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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.


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.


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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Work and Editing

Every year the Marino family sponsors the visit of an author of a book read by all Georgetown incoming first-year students. One of the set of questions posed to the author is often about work routines…

June 13th, 2024

Multidisciplinary, Interdisciplinary, Transdisciplinary, Convergent

Being in Washington, close to federal government educational and research agencies, it is common to hear novel language related to budget proposals of federal research and development institutions. Ne…

June 6th, 2024

Attitudes versus Facts

There was an interesting article recently that illustrated the mismatch between the standard indicators of the health of the economy and public beliefs about the economy. My favorite example was the c…

May 30th, 2024


One of my favorite lines from this year’s many Georgetown commencement ceremonies was given as part of the ROTC commissioning service, early one morning. It was delivered to the set of newly commiss…

May 22nd, 2024

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