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Thank You to Our Faculty, Staff, and Students

These are unprecedented circumstances that we are all navigating, and we’re grateful to the many Georgetown employees and first responders for all that you do, as this is the truest example of our values in action.

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A Message from President DeGioia

As we once again grapple with the devastating impact of racism and hatred in our nation, we know we have much to do to rebuild our nation.

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President DeGioia announced a framework for a phased return to campus

Over the past several weeks, Georgetown has convened groups of experts to support planning for the coming academic year during a time of risk and uncertainty posed by COVID-19. Today, President DeGioia announced a framework for a phased return to campus.

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Social Distancing

Georgetown Law is committed to minimizing the spread of COVID-19 and we encourage our community to practice social distancing of at least 6 ft (1.8 m).

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Congrats #Hoyas2020!

Notable Georgetown alumni welcome the newest graduates with advice and encouragement during the virtual commencement ceremony.

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Chaplains Offer Weekly Reflections

As a way to move into the online world of connectivity, chaplains in @GeorgetownOCM will offer weekly reflections for the community.

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Latest News

Racial Inequities and Police Reform

July 24th, 2020

McCourt Professor Andrea Headley shares key terms, research, and several policy considerations on the topic of racial inequities and police reform. …

Provost’s Blog

Once in a Hundred Years

August 6th, 2020

My vote for phrase of the year is “once-in-a-hundred years’” as a modifier to some noun. A quick search of the internet shows common usage of “one-in-a-hundred years” in reference to the pandemic, fiscal crisis, floods, forest fires, rain storms, hurricanes/typhoons, crop loss, and drought. But also, “once-in-a-hundred-year” transformation of the automobile industry, new Lamborghini […]

Virtual Mentoring

July 30th, 2020

Georgetown announced today that classes will begin in about three weeks using an online format. First-year students, previously welcomed to residence halls on the Hilltop campus, learned that they, too, will experience Georgetown in a virtual mode along with sophomores, juniors and seniors. The programs of the School of Continuing Studies had moved to online […]

Time, Systems, and Subsystems

July 22nd, 2020

Over the past few years, a global integration of people, production, products, and services has evolved. This is a very tightly coordinated system that allowed work to move across space more frictionlessly than ever before. It relied on people moving across countries. It built sectors that relied on one another, driven by market forces. One […]

Ingredients of Social Behavior Change

July 15th, 2020

From time to time, societies and the cultures they contain, exhibit large scale changes in behavior of their members. The process is often rather lengthy. It sometimes begins with scientific or academic findings of ill effects of current behaviors. For example, evidence linking smoking of tobacco to lung cancer probabilities began to converge in the […]

Provost’s Podcast: Faculty in Research