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13 Aug 2009 - 17 Mar 2010
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Science and Human Values Lecture Series
Third Lecture - Friday, December 11, 2009
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Denise Li Joins Georgetown University's School of Continuing Studies as the New Associate Dean for the MPS Journalism Program
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Out of the Army Now
Shahriar Chowdhury bid the military adieu to try his luck as a financial planner
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The sixth annual Sports Events Marketing Experience (SEME) hosted a sold-out crowd at Nationals Park
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Those Who Can Do, Teach
Successful writer Peter Manseau guides and inspires students in the MPS in Journalism program
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A Recipe for Success
Seon Wilburg's plans for a successful career in medicine include a foundation in the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Program
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Sports Industry Management Program and Washington Capitals Partner to Create Fellowship Program for Students
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"I Want to Revolutionize the Industry"
Graduate students Ian Stanley, Beth Thrower, Alexandra Echevarria, Jeron Smith, and Chris Cunanan explain their passion for the program and the industry.
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MPS in Real Estate Candidate Jacintha Tabalujan Receives LEED Accreditation
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From the Boardroom to the Classroom
Bill Kraus, senior vice president of marketing for Under Armour, brings lessons to life for students
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SCS and PGCC Partner to Increase Student Access to Liberal Studies Bachelor's Degree Program
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Renters Get Help With Housing From MPS PR/CC Student
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Georgetown University Receives Scholarship Grant for Journalism Students
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A Teacher from the Arena
The Washington Post reports on George McPhee, Washington Capitals' General Manager and instructor in the Georgetown Master of Professional Studies in Sports Industry Management program.
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MPS Sports Industry Management Faculty Named in Sports Business Daily
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SCS Adds Program in Sports Industry Management
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Georgetown President Named Washingtonian of the Year
President John J. DeGioia has been named one of Washingtonian magazine's Washingtonians of the Year for 2008. The magazine highlighted Georgetown's Meyers Institute for College Preparation as an example of DeGioia's commitment to community engagement.
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The Myth of a "Post-Racial" America: A Global Perspective
Christopher Metzler, Master of Professional Studies in Human Resource Management associate dean and author of the recent book, "The Construction and Rearticulation of Race in a 'Post-Racial' America, writes an article in Diverse Magazine. Some will argue
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Ahead of the Curve - SCS' HR Diversity Degree First in Country
The School of Continuing Studies is aiming to prepare its students for new business realities with a master's in human resources that includes a track in diversity and inclusion management. The track is the first of its kind in the United States.
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Peter Manseau, MPS Journalism faculty member, wins National Jewish Book Award
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Standing Up for Truth
Moment Magazine reports on the Master of Professional Studies in Journalism's Pearl Project. Two years after the launch of this investigative program to discover those responsible for and the reason(s) behind the kidnapping and death of Wall Street Journ
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Better Way to Give at the Office
Melissa McCabe, student in the Master of Professional Studies in Public Relations/Corporate Communications degree program and Cause Consultant for the Center for Social Impact Communication, speaks about workplace philanthropy and why the best time to giv
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Attack Hoax Puts Race Back in Mix
Christopher Metzler, associate dean of the Master of Professional Studies in Human Resources Management program and author of the recent book, "The Construction and Rearticulation of Race in a 'Post-Racial America', is quoted in this Washington Times arti
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A Course with a Cause
Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communications (CSIC) recently announced a partnership with seven nonprofit organizations which will be participating in the Cause Consulting: Strategic Communications course offered by CSIC.
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Project Pearl: The Bravest Class in Town
MPS Journalism's The Pearl Project is featured in Marie Claire Magazine. Will this dogged group of college students at Georgetown solve the grisly murder of Daniel Pearl before the FBI does?
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Congratulations! "Best Practices in Teaching of Information Gathering Competition"
Georgetown MPS Journalism associate dean, Barbara Feinman Todd, and Asra Nomani, author and Georgetown journalism professor, won first place in the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication's Best Practices in Teaching of Information Ga
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Serving Those Who Serve
June 5-6, 2008
Georgetown hosted a two-day conference for the American Council on Education which united senators, student veterans, local and national university presidents and other education leaders, to discuss and explore ways in which educational ins
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Georgetown Hosted 45th Annual Institute on Sacred Scripture
June 16-20, 2008
Topics from both the Old and New Testaments were the subject of presentations by a distinguished faculty of biblical scholars. Participants increased their understanding of the Bible and its continued relevance to modern life.
Asra Appears on NPR's Tell Me More (January 24, 2008)
Listen to Asra Nomani, Georgetown visiting scholar in the Practice of Journalism, on NPR's Tell Me More. She discusses the Pearl Project, a seminar she leads investigating the murder of her friend and Wall Street Journal-colleague, Daniel Pearl, and the a
MPS Journalism Professor Appears on NPR's The Diane Rehm Show (January 3, 2008)
Listen to Garrett Graff, adjunct professor in the Practice of Journalism, editor at large at Washingtonian magazine, and founding editor of the blog FishbowlDC.com discuss his new book, "The First Campaign: Globalization, The Web, and the Race for the Whi
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