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    Main Campus Research Services

    Georgetown is committed to the expansion of scholarly discourse and the discovery of knowledge in all of its areas of academic focus. The Main Campus Research is having a new process for research administration, reach for general inquires.

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    Alfred Bertrand as the New Director of Georgetown University Press

    Georgetown University Press is pleased to announce the appointment of Alfred (Al) Bertrand as the new Director of Georgetown University Press. He replaces Richard Brown, who left Georgetown in October 2017 after almost 17 years.

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    Guidelines for Faculty re: Graduate Student Union Organizing

    Guidelines concerning how faculty may respond to union organizing activity among graduate students who provide teaching, research, or other service for the University.

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    2017-2018 Distinguished Associate Professors

    For the third consecutive year, we are recognizing Associate Professors who are performing at such a high level that their colleagues have identified them for more visible praise.

Provost's Blog

  • Derivative Inquiry: Dangers Facing Fields that Use Data without Producing Data
    February 13, 2019
    An old joke describes a severely inebriated man who is found looking around, on his knees under a streetlight. A passer-by asks him what he is doing. The man says that he lost his keys and is looking for them. The passer-by asks if he’s sure he lost them there. The man says no, he […]
  • Leadership in a Networked World
    February 6, 2019
    Some decades ago, Rensis Likert studied large number of work groups in an attempt to form a typology of leadership. Much of the work focused on communication and decision practices in different organizations. He identified four different “systems,” which exhibited the key variations across organizations. They form a progression. System 1 is the most hierarchical, […]
  • Some Joys Require Time to Develop
    January 30, 2019
    In reading about the private sector job market, it’s notable how much has changed. In the 20th century, it was common for a young person to enter a work organization after completing their education, to enter a relatively low-level job, to receive formal training from the company over time, to advance through the ranks, and […]
  • 2019 Provost’s Distinguished Associate Professors
    January 23, 2019
    Each year, deans, departments, and similar units nominate deserving colleagues as Provost Distinguished Associate Professors. A faculty committee of university professors, endowed chair holders (chaired by Reena Aggarwal, Vice Provost for Faculty) reviewed the applicants. This year, competition was particularly intense, with many more nominations than previous years. Georgetown uses the designation to honor Associate […]


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