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2 hrs ago | Commentary Magazine

A Righteous Man and the Imperative to Act

Today Georgetown University honored a former professor with a day of events commemorating the centennial of his birth.


6 hrs ago | IOMA

Antitrust Investigations: What Counsel for Pharmaceutical Companies and Medical Devi..

Speaker : Diane E. Bieri, Arnold & Porter LLP; James L. Cooper, Arnold & Porter LLP; Peter J. Levitas, Arnold & Porter LLP In-house counsel for pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers are often called on by business personnel to consider the possible antitrust risks and liability associated with various business strategies.


Related Topix: Healthcare Law, Law, University of Pittsburgh, Washington DC

10 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Students at Kent Place School in Summit partner with Georgetown University

The Ethics Institute at Kent Place School is pleased to announce a partnership with Georgetown University's Kennedy Institute of Ethics to help launch the world's first-ever bioethics Massive Open Online Course .


13 hrs ago | Food Management

Bon Appetit to Operate Georgetown's Planned Student Pub

Georgetown University has selected Bon Appetit Management Co. to operate its yet-to-be-named pub in the new Healey Family Student Center, which is scheduled to open this fall in the New South residence hall, reports the Georgetown Voice.


17 hrs ago | US News & World Report

Denise Brennan Examines America's Labor Trafficking Problem

President Obama called the fight against human trafficking "one of the great human rights causes of our time" and doubled down on efforts, which have been ongoing since 2000, to combat it.


Related Topix: Opinion

21 hrs ago | Triple Pundit

Georgetown University Offers $5 Million Community Energy-Efficiency Prize

In the wake of increasingly grim news on the climate front , and a deadlocked Congress unable to overcome resistance and take action, there is some good news coming out of Washington after all.


Related Topix: Department of Energy

22 hrs ago |

Meet a millennial who wants to be a nun

Consider some of the so-called defining characteristics of the millennial generation - narcissistic, entitled, suspicious of institutions, especially religious ones - and then consider the future that 22-year-old Becca Gutherman sees for herself.


Related Topix: Philadelphia, PA

Wed Apr 23, 2014

Staged Reading of Remember this: Walking with Jan Karski Set for Tonight at Georgetown University

The Davis Performing Arts Center and the Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics at Georgetown University, a joint initiative between the Theater and Performance Studies Program and the School of Foreign Service, are pleased to announce a world premiere staged reading of "Remember This: Walking with Jan Karski," featuring Academy Award ... (more)


Related Topix: Theater, Arts, Documentary Movies, Drama Movies, Biography Movies, Lincoln, Good Night, and Good Luck., History Movies, David Strathairn

Palo Alto Goes Up Against 50+ Towns for $5M Energy Prize

Release from the CITY OF PALO ALTO: Not content to rest on its "green laurels," the City of Palo Alto has taken an important step towards even greater energy efficiency by signaling its intent to compete for the Georgetown University Energy Prize , a national competition that aims to challenge communities across the U.S. to dramatically rethink ... (more)


National Journal

Want to Find a Job? Here's Where You Should Be Looking.

It's no secret: If you want to find a job posting in today's market, you have to look online.


World Magazine

Globe Trot: The president 'pivots' to Asia

JAPAN: President Barack Obama has 'pivoted' to Asia and begun a trip delayed 7 months after the government shutdown.


Related Topix: US Politics, US News, Barack Obama, Purdue University, Terrorism

Local TV Station KTVZ

Enviro Center to seek $5 million 'energy prize'

The Environmental Center in Bend took an important step toward expanding its mission to embed sustainability into daily life Wednesday by signaling its intent to compete for the $5 million Georgetown University Energy Prize .


Related Topix: Bend, OR, Alternative Energy, Renewable Energy (Green Energy), Energy

WBIR-TV Knoxville

Knoxville 10th in nation for new Catholics

The Diocese of Knoxville is one of the smallest in the nation, but it's doing really well when it comes to converting people to Catholicism.


Related Topix: Knoxville, TN, Roman Catholic Church, Religion

US News & World Report

After U.N. IPCC Report, What's Next for Climate Advocates

The latest U.N. report on global warming has already largely faded from the headlines, yet it might serve best as a long-term 'tool' for environmental advocates, experts say.


Related Topix: Environment, Science, Global Warming, Environmental Law, Law, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Duke University

Daily Record

Rockaway teen seeks boost for class

The Rockaway resident took special delight in participating in the New Jersey State Geography Bee, earning a sixth place finish before he was out of his teens.


Related Topix: Rockaway, NJ, Education Etc., Georgetown (Washington, DC), East Hanover, NJ

Insight News

Making strides for preschool

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio ran on a campaign to fund full-day public preschool for all New York City children through a modest increased income tax on residents making more than $500,000 a year.


Related Topix: Andrew Cuomo, US Governors, Education Etc., Tulsa County, OK, Rutgers University

Tue Apr 22, 2014

The Times of Israel

Holocaust whistleblower Jan Karski honored by Georgetown

Jan Karski, a World War II Polish resistance fighter who risked his life to bring firsthand reports of the Holocaust to the Allies, is being remembered and celebrated at Georgetown University in Washington, DC this year, the 100th anniversary of his birth.


Related Topix: Georgetown (Washington, DC), Washington, DC, US Politics, US News, Barack Obama, World News, Poland


ECU Senior Wins National Championship In Boxing

Senior Brandon Knox won the gold medal in his weight class at the United States Intercollegiate Boxing Championships in Miami this month.


MSN Money

Is life insurance necessary?

Government officials are trying to rein in increasingly popular federal programs that forgive some student debt, amid rising concerns over the plans' costs and the possibility they could encourage colleges to push tuition even higher.


Related Topix: US News, US Politics, Barack Obama, George Miller, US House of Representatives, Democrat, Lamar Alexander, US Senate, Republican, Columbia University

Federal Computer Week

Does the big data era demand new rules of the road?

As policymakers wrestle with the emerging science of big data, the White House is expected to issue a report in the coming weeks spearheaded by senior advisor John Podesta that will detail how government and the private sector can take advantage of opportunities while being mindful of privacy risks.


Related Topix: Privacy