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Veterans Receive Holistic Support at Georgetown University

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2023 Provost Awards Ceremony and Reception

November 14th, 2023

Thanks to all who joined the Office of the Provost for the inaugural Provost Awards Ceremony and Reception and congratulations to the awardees! 2023 Provost’s Innovation in Teaching Award…

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Celebrating Internal Research Support

This Monday, there was a wonderful in-person gathering in the Bioethics Library of a set of faculty who have been awarded different internal grants to support their research. Colleagues met in the sam…

December 7th, 2023

What is Teaching?

It is customary to describe the role of universities as involving three components. Teaching or forming the next generation through instruction is one. Another is the discovery of new knowledge, the d…

November 30th, 2023

Giving Thanks

While there are other countries that have national days giving thanks for one or another features of life, America’s Thanksgiving seems to be unusual in its devotion to the consumption of large amou…

November 23rd, 2023

A Denominator, a Denominator, my Conclusion for a Denominator!

(My apologies to Richard III) Earlier posts have opined on the rise of China’s higher education infrastructure and its increase in research article production in the mid-2010’s, exponential growth…

November 16th, 2023

Provost’s Podcast: Faculty in Research