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Provost's Blog

  • Statistics and Elections
    October 26, 2016
    I’ve lived through enough presidential elections to expect calls from journalists as we approach the voting date. The interviews usually begin asking about whether we should believe the pre-election polls. This year has been a busy one. The questions are easy to predict. How are these surveys actually conducted? What features make for good practice […]
  • Art and Science
    October 19, 2016
    We had a wonderful event at Georgetown yesterday — the opening of the new space for the Georgetown Environment Initiative (Regents Hall, Suite 391). An unusual feature of the initiation of the space was a showing of the art of Denise Milan whose creations of mixed media portray links between humanity and nature. The art […]
  • Entrepreneurship as a Way of Thinking
    October 12, 2016
    Over the past few decades, evidence has grown that one engine of innovation in a society is the business start-up, the proverbial garage-based company. Few days go by without a media celebration of some new, disruptive, entrepreneurial initiative that blossomed into a major enterprise. Following this trend, many business schools developed co-curricular activities that provide […]