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Provost's Blog

  • A New Georgetown Resource
    April 26, 2017
    There was a ribbon-cutting ceremony yesterday at Georgetown. That, in itself, is not rare for a growing, dynamic university. This one, however, has the distinction that it recognized the launch of a new resource for Georgetown faculty and student scholarship. The new resource lies within the Massive Data Institute of the McCourt School of Public […]
  • A Mission Fully Integrated
    April 19, 2017
    I experienced three events in the last couple of days, which seemed relatable to me. First, I heard a story about a visit by President Kennedy to Cape Canaveral on an inspection of the facilities in 1962. He encountered a man carrying a large broom for sweeping one of the aircraft bays. The president asked […]
  • Provosts’ Conclave
    April 12, 2017
    I was in Chicago last weekend for a meeting of the provosts of US Jesuit colleges and universities. It’s a chance to compare notes and share ideas for new ways of improving our institutions for the faculty, students, and staff on campus. All of us are grappling with similar issues – how to simultaneously improve […]
  • Talking about the Georgetown Difference
    April 5, 2017
    It’s faculty and dean recruitment season on campuses throughout the world right now. Provosts find themselves talking about their university more than usual, and they do so with people with only a limited knowledge of the institution. I like these talks. Georgetown is recruiting more and more stellar faculty over time, and it’s a pleasure […]