Articles tagged: DeGioia
The summit takes place at a time of heightened anti-Asian sentiment and an uptick in hate crimes toward people of Asian descent.
Members of Georgetown’s Board of Directors contributed over $2.4 million in total to political causes in the last six years.
President John DeGioia announced on Dec. 7 the School of Nursing and Health Studies (NHS) will be split into two different schools, the Georgetown School of Nursing (GSN) and the Georgetown School of Health (GSH).
Content Warning: This article discusses sexual assault Update 8:51 pm: Rosemary Kilkenny, vice president of institutional diversity and equity, released an email on behalf of the administration, affirming its commitment to... Read more
Former editor-in-chief of the Voice, Margaret Gach (SFS ’19) sat down with Georgetown University President John DeGioia (COL ’79) to discuss the biggest campus news of the past academic year.... Read more
Union negotiations between the university and the Georgetown Alliance of Graduate Employees (GAGE) are set to enter their eighth week on Monday. The two parties are continuing to explore a... Read more
Panelists looked at the causes of success in social and political movements during a discussion at Georgetown on March 23. Convened by University President John DeGioia, the panel, “What Makes... Read more
As Saturday’s March for Our Lives wound down, Ari Goldstein (COL ’18) waited for a friend to find him at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and 9th Street. Above his... Read more
University officials express continued support for DACA and undocumented students during info session
University officials addressed Georgetown’s continued commitment to and support for undocumented students and their families on March 13. The information session, “DACA: Current State of Play and How Georgetown Community... Read more
Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois (SFS ‘66, L‘69) received the Timothy S. Healy, S.J. Award on Feb. 28 in recognition of his lifelong support of humanitarian causes. University president John... Read more