Associate Professor Lisa Singh and Associate Dean Helen Karn are hosting a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) workshop. Their goal is to help teachers across Washington, DC, find ways to use the innovative Raspberry Pi in class.
Later this month, public health activist Nina Martinez (C’05) will celebrate her 30th birthday. Although she has been living with HIV since she was six weeks old, she is “writing the book on how long life can be” for a person who is HIV-positive.
A graduating senior and Baker scholar, Albert Eisenberg (C’13) leaves Georgetown with “formative” experiences and ambitious career goals. He has found cultural acceptance on the Hilltop, as well as the business savvy to found his own company.
“On the Move: Migration, Labor, and Rights” is not a typical anthropology course. Taught by Associate Professor Denise Brennan, it asks students to not only engage with reading material, but to also make advocacy a part of their daily lives.
For Rashawn Davis (C’14), a major in government is not enough. In the midst of a campaign for city council in the west ward of his native Newark, New Jersey, Davis is working to build a career in it, too, aided by his friends and family.
In her first documentary, “Locating U,” aspiring filmmaker Kylé Pienaar (C’12) takes an ethnographic look at the history of U Street, a DC neighborhood with a vibrant Ethiopian population. Raised in South Africa, she came to the U.S. in 2008 to attend Georgetown.