Georgetown is home to a vibrant community of accomplished students, distinguished faculty members and committed professional staff. Together, we use different methods of innovative teaching, including dialog and new technology, to realize our passion for learning across disciplines, campuses and continents. Academics at Georgetown is heavily influenced by our Jesuit tradition
of educating the whole person.
Georgetown's nine schools
offer a wide variety of intellectually rigorous programs designed to prepare students for many disparate careers and guide them toward their intellectual and professional goals.
Our schools offer undergraduate and graduate degrees, including the liberal arts, sciences, international relations, law, medicine, business administration and public policy degrees, and a growing number of specialized certificates and continuing education programs.
Biology professor Heidi Elmendorf is honored as the 2014 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s District Of Columbia Professor of the Year for her excellence in innovative teaching.
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