Diversity and Inclusion

Georgetown University College of Arts & Sciences is proud to celebrate diversity and strives to make our community inclusive and welcoming to all in it.

We celebrate our differences that make us a stronger community of students, faculty, and staff who treat each other with respect and dignity in the true spirit of the Jesuit tradition of Cura Personalis.

News Highlights

A woman with medium-length dark hair wears a gray Georgetown tee shirt and a gray hat. She is also wearing sunglasses and smiling at the camera. Behind her is a wide body of water.

News Story

Dolphins in the Potomac? For This Georgetown Professor, It’s Her Life’s Work

Janet Mann’s husband thought he could occasionally get her away from her research by getting a cottage down the Potomac River. Then the Georgetown professor found dolphins in their backyard.

June 10, 2024

A young man in academic regalia speaks at a podium. He wears a shirt with a white collar and a tie. His hair is combed.

News Story

The College of Arts & Sciences Celebrates Outstanding Students and Faculty at 2024 Tropaia Exercises

The Georgetown University College of Arts & Sciences gathered in historic Gaston Hall to honor exceptional graduating seniors and outstanding faculty members at the 105th annual Tropaia Exercises.

May 18, 2024

A collection of winged insects encased under glass.

CAS Magazine: Faculty

Curious Little Things: Uncovering the Wide World of Insects with Martha Weiss

Cicadas that change ecosystems. Moths that remember being caterpillars. Spiders that cosplay ants. Entomologist and Professor Martha Weiss studies the colorful, crawly, and creepy insects that surround us.

April 30, 2024