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Robert M Groves

Message from the provost

Welcome. The provost at Georgetown is the chief academic officer of the main campus. The provost and his staff are responsible for the quality of the educational and research programs of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown College, the Walsh School of Foreign Service, the Georgetown Public Policy Institute, and the School for Continuing Studies. The office oversees admissions, financial aid, the registrar, research administration, and offices of student affairs.

An effective provost office serves the faculty and students of a university. The provost’s office at Georgetown strives to be transparent in its activities and to seek early and frequent input from faculty, students, and staff. The provost’s office has the obligation to build an environment in which faculty can perform their best scholarship and research and engage students through teaching and mentoring, as well as one in which students become prepared for a world in which ongoing learning will be a requisite for leadership.

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Provost's Blog

  • Faculty Thoughts About Their Careers at Georgetown
    August 13, 2014
    Last year, through the leadership of Vice Provost Adrianna Kugler, we participated in a survey of the faculty conducted on many campuses across the country. The purpose of the survey was to measure satisfaction and clarity on several important domains of life as an academic. These include the role of teaching, research, and service; satisfaction […]
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  • Emeritae, Emeriti
    August 6, 2014
    The word “emeritus” may have its roots in a meaning of “out of” or “from” merit. It is a title often given to retired faculty at universities. Some universities reserve this title only for those of extraordinary merit. Increasingly, almost all retired faculty are provided such a title. We have a strong set of emeritus […]
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  • A Future World of Blended Data
    July 30, 2014
    Given Georgetown’s McCourt School of Public Policy building of the Massive Data Institute, we find ourselves in conversations about “big data” and common good uses of data every day of the week. I sometimes think of this moment in history as similar to that when machine-powered automobiles were being invented. Many of the first cars […]
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