Archive: News

  • Shakespeare the thought experimentalist

    Fathali Moghaddam, professor of psychology and recipient of the Provost's 2020 Career Research Achievement Award, bridges the gap between science and literature with a new book that documents the

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  • Computing concrete

    Georgetown computational physics professor Emanuela Del Gado and post-doc Abhay Goyal join colleagues to delve into the ionic structure of amorphous materials in a new article in Science Adva

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  • Georgetown team wins mask innovation award

    A team led by physics Professor Kai Liu is one of ten winners of the Barda-Niosh Mask Innovation Challenge, for their work in developing and adopting light-as-a-feather nano-technology for use in

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  • Dependable Dolphins

    Georgetown Biology and Psychology Professor Janet Mann has new research documenting the stability of personality traits of our marine cousins.

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  • New book examines the politics of nuclear weapons

    SFS Assistant Professor Toshihiro Higuchi has been awarded the 2021 Michael H. Hunt Prize in International History for his book Political Fallout: Nuclear weapons testing and the making of a glob

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  • Pulitzer Prize goes to Chatelain

    Recently we reported that Georgetown History Professor Marcia Chatelain had won the 2021 Lawrence W. Levine Award and the 2021 Hagley Prize in Business History for her book Franchise: The Golden

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  • Staying connected across generations

    We're all a bit tired of delivering our classes over Zoom, and of having meetings with a screenful of faces, but video chat technology has allowed grandparents and their grandchildren to stay con

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  • Noise matters: faculty member honored for contribution to modeling the economic impacts of climate change

    Assistant Professor Raphael Calel of the McCourt School of Public Policy has shared the 2021 Lloyd's Science of Risk prize for his work, published in Nature Communications, incorporating the unce

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  • Climate and conflict

    A new book by Marwa Daoudy, associate professor of International Relations in SFS, has been selected for the Harold and Margaret Sprout Award, for the best book addressing international environme

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  • Chatelain honored, twice

    Marcia Chatelain, Professor of History, has been awarded both the 2021 Lawrence W. Levine Award and the 2021 Hagley Prize in Business History for her book Franchise: The Golden Arches in Black Am

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