Articles tagged: Diversity requirement


Old legacies, new approaches: Reworked diversity requirement to take effect next year

What does it mean to receive an education from Georgetown, not despite but given the school’s history? A new one-credit seminar titled Race, Power, and Justice at Georgetown tries to... Read more


“Pathways to Social Justice” announced to replace “Engaging Diversity” core requirement

Georgetown University will replace its “Engaging Diversity” core curriculum requirement with “Pathways to Social Justice” beginning with the Class of 2027, GUSA announced in its biweekly newsletter for student feedback on March 2.


Donors, Deans, and Diversity: Behind the scenes of an evolving SFS curriculum

Student efforts around academics have shifted to establishing more diverse curricula, deepening regional studies, rethinking diversity requirements, and hiring faculty of color.


Is it enough? Georgetown’s diversity requirement comes under scrutiny

Representatives from academic councils and student groups have worked to compile research on what a revamped requirement could look like. 

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Georgetown Explained: Latinx Studies

This article is part of a series of explainer pieces by the Voice on some of the most important topics on campus. Other articles in the series can be found... Read more


Panel discusses diversity requirement for incoming class

On April 25, GUSA hosted a town hall meeting in the Great Room of the Healy Family Student Center to discuss Georgetown’s new “Engaging Differences” core requirement, which will mandate... Read more


Students stage sit in to support ‘Engaging Differences/Diversity’ curriculum proposal

A group of over 50 students gathered for a sit-in outside of university President John J. DeGioia’s office on April 10 to present a petition expressing support for the “Engaging... Read more


The Final Push: An ongoing struggle for an academic diversity requirement

On Feb. 7, 2000, 300 students stood crowded together in Red Square. They gathered together in the cold, listening to the voices of their fellow students echoing through the square.... Read more