News Archive

  • 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.

  • 10 Great Classes to Fill Out Your Schedule
    10 Great Classes to Fill Out Your Schedule
    August 30, 2016

    We tasked our team of advising deans with putting together a list of their favorite fall courses that still (as of Tuesday morning, August 30) have spots available. If you’re on the fence about picking up that fifth class, give this list a look!

  • Dean Chester Gillis
    Dean Gillis Welcomes Students to Campus
    August 23, 2016

    Dean Chester Gillis welcomes students for the 2016-17 academic year.

  • Benedetti
    Italian Professor, Alumna to Speak at Library of Congress
    August 23, 2016

    Italian professor Laura Benedetti and reporter Emily Langer (C'06) will present together at the Library of Congress on September 1.

  • Anastasia Somoza Takes Center Stage
    August 11, 2016

    One of the star speakers of the Democratic National Convention, Anastasia Somoza (C'07) has been advocating for those in need since childhood. Georgetown College helped her find her voice and turn her passion into a vocation.

  • Del Gado Paper Published in Nature Communications
    August 2, 2016

    Georgetown College physics professor Emanuela Del Gado and her coauthors studied cement hydrates, the main binding agents in concrete, in a paper published in Nature Communications last month.

  • Did the Parties Decide?
    July 26, 2016

    With both the Democrats and the Republicans officially choosing their nominees this month, we caught up with Professor Hans Noel to discuss the impact of the 2016 primary and the future of American politics.

  • Georgetown University Chamber Singers
    WATCH: A Connection Through Music
    July 19, 2016

    Performing at a Baroque festival in Bolivia, the Georgetown University Chamber Singers found a spiritual connection strikingly similar to that found by Jesuit missionary musicians hundreds of years ago.

  • Nitric oxide
    For Chemistry Professor, Years of Research Yield Breakthrough
    July 12, 2016

    The Georgetown paper represents an important shift in how scientists think about nitric oxide, as it identifies a new way this molecule can regulate proteins.

  • Brexit
    Expert Q & A: Brexit
    July 1, 2016

    Following the historic June 23 vote in the referendum for the United Kingdom to leave the EU, we sat down with faculty experts from the College and SFS to learn more about "Brexit."