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Meghan Hall | Georgetown University student bands and artists performed in Prospect Records and HOME’s Cosmic Bloom concert April 13 to raise money for low-income and unhoused individuals and families in Ward 2 of Washington, D.C.

Student Performers Raise Money For Ward 2 Mutual Fund in Outdoor Concert

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor April 19, 2024

Georgetown University student bands and artists performed in Prospect Records and HOME’s (Homelessness Outreach Meals and Education) Cosmic Bloom concert April 13 to raise money for low-income and unhoused...

Kate Hwang/The Hoya | Five teams of graduate students presented pitches to address policy issues in the Washington, D.C. area at the McCourt School’s Public Policy Challenge, an annual graduate policy innovation competition, April 5.

McCourt School Public Policy Challenge Finalists Pitch Innovative Ideas To Solve DC Policy Issues

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor April 16, 2024

Five teams of graduate students presented pitches to address policy issues in the Washington, D.C. area at the McCourt School’s Public Policy Challenge, an annual graduate policy innovation competition,...

Credits to ACLS | The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) announced April 5 that a Georgetown University graduate and CCAS visiting professor received faculty fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS).

CCAS Alumnus, Visiting Professor Recognized in Nationwide Fellowship

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor April 12, 2024

The Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) announced April 5 that a Georgetown University graduate and CCAS visiting professor received faculty fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies...

McCourt Graduate Students Join Top Rank of GU Finalists in Management Fellows Program

McCourt Graduate Students Join Top Rank of GU Finalists in Management Fellows Program

By Riley Flynn and Kate Hwang April 12, 2024

The U.S. federal government selected 15 Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy (MPP) graduate students and graduates as finalists for the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) program, a...

Georgetown University McCourt School of Public Policy | The online Master’s of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program recently expanded internationally to welcome students from Canada, Mexico and Central and South America in an announcement March 28.

International Expansion of MSBA Program Commits to Institutional Inclusivity

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor April 10, 2024

The online Master’s of Science in Business Analytics (MSBA) program announced March 28 that it has expanded internationally to welcome students from Canada, Mexico, Central and South America. The...

Courtesy of Josephine Balistreri | The Jewish Student Association (JSA) hosted the Jewish Gala (JGala) March 15 at the historic National Union Building.

Annual Jewish Gala Returns to Off-Campus Venue

By Abigail Becker, Special to The Hoya March 22, 2024

The Jewish Student Association (JSA) hosted the Jewish Gala (JGala) March 15 at the historic National Union Building.  This year’s edition of the gala marked the event’s return to its full capacity...

Kate Hwang/The Hoya | A recent Georgetown graduate curated a new exhibition in Lauinger Library on renowned Irish poet Paul Muldoon, which is open for viewing from March 1 to May 31.

An Irish Poet’s Landmark in Literature Revealed in New Lau 5 Poetry Exhibition

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor March 22, 2024

A recent Georgetown graduate curated a new exhibition in Lauinger Library on renowned Irish poet Paul Muldoon. Chris Kenny’s (GRD ’23) “Paul Muldoon: The Joseph M. Hassett Collection,” which...

Professor Accused of Sexual Harassment Countersues Student for Defamation

Professor Accused of Sexual Harassment Countersues Student for Defamation

By Caitlin McLean and Evie Steele March 19, 2024

A Georgetown University professor sued for sexually harassing a former female student has filed a countersuit accusing that student of defamation.  Lawyers for Dr. Peter Turkeltaub, a professor in...

Former Professor Reveals Insight in Overlooked Natural Phenomenon: Tar Seeps

Former Professor Reveals Insight in Overlooked Natural Phenomenon: Tar Seeps

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor March 15, 2024

A former Georgetown University professor discussed her new book on tar seeps — raw oil rising through cracks in tectonic plates — and climate change in a March 12 event. Gretchen Henderson’s...

Inaugural GradGov Gala Gathers Over 1,000 Attendees

Inaugural GradGov Gala Gathers Over 1,000 Attendees

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor March 1, 2024

Georgetown University Graduate Student Government (GradGov) hosted its inaugural gala at the National Building Museum Feb 24. Over 1,000 Georgetown graduate students attended the first-ever GradGov...

SFS Graduate Students Rank First in Presidential Management Fellows Program

By Luke Suko, Special to The Hoya February 23, 2024

The Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) program, a prestigious nationwide fellowship offered by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, announced that 37 Georgetown University School of Foreign Service...

Maddie Fouberg/The Hoya | The Middle East Studies Association of North America’s (MESA) new relocation to Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service’s (SFS) Center for Contemporary Arab Studies (CCAS) expands Middle East studies at Georgetown through increased interaction with field experts.

Premier Middle East Studies Nonprofit Relocates Headquarters to Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service

By Kate Hwang, Graduate Desk Editor February 23, 2024

The Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA), a nonprofit organization that fosters inclusive dialogue on Middle Eastern studies, announced its relocation to Georgetown University Feb. 21. The...

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