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EDITORIAL: Centralize Research on Campus

EDITORIAL: Centralize Research on Campus

By The Editorial Board March 14, 2024

Each semester at Georgetown University, undergraduate students participate in meaningful research opportunities, collaborating with their peers and professors to generate knowledge.  This work aligns...

VIEWPOINT: Promote Research on Campus

VIEWPOINT: Promote Research on Campus

By Michael Parker February 8, 2024

I am a scientist turned academic advisor. At Georgetown University, I wear many hats: I advise a caseload of about 250 biology and chemistry undergraduate students in the College of Arts & Sciences...

Georgetown Team Wins National Bioethics Bowl

Georgetown Team Wins National Bioethics Bowl

By Naomi Greenberg April 19, 2023

The ethics of medical crowdfunding, animal research, and medical assistance in dying were just a few of the many topics addressed at this year’s National Bioethics Bowl, a competition that brings university...

McCourt School Announces New Undergraduate Degree Program

McCourt School Announces New Undergraduate Degree Program

By Kate Loughran April 2, 2023

Georgetown University’s board of directors approved in February 2023 a new undergraduate degree program offered jointly between the McCourt School of Public Policy and the College of Arts & Sciences...

GUSA Launches Direct Impact Initiatives

GUSA Launches Direct Impact Initiatives

By Samuel Yoo February 24, 2022

The Georgetown University Student Association (GUSA) opened applications for its Direct Impact Initiatives (DII), which aims to provide electronic and physical aid resources to the undergraduate population.  This...

Finalists Announced for Bark Tank Entrepreneurship Competition

Finalists Announced for Bark Tank Entrepreneurship Competition

By Eli Blumenfeld October 29, 2021

For eight teams of undergraduate and graduate entrepreneurs, five minutes stands between them and a shot at $100,000 in cash prizes. The groups are set to compete in “Bark Tank,” an annual entrepreneurship...

GU Undergraduate Uses Fiction Writing To Reflect on Asian American Family History

GU Undergraduate Uses Fiction Writing To Reflect on Asian American Family History

By Ivy Becker March 25, 2021

Growing up, Amanda Yen (COL ’23) spent the ride to school hunched over her notebook in the back seat of the car, scribbling down stories that filled the pages. Her passion for writing endured, and now...

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The School of Foreign Service is looking to introduce a science requirement for the Class of 2022.

Undergraduate Tuition to Rise for 7th Consecutive Year

By Elizabeth Ash January 19, 2018

Undergraduate tuition rates in the 2018-19 academic year are set to increase by 3.5 percent to $53,520 from $51,720, Provost Robert Groves announced in a campuswide email Wednesday. The increase, identical...

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The McDonough School of Business will debut its first undergraduate research journal exclusively online with its inaugural issue in April 2016.

MSB Research Journal Debuts

By Lisa Burgoa February 26, 2016

The McDonough School of Business will debut its first undergraduate research journal, the E-McDonough Undergraduate Research Journal, with its inaugural issue in April. The new journal will feature student-produced...

Facilitate Education

By The Editorial Board October 27, 2015

The School of Continuing Studies stands out among peer institutions with its professional program offerings that develop students’ skillsets and foster creative thinking. The new facilitation concentration...

NAPOLITANO: Defining Professional In Liberal Art Terms

NAPOLITANO: Defining Professional In Liberal Art Terms

By Joe Napolitano October 20, 2015

This is a provocation, pro-vocation. Until recently, there was a rule buried deep within the College section of the Undergraduate Bulletin, a rule obscure enough that you would have been unlikely to...

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Degrees Bought in Bulk

By The Editorial Board September 23, 2014

The looming specters of debt and the difficulty of finding a job can be thoroughly potent in dissuading students from committing even more money and time to a graduate degree. While these are harsh...

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