If you are a graduate student preparing to submit a thesis, dissertation, or doctoral project, the Library has several resources available to help you navigate the process.
- Effective January 1, the Library has signed contracts giving students, staff, and faculty on all Georgetown campuses free access to the websites of the New York Times and the Washington Post.
- Your skills can blast off at the Library this year. Library experts will teach dozens of workshops on research skills, digital scholarship, maker skills, career development, and more this semester.
- Archivists have identified a historically significant photograph of Louisa Mahoney Mason, a woman who escaped the 1838 sale of individuals enslaved by the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus, in the Georgetown Special Collections.
- Business development can be a powerful tool for transforming communities in positive ways. Hoyas who are interested in social entrepreneurship—the creation of businesses or nonprofits that find and implement effective solutions to challenges in society—will get a head start on bringing their ideas to life in a new workshop series.
- After more than two years of planning, the Woodstock Library space is now closed. All titles previously housed in Woodstock Library remain available to the Georgetown University community and visiting scholars.
- The Fall 2022 cohort includes 48 theses and dissertations from 21 academic departments.
- Watering Whole, It's a Great Camp for us All, and Salim Adobe: Building Collective Leadership received honors in this semester's Showcase.
- Join us to devour a good book—literally!
- The Legacy version of RefWorks will be discontinued July 30, but it's easy to update your account to maintain access to your references.
- A new exhibition on display in Lauinger Library depicts life in the wounded city of Baghdad 20 years after the U.S. Invasion in 2003 and in the wake of decades of war.
- A new tool will help researchers explore records of almost 400 years of Jesuit life in the Mid-Atlantic region, including Jesuit slaveholding and Georgetown’s relationship to the slave trade.
- The Library’s Technical Services Department is collaborating with colleagues at other local university libraries on a project to ensure that library resources can continue to be found as our language evolves.
- Jon Turteltaub, director of Hollywood blockbusters including National Treasure, Cool Runnings, While You Were Sleeping, and The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, spoke with Georgetown President John J. DeGioia on Feb. 27 at Georgetown University Library’s 2023 Tanous Family Endowed Lecture in Gaston Hall.