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5 Georgetown Students, Alumni Named Marshall Scholars in Record-Breaking Year

Georgetown now joins the ranks of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT and Stanford as the only institutions that have produced five or more Marshall Scholars in any given year.

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Veterans Receive Holistic Support at Georgetown University

Georgetown students who qualify for the Post-9/11 GI Bill and the YRP have their entire full-time tuition for all of Georgetown’s undergraduate programs covered.

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Hoya Harvest Garden, Georgetown’s new community garden developed by the Earth Commons

Hoya Harvest Garden is located on the fourth floor patio of Regents Hall and boasts 60+ different plant species grown using sustainable agriculture techniques.

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2024 Distinguished Associate Professors

April 1st, 2024

The Provost Office is pleased to announce the 2024 Distinguished Associate Professors: Francesco D’Acunto is Associate Professor in the McDonough School of Business, in the Finance…

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Setting Expectations for New Students

Every fall Georgetown holds a new student convocation. It is a wonderful ritual that is steeped in meaning — welcoming a new set of members into an intellectual community. There is a moment when…

July 11th, 2024

Building Environments for Collaborative Science

Over the last few decades, evidence accumulated that understanding human well-being and health requires multiple perspectives. While biology, biochemistry, genetics, and microbiology remain cornerston…

July 3rd, 2024

Permeating the Membranes between Educational Levels

Over the past few years, there has been great dynamism in US education. Some of it was induced by technological changes, some by demographics, some by behaviors of youth, some by the pandemic. Some ch…

June 26th, 2024

Just-in-time Learning of the Basics

The scene: a rural community college in the Southern US. The activity: a visiting delegation of academics on a listening tour seeking methods to increase training for technicians in STEM fields. In th…

June 19th, 2024

Provost’s Podcast: Faculty in Research