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Camille Vandeveer/The Hoya | Composer Felipe Pérez Santiago and cellist Cristina Aristas performance at the Earth at the Crossroads 2.0 conference merged art and science, while inviting reflection on the urgent call to address the climate crisis.

Georgetown Conference Explores the Intersection of Space Exploration, Climate Change

By Camille Vandeveer, Senior Science Editor April 24, 2024

Composer Felipe Pérez Santiago and cellist Cristina Arista took audience members on a journey through the cosmos, inviting them to consider humanity’s place in the universe and take responsibility for...

MIT Professor Highlights Data-Driven Climate Change Research

MIT Professor Highlights Data-Driven Climate Change Research

By Camille Vandeveer and Caleigh Keating February 15, 2024

The Georgetown University Earth Commons Institute, a center for environmental and sustainability innovation, research education and action, hosted a talk Feb. 9 titled “Addressing Climate Change and...

Earth Commons Professor Uses Physics and Climate Modeling to Understand Emissions

Earth Commons Professor Uses Physics and Climate Modeling to Understand Emissions

By Camille Vandeveer February 1, 2024

Georgetown University’s department of physics hosted a talk titled “Watching the Earth Breathe from Space: What Glowing Plants Tell Us About the Global Carbon Cycle,” on Jan. 23 as part of their...

Spotlight: Georgetown Honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Spotlight: Georgetown Honors Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By Camille Vandeveer November 5, 2023

The Lombardi Center hosted a series of events for students, faculty, researchers and community members throughout the Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia (DMV) area this October to honor Breast Cancer...

‘DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous’ Highlights Local Art and Science Collaborations

‘DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous’ Highlights Local Art and Science Collaborations

By Camille Vandeveer September 13, 2023

The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) hosted their monthly D.C. Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER) Sept. 7, featuring artists and scientists involved in the Ocean Memory Project, a nationwide, transdisciplinary...

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