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Dr. John Howard tells nursing and health studies graduates there's much to learn from the pains in which people suffer.
Dr. John Howard, director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, addresses graduates.
Medical anthropologist Dr. Paul Farmer addressed the Georgetown College Class of 2011 and advised students to stay connected and think critically about the world.
Medical anthropologist Dr. Paul Farmer addresses the nearly 850 graduates of Georgetown College during its May 21 commencement ceremony.
Paula Woods When did things change? I thought we always had graduation during Memorial Day weekend. Guess it's been a long time for me. : 0
Saturday at 4:55pm
Diane Dolan well done, blue and grey.
Saturday at 5:31pm
Recap of the 2011 MSFS awards ceremony
Anthony Clark Arend, director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service program, talks to the graduates during the tropaia ceremony.
Aidas Jonas Banaitis
, Michelle Lynn Thompson
, Rosa Castillo
and 16 others
She was my daughter's professor! How lucky can my daughter get? A lot luckier in SFS I hope.
Saturday at 5:39pm
When You've Lost Hope in Your Government Remember This Quotehttp://t.co/7TkFOj2
Saturday at 11:08pm
Professor Michael C. Jensen of Harvard School of Business talked to Georgetown’s 345 McDonough School of Business’ graduating seniors about integrity and authenticity at their commencement Saturday morning.
George Daly, dean of the McDonough School of Business, addresses graduates during the school's commencement ceremony at Healy Lawn.
Georgetown's Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) commissioned 28 new second lieutenants – nine of who are Georgetown students – during Commencement Weekend.
Maj. Gen. Mary A. Legere addressed The Hoya Battalion during the commissioning ceremony and thanked the graduates for their conviction to serve.
A recap and pictures from the 2011 Senior Convocation
A Georgetown senior carries a flag in the opening procession of the 2011 Senior Convocation. The Class of 2011 represented 58 countries.
Josephus C. Rondon Oh, Venerable Mother! Georgetown FOREVER!
Friday at 9:00am
Saturday at 4:03pm
Pictures from the 2011 Senior Picnic with President DeGioia
Thank you to all who braved the weather and joined the festivities at Smokey Glen Farm yesterday. It was a pleasure to be with you during a very busy week.
By: Georgetown President John J. DeGioia
We will be live webcasting many of the commencement ceremonies taking place this weekend for the class of 2011. Click this link to see the schedule of events (and to view the live webcasts
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For the fifth time, Georgetown has been named to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll!
Georgetown University, which was named to the 2010 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, sponsors more than 100 community service initiatives that involve countless students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Government support for technology research and development must supplement private market research in order to create growth in the economy, Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke said during a May 16 speech at Georgetown.
"Expanded government support for research and development over time could significantly boost economic growth," Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said during the keynote speech at the “New Building Blocks for Jobs and Economic Growth” conference.
The Council for Court Excellence will present Law Center professor Peter Edelman with the Justice Potter Stewart Award May 12.
May 10, 2011 – The Council for Court Excellence will present Law Center professor Peter Edelman with the Justice Potter Stewart Award May 12.
Menelik Birgen Congratulation professor Edelman!
May 10 at 3:18pm
Women's and gender studies scholars Elizabeth Velez and Pamela Fox deconstruct what it means to be a mother.
Elizabeth Velez, left, and Pamela Fox co-teach Cultural Constructions of Motherhood, which examines the perceptions of being a mother in the United States from the 1950s to the present.
Be serious...and how much grant money did they use for that??
May 10 at 4:23am
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Kathleen L. Casey spoke about last year's "Flash Crash" at a McDonough School of Business (MSB) conference May 6.
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commissioner Kathleen L. Casey gave the closing keynote speech at a McDonough School of Business conference, which took place on the anniversary of last year's "Flash Crash."
The president of Costa Rica, Laura Chinchilla Miranda (G’89), Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.) and Harvard medical anthropologist Dr. Paul Farmer are just three of the dignitaries scheduled to speak at Georgetown’s commencement exercises May 19-22.
Laura Chinchilla Miranda (G'89), the first female president of Costa Rica and former vice president under her predecessor Oscar Arias, received her master's degree in public policy from Georgetown in 1989. Photo by AP
Menelik Birgen RSVP.
May 6 at 7:11am
William Licamele cool
Constitutional law scholar Louis Michael Seidman will be in the latest class inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Louis Michael Seidman is one of only seven people selected in the law section of the American Academy of the Arts and one of 212 new members elected this year.