A simple idea to help women see themselves in STEM

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.

Georgetown Pivot Program graduates its first cohort

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.

What if college admissions teams considered only SAT scores?

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.