Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia announced plans for a new philanthropically supported initiative that will fund community-based projects with Descendant communities.
Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce finds that white Americans hold a disproportionate amount of “good jobs” compared to Black and Latinx Americans at the same levels of educational attainment.
Recognizing that many talented, motivated students start their postsecondary education at community colleges, top four-year institutions are taking steps to encourage and ease transfers.
Georgetown this month joined 18 other colleges and universities in filing an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
New research from Georgetown professor NaLette Brodnax shows how a low-cost nudge can help women in their first year of college understand how STEM courses align with their interests.
Black and Latinx students are significantly underrepresented in graduate school. Efforts like the Georgetown Experimental Medical Studies Program are working to change that.
Led by Carla Koppell of Georgetown University’s Institute for Women, Peace and Security, a group of 100-plus academic leaders have issued recommendations for broadening curricula, fostering diversity, and ensuring a culture of inclusion.
Fifteen fellows recently completed Georgetown University’s Pivot Program, which offers a certificate in business and entrepreneurship for formerly incarcerated Washington, D.C., residents who show strong leadership potential.
Teams from public colleges and private universities confronted some of the toughest questions in higher education and collaborated on how to improve their students’ experiences and outcomes.
If the nation’s most selective colleges admitted students based solely on their SAT scores, those campuses would become less racially diverse and slightly more affluent, according to a new report from Georgetown’s Center on Education and the Workforce.
The Center for First-generation Student Success recently designated Georgetown as a First Forward institution.
Eighteen schools will convene for three days at Georgetown next week to focus on equity-related challenges in higher education at the first annual Summer Institute on Equity in the Academic Experience.