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GradGov to Vote on Inclusion of School of Continuing Studies in Operations

GradGov to Vote on Inclusion of School of Continuing Studies in Operations

By Breandan Gibbons September 2, 2021

The Georgetown University Graduate Student Government is set to vote on a proposal to permanently represent the School of Continuing Studies in its ranks, paving the way for expanded advocacy across Georgetown’s...

VIEWPOINT: Engage Graduate Student Voices in GU272 Initiative

VIEWPOINT: Engage Graduate Student Voices in GU272 Initiative

By Lewis May November 8, 2019

Graduate Students Need Seat at the Table for Discussions Around Slavery, Memory and Reconciliation.  Prior to applying to Georgetown University in 2018, one of my first experiences with the university...

@REBECCAKATZ5/TWITTER | Rebecca Katz, director of the Center for Global Health Science and Security, which studies public health emergencies, will be co-director of a new infectious disease masters program.

GU Develops New Masters Program in Infectious Disease

By Meredith Miller April 4, 2019

A new masters program in global infectious disease is set to launch in fall 2019. The program intends to bridge the gap between the science of infectious diseases and its public policy implications, according...

GU to Offer Environmental Policy Masters Program

By Emma Kotfica November 2, 2018

Georgetown rolled out a new master’s program to teach students to measure levels of potentially harmful substances in the atmosphere and develop relevant environmental policy. The environmental metrology...

University Launches New Masters Programs

By Matthew Larson February 3, 2017

Georgetown will launch the new Master of Arts in Educational Transformation and the Master of Arts in Learning and Design graduate programs in the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences in summer of 2017. The...

A Narrowed Grad Program Within a Broadened Culture

By Rebecca Childress April 17, 2015

Seemingly out of nowhere, here we are: the end of the semester. I am left dumbstruck by the realization that I am halfway through my graduate program and thus that much closer to “the real world,”...

Paving Your Graduate Path

By Rebecca Childress March 6, 2015

Okay, let’s talk grad school. Around three million Americans enroll in a graduate program each year, which is about a sixth of the number of Americans who enroll as undergraduates each year. There are...

MBA Program Set to Expand

By Katie Shaffer October 1, 2013

The McDonough School of Business is awaiting approval to extend its MBA programs to the Tysons Corner Center in Vienna, Va., for what would be the MSB’s first expansion outside the immediate...

After $100M Gift, McCourt School for Public Policy Launched

By Emma Hinchliffe September 18, 2013

A gift of $100 million from former Los Angeles Dodgers owner Frank H. McCourt Jr. (C ’75) will launch the McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown’s ninth current school and its first new school...

Graduate Applications Increase 4.5 Percent

By Carly Graf March 29, 2012

As the university works to reconcile aspects of a traditional liberal arts education with growing research programs, striking a balance can be a particular challenge for its graduate programs. Gerald...

Revitalized Graduate Journal Debuted Thursday

By Bebe Albornoz December 1, 2011

Celebrating a revamped website and increased submissions, the university's journal of culture, communication and technology re-launched Thursday. Gnovis, a peer-reviewed journal and academic blog run...

Graduate School Dean to Step Down in May

By Heather Flynn March 1, 2011

University President John J. DeGioia announced Monday that Timothy Barbari, the dean of the graduate school of arts and sciences since August 2006, will not carry out a second term in his position. Barbari's...

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