News Archive

  • Expert Q&A: The 2016 Election
    November 15, 2016

    We reached out to some of the Department of Government's experts on American politics and the presidency to help parse Tuesday's results.

  • Beyond Religion
    November 2, 2016

    Lindsay trice is a product manager at a highly successful data analysis firm. She credits her theology degree with helping her get there.

  • Summer with the CSJ
    Summer with the CSJ
    October 18, 2016

    40 percent of the students who participate in programs offered by the Center for Social Justice Research, Teaching and Service come from Georgetown College. We sat down with Justice and Peace Studies professor and CSJ director Andrea Wisler to learn more about the important work they do in the summer.

  • Anyanwu Takes Aim at Health Gaps
    October 12, 2016

    This past summer, Stapleton Award recipient and anthropology minor Cristeen Anyanwu (C’18) used her training to address disparities in breast cancer treatment and awareness.

  • Meet the Newest Faculty Members
    Meet The Newest Faculty Members
    September 27, 2016

    The Fall 2016 semester has brought a number of passionate and qualified new instructors to Georgetown College.

  • Olmsted Joins Hopkins, NIST in 3D Printing Research
    September 22, 2016

    Georgetown College physics professor Peter Olmsted will participate in a major research project to study the properties of polymers used in 3D printing.

  • Psychology professor Abigail Marsh
    Marsh Delivers TED Talk on Altruism
    September 20, 2016

    Psychology professor Abigail Marsh gave a TED talk on the neurological basis for altruistic behavior.

  • Chemistry
    Chemistry Department Shines in Grant Awards
    September 20, 2016

    Four professors from Georgetown College’s Department of Chemistry have received major grants from various branches of the U.S. government in the last two months.

  • Course Cluster Challenges Thinking on Disability
    September 14, 2016

    Disability studies is an emerging field that critically analyzes the concept of disability across different cultures, time periods and academic disciplines. It raises challenging questions about the way we define physical and mental abilities, as well as the assumptions we make in designing and talking about our world.

  • Patterson Heads Up African American Studies Major
    September 6, 2016

    Professor Robert J. Patterson (C'02) has run the African American Studies program since 2013. Now he gets to guide its transition to a full academic department and major.