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Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

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McDonough School of Business | Thomas Cooke (LAW 74, 76, 84), a distinguished McDonough School of Business (MSB) professor for nearly 50 years, died April 8 at age 74.

Thomas Cooke, Beloved MSB Professor, Dies at 74

By Lauren Doherty, Senior News Editor April 19, 2024

Thomas Cooke (LAW ’74, ’76, ’84), a professor in Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business (MSB) for nearly 50 years, died April 8 in Rosslyn, Va. He was 74.  Cooke began teaching...

Nola Goodwin/The Hoya | Journalist Sarah McCammon reflected on her personal religious experience and claimed that a lack of inclusivity and equity is compelling young people to leave the white evangelical Christian church at an April 17 book talk, also deconstructing the origins of evangelical.

Journalist, Ex-Evangelical Profiles Church Exodus

By Nola Goodwin, Staff Writer April 18, 2024

Journalist Sarah McCammon reflected on her personal religious experience and claimed that a lack of inclusivity and equity is compelling young people to leave the white evangelical Christian church at...

Maren Fagan/The Hoya | A panel discussion hosted by the Institute of Politics and Public Service on April 4th moderated by Allegra Kirkland, the politics director at Teen Vogue, brought attention to the role of young voters in the upcoming presidential election and politician’s need to win this key demographic.

Panelists Emphasize Role of Young Voters in Upcoming Elections

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor April 5, 2024

Panelists at an event hosted by the Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) affirmed April 4 that politicians must engage with young voters, who they said will prove to be a defining factor...

Aamir Jamil/The Hoya | Mark Milley, Distinguished Fellow in Residence and former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned of military politicization and global threats to national security in the Georgetown University Lecture Fund’s annual Michael Jurist Lecture April 2, discussing the Russia-Ukraine War and tensions with China.

Jurist Lecture: Retired General Milley Warns of Foreign, Domestic Challenges

By Aamir Jamil, GUSA Desk Editor April 5, 2024

Mark Milley, Distinguished Fellow in Residence and former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned of military politicization and global threats to national security in the Georgetown University Lecture...

Georgetown University | The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business (MSB) announced the creation of the Kosoy Women in Business program with the contributions of Brian and Andrea Kosoy to provide undergraduate students with the skills and opportunities to advance women in the workplace on March 27.

MSB Founds Kosoy Women in Business Program

By Olga Rocio Rivas, Special to The Hoya April 3, 2024

The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business (MSB) announced the new Kosoy Women in Business Program to advance discourse relating to women in the workplace. The contributions of Brian and...

Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security | The Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, an organization that researches and promotes the role of women in preventing conflict and building peace, created the Women, Peace and Security (WPS), the first-ever conflict tracker with a gender-focus launched March 11.

Institute for Women, Peace and Security Creates First Gender-Focused Conflict Tracker

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor March 21, 2024

The Georgetown University Institute for Women, Peace and Security (GIWPS) launched the first global conflict tracker emphasizing the role of gender March 11.  GIWPS, an organization that researches...

Aamir Jamil/The Hoya | The Georgetown University community recognized the four winners of the President’s Awards for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers, an award that honors full-time faculty members’ research and role as a professor, announced March 15 and honored March 19 at the Spring Faculty Convocation.

Georgetown President Awards Four Distinguished Professors for Classroom Contributions, Research

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor March 21, 2024

The Georgetown University Office of the President announced the four winners of the 2024 President’s Awards for Distinguished Scholar-Teachers March 15.  Faculty nominated the 2024 winners — Finance...

Courtesy of Georgetown University | Frank McCourt Jr., founding donor for the McCourt School of Public Policy, called for safer online platforms and warned of the dangerous power of digital platforms in a book talk with journalist Norah O’Donnell (COL ’95, GRD ’03) on March 18, focusing on the importance of taking action and working collectively to create a better digital world.

McCourt School Namesake, CBS News Anchor Talk Dangers of Big Tech

By Nola Goodwin, Staff Writer March 20, 2024

The founding donor for the McCourt School of Public Policy called for safer online platforms and warned of the dangerous power of digital platforms in a book talk with journalist Norah O’Donnell (COL...

Georgetown University | Georgetown University College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) announced the creation of the First Fellows program for first-generation limited-income students to provide students mentorship and academic support through a $2.8 million graduate donation on Feb. 26.

College to Launch First-Generation Student Fellowship With $2.8 Million Gift

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor February 29, 2024

The Georgetown University College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) received a $2.8 million gift to fund the creation of a new first-generation fellowship program, which the university announced Feb. 26.  The...

Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy | Karl Rove, a a senior adviser and deputy chief of staff for President George W. Bush, discussed the role and change of the Republican Party for the upcoming election on Feb. 28 as part of a series titled “Free Exchange with Michael Strain,” which promotes conversations with differing political points of view.

Former Senior Adviser Discusses the Future of the Republican Party

By Nora Toscano, Hoya Staff Writer February 29, 2024

A former senior adviser to former President George W. Bush spoke with Georgetown University community members about the future of the Republican Party in an event hosted by the McCourt School of Public...

Harvard University Press | Georgetown English professor and American Studies director Brian Hochman won the international Security Studies Network 2023 book prize for his book “The Listeners: A History of Wiretapping in the United States,” as announced by the English department on Feb. 15.

Professor Wins Surveillance Studies Book Prize

By Maren Fagan, Academics Desk Editor February 23, 2024

A Georgetown University English professor won the 2023 Surveillance Studies Network (SSN) Book Prize, an award that recognizes the top scholarship of a book about surveillance studies, the English department...

GU Politics | GU Politics will have five new members of their advisory board, including Cristόbal Alex, Patti Solis Doyle, Mike Dubke, Katie Harbath and Katie Walsh Shields, join the 13 other members who include four previous Fellows, according to a Feb. 14 press release.

GU Politics Advisory Board Gains Five New Members

By Nora Toscano, Hoya Staff Writer February 23, 2024

The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service (GU Politics) announced the addition of five new members to its advisory board in a Feb. 14 press release.  Cristόbal Alex, Mike Dubke, Katie...

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