In an article for The Hill, Mark Dybul and Deus Bazira from Center for Global Health Practice and Impact explain why we must start preparing now for a future that could include the reappearance of COVID-19 or other threats.
Georgetown psychology professors Abigail Marsh and Andrea Bonior offer tips for coping with the uncertainty of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Now that more employees are required to work remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Professor Brooks Holtom, who specializes in how organizations acquire, develop, and retain social capital, provides some tips on how to telework effectively.
Researchers from the Georgetown Center for Security and Emerging Technology are helping create an online repository for COVID-19 information.
Faculty from the Walsh School of Foreign Service discuss how they responded to the initial stages of the COVID-19 outbreak. They explain how they drew upon information from Ebola responses in West Africa to make policy suggestions to NGOs.
The German Department in conjunction with the MLK Initiative will organize a department-wide celebration in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr's trip to Berlin in 1964.
Jennifer Crewalk is Georgetown's new associate director for undocumented students. She aims to create a supportive community on campus.
Colombian journalist and reporter Vanessa de la Torre (G'11) returned to Georgetown for a conversation with Fr. Matthew Carnes, S.J., about her first book, Love Stories in War Fields.
In honor of Jesuit Heritage Month, Akintunde E. Akinade reflects on teaching religion at a Jesuit institution in a predominantly Muslim country.