• Halfway Around the World, A Lesson Continues

    Halfway Around the World, A Lesson Continues

    Caroline Hughes (C'18) began her college career in Professor Bette Jacobs' Ignatius Seminar. Two years later, Jacobs invited her on an incredible trip to Mozambique.

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  • Science Departments, NIST Establish Grant Framework

    Science Departments, NIST Establish Grant Framework

    Georgetown College has established a new framework for collaboration with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Md.

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  • Watch: Diana Glick, Catalyst for Careers in Science

    Watch: Diana Glick, Catalyst for Careers in Science

    One of the 2015 recipients of the College Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching, chemistry professor Diana Glick fosters a lifelong love of science in her students.

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