News releases from Georgetown University
Higher Education Can Help Protect Democracy from Authoritarianism, Says New Georgetown University Report
September 22, 2020
Liberal arts majors are less inclined to express authoritarian preferences and attitudes than majors in business-related fields and STEM disciplines
Median ROI of Liberal Arts Colleges Nearly $200,000 Higher Than the Median for All Colleges, New Georgetown University Report Says
January 14, 2020
Students from the 47 most selective liberal arts institutions see 40-year financial returns of $1.13 million.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Grant Will Support Incarcerated Individuals in Pursuing Bachelor's Degrees
Georgetown's School of Foreign Service Celebrates 100 Years of Educating Global Leaders
November 12, 2019
Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service Centennial Celebrations will feature notable members of the Georgetown Community including President Bill Clinton, Sec. of State Madeleine...
The Sport at the Service of Humanity Conference is a gathering bringing together leaders in athletics, education, faith communities and youth sports to discuss the power of sport to effect positive...
White Workers Are More Likely Than Black or Latino Workers to Have a Good Job at Every Level of Educational Attainment, Says New Georgetown University Report
October 17, 2019
More Than Half of Students at America's Top Colleges Would Not Have Been Admitted If Only SAT Scores Were Considered, New Georgetown Report Says
June 23, 2019
Student bodies at top colleges would become more White and slightly more affluent if only students with the highest SAT scores were admitted
The Manufacturing Labor Force Is Upskilling and Downsizing, Says New Georgetown University Report
June 13, 2019
Seven million manufacturing jobs were shed between 1979 and 2017, and workers with postsecondary education now comprise 56% of the manufacturing workforce.
Affluent Children with Low Test Scores Are More Likely to Be Affluent Adults at Age 25 than Poor Children with High Test Scores, Says New Georgetown University Report
May 15, 2019
As early as kindergarten, racial and ethnic factors have given equally talented Whites and Asians environmental advantages over Blacks and Latinos.
Thirteen Percent of Americans Find Men Better Suited Emotionally than Most Women for Political Office, Says New Analysis from Georgetown University
April 15, 2019
Putin’s World by Angela Stent – “Must Read” on Russia’s Motives and Actions – Wins First Book Award from Fletcher School at Tufts University
April 15, 2019
PUTIN'S WORLD by Angela Stent Wins First Annual Book Award from Fletcher School at Tufts University
April 02, 2019
White Students are Overrepresented at Elite Public Colleges while Black and Latino Students Enroll in Underfunded Open-Access Public Colleges, Says Georgetown University
November 12, 2018
The gap in student spending has been growing between selective and open-access public colleges, exacerbating racial differences in bachelor's degree attainment rates
16 Million Workers Find Good Jobs with Middle-Skills Preparation, Says Georgetown University Report
October 15, 2018
There are also 13 million good jobs for those with a high school diploma or less and 36 million good jobs for workers with BAs
Georgetown Security and Software Engineering Research Center Tests Cloud Browser Security for Enterprise IT Networks
March 07, 2018
S2ERC released results from its Productive Browser Project that shines new light on the importance of security in the enterprise IT browser space.
Georgetown University Introduces Master's in Technology Management Program in a New Online Format
June 18, 2014
Georgetown University Launches Inaugural Class for the Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Online Program
June 05, 2014
Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business Introduces New Master of Science in Finance (MSF) Program
June 20, 2013
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