Post Tagged with: "community engagement"

MONTGOMERY: Campus Engagement Drives Personal Growth

MONTGOMERY: Campus Engagement Drives Personal Growth

While everyone has a different path, the Georgetown University experience offers much to those willing to engage with extracurricular activities. Whether through organizations, campaigns or social groups, Georgetown provides myriad opportunities for students to act on their interests and find those with similar priorities. A variety of these on-campus extracurriculars[Read More…]

by May 18, 2018 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top

ROSNER: A Call for Social Spaces

Imagine if the Leavey Esplanade had a beer garden. Students over the age of 21 would gather outside of Uncommon Grounds for a pint while listening to live music, finally enjoying the long-awaited solution that has plagued Georgetown University students for too long — a lack of purely social space on[Read More…]

by March 20, 2018 4 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top
Q&A: Murphy Fills New Role

Q&A: Murphy Fills New Role

Chris Murphy (GRD ’98) assumed the role of Georgetown’s first vice president for government relations and community engagement Aug. 10, filling a new position created within the Office of Federal Relations. Murphy’s past career experiences include working for President Barack Obama’s administration in the Department of Housing and Urban Development,[Read More…]

by September 15, 2015 0 comments Campus News, City News, News
Murphy Heads Community, Federal Office

Murphy Heads Community, Federal Office

Chris Murphy (GRD ’98) will serve as Georgetown’s first vice president for government relations and community engagement, a new position created to coordinate the university’s engagement with community groups and the local, city and federal government. Previously, the Office of Community Engagement was a part of the Office of Public[Read More…]

by September 4, 2015 0 comments Campus News, News, News - Top
Engaging the Wrong Community

Engaging the Wrong Community

The number of complaints we’ve heard about Counseling and Psychiatric Services is unacceptable. With mental health at the forefront of national dialogue, it is no wonder that students have penned op-ed after op-ed after op-ed decrying what they perceive as CAPS’ failure to provide adequate treatment. While we urgently need to improve CAPS (and student government is trying),[Read More…]