News Archive

  • The 2019 American Comparative Literature Association annual meeting will be held at Georgetown
    Three Students Present Research at ACLA Conference
    April 18, 2019

    While many of their peers went home or took vacations, three College students stayed on campus to present original papers at the 2019 American Comparative Literature Conference, the country’s largest annual gathering of comparative literature scholars.

  • Nine students pose with an Italian embassy staffer in front of a large window
    Italian Institute Hosts Fourth Annual Business Workshop
    April 15, 2019

    This spring, the Italian Research Institute at Georgetown College hosted its fourth annual Innovative Solutions to Business Challenges workshop, a student-centered team competition whose winners receive paid summer internships.

  • Members of the Social Responsibility Network board pose with Dean Celenza in a wood-paneled office in front of a bookcase
    Social Responsibility Network Fosters Service-Based Career Connections
    April 11, 2019

    The Georgetown College Office of the Dean is excited to begin recruiting the inaugural cohort for the Social Responsibility Network (SRN), a mentorship program for Georgetown College students interested in pursuing service-based careers.

  • Journalism Program Director Doyle McManus moderates a panel with three national journalists on stage
    El-Lozi Lecture Brings National Journalists to Campus
    April 9, 2019

    This year’s Salim El-Lozi lecture featured CNN Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta, NPR Weekend Edition host Lulu Garcia-Navarro, and Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan (C’79), moderated by the Journalism Program Director and Los Angeles Times columnist Doyle McManus.

  • A myelinating oligodendrocyte cell highlighted in green against a purple background
    Huang Receives Award to Research MS Treatment
    April 5, 2019

    Professor Jeffrey Huang of the Georgetown College Department of Biology has received a major award from the National MS Society to continue research on a potentially groundbreaking treatment for multiple sclerosis.

  • Sherrill Roland reads a magazine in a library while wearing an orange prison jumpsuit
    Sherrill Roland's The Jumpsuit Project at Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery
    April 2, 2019

    The Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery and the Prisons and Justice Initiative at Georgetown University are pleased to present Sherrill Roland’s interactive performance art event, The Jumpsuit Project, on April 10 and 11.

  • A Catalan atlas of the western Sahara region
    Medieval Studies Program Changes Name to Reflect Global Perspective
    March 28, 2019

    This semester, the Medieval Studies Program at Georgetown College is changing its name to the Global Medieval Studies Program in order to reflect a greater emphasis on the study of civilizations outside western Europe.

  • A group of Georgetown students pose in a TV studio with hosts
    GEMA Externship Provides Valuable Networking Opportunity
    March 27, 2019

    Four seniors in Georgetown College took spring break as an opportunity to network with alumni in Los Angeles and New York through the Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance (GEMA) Externship program.

  • Biology Professors Coauthor Study on Monarch Migration
    March 25, 2019

    A major paper on monarch butterfly migration coauthored by Professors Leslie Ries and Naresh Neupane of the Department of Biology was published this week in PNAS.

  • Professor Milena Santoro stands in her office behind several trophies and certificates
    For French Professor Milena Santoro, an Award-Winning Stretch
    March 12, 2019

    Over a stretch of just over 18 months in 2017 and 2018, French Professor Milena Santoro received five major honors from professional associations and the university.