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Dr. Jeffrey Toretsky, a pediatric oncologist and researcher at Georgetown Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center, will be inducted as a National Academy of Inventors (NAI) Fellow... [Read More]
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Two Georgetown students and an alumna are among a group of only 30 students and college graduates selected nationwide for the highly competitive 2018 Rangel... [Read More]
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CCF is a health policy and research center dedicated to expanding and improving health coverage for America's children and families... [Read More]
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Tens of thousands of students have been influenced by Georgetown's signature course, The Problem of God, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. [Read More]
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CCF is a health policy and research center dedicated to expanding and improving health coverage for America's children and families... [Read More]
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This week the Supreme Court hears arguments in the Masterpiece Cakeshop case, in which baker Jack Phillips, sued for sexual orientation discrimination, asserts a First... [Read More]
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Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker Ken Burns comes to campus to share insights about his latest work, The Vietnam War. [Read More]
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Branch Ministries v. Rossotti involved the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) first revocation of a bona fide church's tax-exempt status because of its involvement in politics. ... [Read More]
As you begin to prepare for exams, supplement your assigned readings and review past exams with study aids found in the library. Study aids can... [Read More]
The library now has an all-new set of tutorials on how to set up and use Juris-M (a variant of the Zotero citation manager that... [Read More]
Classics major Annee Lyons' (C'18) wins a 2017 Beincke Scholarship and is considered for other prestigious awards. [Read More]
U.S. Rep. John. Lewis (D-Georgia) joins a panel discussion at Georgetown on "Confronting Racism in our Hearts and in Our Nation" that took place in... [Read More]
Please note items cannot be left unattended for extended periods of time, or overnight, in unassigned carrels or study spaces in an attempt to retain... [Read More]
the water to the library will NOT be shut off Monday night; Plans are now for water to be shut off on the night of... [Read More]
Construction activities related to Capitol Crossing require the city water department to shut off water to the Williams library building from 8:00 p.m.  Monday, 11/6/17  to... [Read More]
U.S. Poet Laureate Tracy K. Smith speaks at the university as part of the "Faith and Culture Lecture Series" sponsored by the Berkley Center for... [Read More]
Cristina Ibarra's (C'17) original play, Landas, was read in Kennedy Center's annual Page-to-Stage New Play Festival, for which theaters across the country are invited to... [Read More]
The triple threat of low grades, gender composition of a major and gender stereotypes are what compel undergraduate women to switch from a STEM (science,... [Read More]
Tuesday, October 17 while IST upgrades all 24 computers with new machines. During this time, please take advantage of the public terminals and printers available... [Read More]
U.S. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden says search engines and ever-changing technology have changed the shape of the traditional library, but the institutions continue to... [Read More]
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