Biology and psychology professor's research inspires children's book. Georgetown announces Dionne Warwick as the performer for the 2014 MLK Day event at the Kennedy Center. President John J. DeGioia launches a new university initiative that explores the future of higher education at Georgetown. Email not displaying correctly?
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Award-Winning 'Shark Bay' Children’s Book Inspired by Professor's Dolphin Research


An award-winning children's book, The Dolphins of Shark Bay (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2013) uses Georgetown professor Janet Mann’s extensive research on bottlenose dolphins as its inspiration.Read more.

MLK Concert Features Dionne Warwick

Dionne Warwick will perform on Jan. 20 as the featured artist during the Georgetown and Kennedy Center for Performing Arts' Washington D.C., tribute to the life and legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Read more.

Georgetown Releases Holiday Album

Georgetown’s performing arts department and the president's office will celebrate the Christmas season with the release of a new album on Dec. 9 that features the university’s a cappella student groups. Read more.

New Higher Ed Initiative Launched

Georgetown President John J. DeGioia says the public good universities provide could falll victim to social and technological change during the launch of a university initiative to explore innovative education delivery. Read more.

Annual Children's Holiday Party and Tree Lighting: The Office of the President presents its annual holiday party for the children of faculty and staff Dec. 6 at 4 p.m. in 207 Healy Hall. The tree lighting festivities will begin at 5 p.m. in Dahlgren Quadrangle.
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