Roxanne Mirabel-Beltran, assistant professor of professional nursing practice at Georgetown University School of Nursing, shares how her connections with Spanish-speaking women at laundromats broadened her research and influenced her plans to develop a health educational intervention.
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Founded in 1870, Georgetown Law offers Juris Doctor, Master of Laws, Doctor of Juridical Science, and non-degree programs in the legal field.
The Department of African American Studies offers undergraduate major and minor opportunities in which students examine the experiences and contributions of people of the African diaspora in the United States and globally.
The American Studies Program in the College of Arts & Sciences is an interdisciplinary major that explores the evolution of American society from European colony to the present with a special focus on the intellectual and cultural dimensions of the…