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Georgetown continues to monitor the COVID-19 situation and respond in support of the university community. For more information regarding the evolving situation please visit the Georgetown University Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resource Center.


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Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace & Security hosts a roundtable discussion

Former Secretaries of State Hillary Clinton and Madeleine Albright joined Amb. Melanne Verveer, Executive Director of @georgetown_wps (GIWPS), for a virtual conversation marking 25 years since the historic 4th UN World Conference on Women in Beijing

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Every Hoya Everywhere

Every Hoya can help stop the spread of #COVID19. Learn more about our #EveryHoya campaign by visiting: www.georgetown.edu/everyhoya/

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Three Georgetown students are joining the fight to help bridge the gap between food insecurity and waste

@Farmlinkproject, a grassroots charity that connects farms with surplus produce and food banks with food shortages, has already delivered over 9 million pounds of produce and served over 7.5 million meals. 

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Provost’s Blog

Seeking Real Curricular Change in the Service of Racial Justice

October 22nd, 2020

The events over the past few months have prompted deep reconsideration of what procedures and practices within the university might unintentionally contribute to racial injustices. One observation that many faculty are making focuses on the curricula that were shaped many decades ago. Some have observed that the content and perspectives of courses and curricula omit […]

Celebrating the Research Excellence of Our Colleagues

October 14th, 2020

In most years, but not all, we award two of our colleagues important research honors – the Distinguished Achievement in Research Award and the Career Research Achievement Award. Nominations are received each year. The competition is always very strong, so merely being nominated is an honor. This year is no exception. 1. Distinguished Achievement in […]

Faculty/Student Feedback on the Fall

October 8th, 2020

The Office of Analysis and Decision Support (OADS) and the Center for New Designs for Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) have completed two rounds of surveys of Georgetown faculty and students who are involved in remote classes this semester. These surveys followed an extraordinary effort of faculty in CNDLS summer workshops and in the various MCEF-CNDLS […]

Data for Social Good Through Unusual Partnerships

October 1st, 2020

Georgetown has a multi-decade history of addressing important social and economic problems through original research. Over the recent years, this effort has employed new data resources to characterize the extent of a given problem, with the goal of identifying possible solutions. As the sources of data become more diverse, scholars have identified underused sources that […]

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