Do you need specialized software for your classes or projects? Don’t buy it yourself—use it at the Library!
During Black History Month, the Library invites you to check out some of the incredible titles in our collection written by black women authors.
We all have muses who inspire our creative side. But what makes us create and innovate? How do we find that ‘Aha’ moment? Visit the Library’s newest exhibition opening on February 25 to explore how creatives throughout history have generated original ideas.
Have you read En Attendant Godot (Waiting for Godot) or seen it performed? The Booth Family Center for Special Collections recently received a gift of three letters, handwritten by Samuel Beckett, the Nobel Prize-winning author of that play and others.
In celebration of President’s Day, the Georgetown University Archives is looking back on Presidential visits to the Hilltop!
Join the Library on March 19 for Funding for the Arts & Humanities – A Workshop with The National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for Humanities to get key tips and resources on successful grant proposals and grant management.
Join the Library, the Writing Center, and the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences for Georgetown’s second annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition!
Graduate students, are you interested in learning more about digital methods and tools for research? Come to the Digital Scholarship Sampler which takes place over Spring Break!