News Archive

  • Gonzalez
    Si, Se Puede
    February 19, 2013

    Adan Gonzalez (C’15) started an organization to mentor students and break cycles of under-education in the United States.

  • Cazabon
    Uncultivated: Questioning How We See Nature
    February 14, 2013

    Artist Lynn Cazabon’s latest exhibition at Georgetown questions the value system we place on plants and nature.

  • McNutt
    Journalist with a Jump Shot
    February 11, 2013

    In her blog at the Washington Post, alumna Monica McNutt (C’11) gives advice to students on finding balance as a student-athlete.

  • Burton
    Researching Energy at Georgetown and CERN
    February 7, 2013

    Physics major George Burton (C’13) is working to make solar cells cheaper and more efficient.

  • Gannagé
    Seeing History Through Manuscripts
    February 4, 2013

    Associate Professor Emma Gannagé explains how working with manuscripts may “force us to rewrite the history of Islamic civilization.”

  • Convocation
    Teaching with Distinction
    January 31, 2013

    The College honors three professors with the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.

  • Collins
    Exploring God, Religion, and Science
    January 28, 2013

    Rev. David J. Collins, S.J., shares his fascination with God, religion, and science in a seminar for first-year students.

  • SOA
    What Does Democracy Look Like?
    January 22, 2013

    Each year, Georgetown students combine social justice theory with practice and learn about the power of non-violent protest.

  • Marsh
    Why Do Strangers Help?
    January 17, 2013

    Assistant Psychology Professor Abigail Marsh explores the neurological basis for altruism, psychopathy, and moral reasoning.

  • Dybul
    Putting People First
    January 14, 2013

    Ambassador Mark Dybul (C’85, M’92, H’08) received the 2012 Healy Award for his outstanding public service in support of humanitarian causes and advancements for the benefit of mankind.