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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...

GEORGETOWN CAMPUS MINISTRY

Dahlgren Chapel serves as a physical reminder for the Georgetown community of the Ignatian and Jesuit commitment to interreligious collaboration for spiritual harmony.

Georgetown Community Remembers Professor John Hirsh

By Paulina Inglima January 19, 2024

Georgetown University students, faculty and alumni gathered at Dahlgren Chapel to celebrate the life of the late Professor John Campion Hirsh on Jan. 16.  Hirsh, who taught in Georgetown’s English...

SFS Announces 13 New Faculty Members

SFS Announces 13 New Faculty Members

By Catherine Alaimo August 31, 2023

Georgetown’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service (SFS) welcomed 13 new faculty members for the Fall 2023 semester. The professors represent a variety of global disciplines ranging from Jewish...

Living and Learning: The Faculty in Residence Program

Living and Learning: The Faculty in Residence Program

By Laetitia Haddad and Sydney Raymond October 6, 2022

On their way up to their dorms, residents of McCarthy Hall might run into Hugo and André, Professor Elizabeth Grimm’s (GRD ’10) two young sons, playing soccer in the lobby. The family moved to...

VIEWPOINT: Require Faculty Diversity Training

VIEWPOINT: Require Faculty Diversity Training

By Meg Kurosawa October 7, 2021

From being asked about their immigration status to experiencing racist and stereotypical jokes in classrooms, BIPOC students at Georgetown University experience discrimination in spaces in which they’re...

Survey Reveals Faculty Concerns With Admin COVID-19 Response

Survey Reveals Faculty Concerns With Admin COVID-19 Response

By William Kim November 20, 2020

Many Georgetown University faculty members are frustrated about a lack of transparency from administrators surrounding the university’s COVID-19 response planning, according to a recent survey of hundreds...

KIRK ZIESER/THE HOYA | The summer semester at Georgetown is split into two 6-week sessions, with the first having begun on May 18 and the second set to begin June 29.

GU Provides Extra Financial Support for Faculty Juggling Work, Caregiving Responsibilities

By Kelly Anderson October 23, 2020

Following firm pressure from dozens of faculty members, Georgetown University expanded its emergency stipend for faculty and staff who are incurring extra caregiving costs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.  In...

VIEWPOINT: Eliminate Bias in Course Evaluations

By Larry Huang November 29, 2018

At the end of each semester, students have the opportunity to shape our future learning by completing course evaluations. We should use these evaluations, typically biased against women and minorities,...

University Expands Non-Tenure-Line Parental Leave

University Expands Non-Tenure-Line Parental Leave

By Riley Rogerson November 16, 2018

Full-time non-tenure-line faculty will be eligible for expanded parental leave, effective immediately, Georgetown University announced Thursday night. The announcement comes after petitions from...

EDITORIAL: Equalize GU Parental Leave

By Editorial Board November 9, 2018

Academic hierarchy should not determine faculty members’ ability to raise their children. After years of dismissing the concerns of its employees, Georgetown University must take action now to strengthen...

The Politics of Teaching: Impartiality in the Classroom

The Politics of Teaching: Impartiality in the Classroom

By Grey Rosenzweig October 25, 2018

Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J., sat back in his brown leather chair with an earnest look on his face. As a government professor, Carnes regularly lectures on topics that could be deemed divisive, such...

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