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Georgetown Students Help Bridge Gap Between Food Insecurity and Waste Goldwater Recipient Focuses on Protein Research to Improve Disease Treatment Lydia Good (C’21), a biochemistry major and mathematics minor, receives the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship, which she will use to continue her research in protein structure and function.
In the 2017-2018 academic year, 41 students earned a master's degree in applied economics from Georgetown. About 44% of these graduates were women and the other 56% were men. The following table and chart show the ethnic background for students who recently graduated from Georgetown University with a master's in applied economics.
Georgetown Graduate Teaching Assistant Award in Humanities, Arabic (2014) Nicholas joined the PhD program in 2013. He received his MA in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (Arabic) from the Ohio State University in 2013 and his BA in Linguistics and Arabic from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2011.
Economics graduate student Rich Johnson (G’18) sought out an independent research project on deterring agent theory — a way of determining the value of measures that decrease risk — alongside Professor George Akerlof. Category: News Story Tags: Economics, Faculty, Graduate Student, Research, Student.
Professor, Department of Economics, Georgetown University Research Interest: Garance Genicot is an economist who studies key issues in development economics such as aspirations, informal credit and insurance markets, intra-household bargaining, social networks and inequality.
Vladimir Mukharlyamov is an Assistant Professor of Finance at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. An empirical corporate finance researcher, he uses novel datasets to study firm strategy and performance. He has done so in different settings including venture capital and private equity, banking, and retail. Dr.
The department’s graduate program in international relations prepares students for successful careers by introducing them to cutting-edge research across the field and training them to be productive and professional scholars. Our faculty members have produced award-winning research in the most selective journals—including the American Political Science Review, Foreign Affairs.