At Georgetown College, research unites faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students in the search for new knowledge through academic methods of inquiry. As senior scholars, faculty express and pursue the most ambitious questions in their fields while inviting inviting students to participate in a process of inquiry, exploration, and discovery. Students join in this research in classrooms, laboratories, archives, and the field, all the while gaining valuable training and mentorship from their faculty advisors. At the College, both the new knowledge generated by research and the process of inquiry itself are central to the education and formation of students.
People who can unconsciously pick up on complex patterns are more likely to believe in God as the creator of patterns of events in the universe, according to a new, multicultural study by Georgetown psychology professor Adam Green and his research team.
The Kennedy Institute of Ethics (KIE) senior research scholar Henry S. Richardson recently partnered with a global group of experts in co-authoring a new paper in Science entitled “An ethical framework for global vaccine allocation.”
Georgetown College is pleased to welcome 24 new full-time faculty members with primary appointments in 16 College departments and programs. This cohort will help enrich the student experience through their varied and nuanced areas of study.