other... View details ⇨
Tune in on Facebook Live at 3pm ET today as Assoc. Professor Marcia Chatelain chats with the co-host of the popular Undisclosed Podcast about the newest season of Undisclosed: The Killing of Freddie Gray.
Georgetown Buzz heads to the one of the largest college a capella festivals on the East Coast, the 44th Annual Cherry Tree Massacre, hosted by the Georgetown Chimes. In the final show, the Chimes reconnect with their past through their alumni brotherhood, which remains strong today.