Georgetown Arts & Sciences

The Magazine for Georgetown University’s College of Arts & Sciences

World-renowned faculty, remarkable students and dynamic alumni

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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

CAS Magazine: Alumni

Through Line: Novelist Jinwoo Chong (C’17) Celebrates a Banner Year

From performing at the White House to authoring a Best Book of 2023, Jinwoo Chong (C’17) stays in motion.

April 30, 2024

A woman with medium-length auburn hair stands outside. She wears a chunky sweater and dark jeans. Behind her the nigh sky is hues of blue and black.

CAS Magazine: Faculty

Reaching into the Night: Exploring the Cosmos with Sarah Johnson

Whether in the farthest reaches of our solar system, her lab on the Hilltop or her New York Times bestselling book, Professor Sarah Johnson seeks out signs of life — and connection.

April 30, 2024

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Explore the inaugural issue of Georgetown Arts & Sciences, which celebrates the world-renowned, faculty, remarkable students and dynamic alumni who comprise our academic community. Founded in 1789 as the first Catholic and Jesuit institution of higher education in the United States, the College of Arts & Sciences is the beating heart of Georgetown University. Read more about the Hoyas setting the world on fire.