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Anne Rosenwald, assistant professor of biology, says scientific research often yields clues for solving part of the puzzle, but it can take some time to piece it all together.
A new building, early hands-on research and new programs are drawing students to the sciences at Georgetown
LGBTQ alumni talk about life on the Hilltop over the decades as Georgetown continues its initiative to respond to the needs of current and future LGBTQ students.
As Georgetown enters a new era of academic competition, financial aid is an even more urgent strategic priority.
Georgetown students to study world regions critical to American interests while serving U.S. federal departments or agencies with national security responsibilities.
A significant contribution in the fight against HIV/AIDS is being made by a group of students working with professors at the School of Nursing and Health Studies
Now enrolling about 140 students a semester, GUROP matches faculty mentors with students to carry out research projects.
The Georgetown University football team finishes its last full week of conditioning work this week before holding its final preseason sessions next week. The season will unofficially kick off on Thursday, July 31 when Head Coach Kevin Kelly and the team's captains - senior Nick Umar (Belle Mead, N.J./Montgomery) and junior Dan Matheny (Fairfax, Va./Paul VI) - represent the team at Patriot League Media Day. Before the final workouts, and before Media Day, junior defensive back Dennis Jackson (Miramar, Fla./Northwestern) provided updated the team's summer journal with a recap of the past week.
In conjunction with the MLL All-Star Game, which was held on July 17th in Denver, Major League Lacrosse (MLL), the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, is offering 37 autographed, limited-edition Chinese Dragon themed jerseys that were worn by the MLL All-Stars during the game. Two of those players were former Georgetown All-Americans Brodie Merrill and Kyle Sweeney.
The Georgetown women's golf team unveiled its Fall 2008 schedule today. The team will compete in five tournaments and will begin its season hosting the NCAA Fall Preview.
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History professor Jo Ann Hoeppner Moran Cruz discusses the history of the Middle Ages and its relevance to current events.
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