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Partnership Empowers Women

By Lucy Prout January 29, 2016

  McDonough School of Business professor Catherine Tinsley and associate professor Edward Soule are preparing to return to Masoro, Rawanda to continue their research on a joint venture between...

All Female, All Empowering, A Cappella

All Female, All Empowering, A Cappella

By Tori Forelli October 27, 2015

When I tell people that I am in an a cappella group at Georgetown, their eyes light up. When I explain that I am a member of the Georgetown GraceNotes, an all-female a cappella group, I always get the...

Where Are the Female STEM Majors?

Where Are the Female STEM Majors?

By Paul Healy March 16, 2015

Choosing a major can be one of the most consequential, agonizing decisions that we make in our college careers. Unsurprisingly, male and female students tend to choose different majors. We most often hear...

Forgotten Female Figures

By Nicole Jarvis March 20, 2014

We are quickly approaching the end of March, and with it, the end of Women’s History month. The close of this month reminds me that, as a history major, I end up studying a lot of the same sorts of things....

Look Who Just Joined Twitter!

Look Who Just Joined Twitter!

By KP and KP September 24, 2013

That's right. There's a new tweeter in town, and it's none other than our favorite  brooch-branding former-Secretary-of-State-turned-Georgetown-faculty-member, Madeleine Albright. As of yesterday, Secretary...

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